In Part 1 of this double-feature, we start getting into the band's early stages and their incredible rise to success.
Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?
Doyle clears up how he became a member of the Misfits, exactly how much of the Misfits' material singer Glenn Danzig wrote and much more.
Jeremy Spencer speaks about his artistic family, opening for Pantera at age 17, staying at one of Saddam Hussein's palaces and much more.
In this very honest retrospective on the life of Slash, we prove once and for all what is true and false on the musician's various Wikipedia pages.
In this week's edition of 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?' we've got Linkin Park DJ and music video specialist Joe Hahn!
Yoshiki speaks about turning to rock music after his father's suicide, the beginnings of X Japan, utilizing music for medical advancements and much more.
Buckcherry guitarist Keith Nelson and vocalist Josh Todd graciously agreed to sit down for a game of 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?' with Loudwire.
The band sets the record straight on their relationship with Nickelback's Chad Kroeger, basing their track 'Bitch Came Back' off a children's song + much more.
Blitz sets the record straight on how he got his nickname, the beginnings of Overkill, a failed terrorist attack that almost canceled a NYC gig and much more.
Buzz speaks about the Melvins' beginnings, firing Nirvana's Kurt Cobain from the 'Houdini' recording sessions and more.