As members of some of rock's biggest acts, they've lived the "rockstar" lifestyle. Now this hard-hitting collective of rockers, who count stints with Judas Priest, Alice Cooper, Ozzy Osbourne, the Scorpions and Guns N' Roses on their resumes, will go under the moniker Rockstar for their upcoming tour of Russia.
Rob Zombie is set to have a monster year in 2013. The multi-talented artist will be releasing his latest film, 'The Lords of Salem,' on April 19, with the soundtrack for the movie dropping on April 16. Additionally, Zombie's fifth solo album, 'Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor,' will become available on April 23, and amidst all the excitement, Zombie recently decided to tell a fascinating story about smoking crack with heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne and late R&B star Rick James.
After weeks of continuous media scrutiny, there is now a new pope as Buenos Aires Cardinal Jorge Bergogolio has taken the title, going under the moniker Pope Francis I.
The next Round 1 matchup in the Headbanger Region of March Metal Madness 2013 consists of two '80s albums that caused metalheads to double-take upon hearing them for the first time, and the classic tracks showcased within the discs are still mainstays on many fan's personal playlists. Does either have the merit to be voted the best metal album ever?
When it comes to '80s hard rock ballads, it would be hard to beat the Ozzy Osbourne-Lita Ford duet on 'Close My Eyes Forever.' The song became a major hit for both and really helped boost Ford's career in the late '80s. This heartfelt song was penned by the pair after a night out partying when inspiration struck. The track speaks to the deep emotions of trying to capture an elusive love.
There is plenty of anticipation for Device's debut album, especially given the star-studded lineup of guests that appear on the disc alongside David Draiman. The vocalist spoke to Revolver about one of his favorite collaborations -- a duet cover with Lzzy Hale on the Ozzy Osbourne / Lita Ford classic 'Close My Eyes Forever' -- and shared why the Halestorm vocalist was the right woman for the track.
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne were recently the victims of a fire at their Beverly Hills home after forgetting to put out a candle before going to bed, but according to new sources, the 'Prince of Darkness' and his wife were not the only ones affected by the blaze. Pop singer Jessica Simpson was reportedly interested in buying the Osbourne's house for $12 million, but since the fire, Simpson apparently has reconsidered.