Wolfmother return with another howl from the rock’n’roll depths. Released on 19 February 2016, Victorious was recorded in record time.
As one of the Big Four of thrash, Anthrax helped usher in a style of metal that not only dominated throughout the 80s, but lay the template for metal to come.
Creed's With Arms Wide Open is an essential, career-defining compilation of the post-grunge band's finest moments and much-sought rarities.
The BBC sought to poll their listeners to celebrate the greatest jazz artists ever. Based on a shortlist from jazz presenters, here's the result.
A playlist of the greatest Top 40 metal tracks released by The Big Four: thrash metal legends Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer and Anthrax.
Mike Oldfield reissues Discovery and The Killing Fields on 29 January 2016, along with a brand-new mix, The 1984 Suite.
Bohemian Rhapsody was released on 31 October 1975, becoming an instant classic, topping the UK charts and capturing Queen at their most ambitious.
The How Did We End Up Here? (Live At Wembley Arena) DVD captures 5 Seconds Of Summer on their first headlining tour during a sell-out show in London.
Elvis Costello's Unfaithful Music And Soundtrack Album presents nearly 40 years' worth of restless pursuit.
Hollywood Vampires stand not only as a tribute to fallen brethren, but to a rock'n'roll lifestyle that seems to fade with each new decade.
The temporary BBC Radio station is in conjunction with Jazz FM and is to support the EFG London Jazz Festival.
The 14-CD MGM Years box set is an essential Roy Orbison collection focusing on the most prolific period of his career.
Placebo released their landmark MTV Unplugged performance on 27 November, capturing the band as fans have never heard – or even seen – them before.
In Back To The Future Part II, Marty McFly time-travelled to 21 October 2015. We've recreated its soundtrack to ask: has it dated?
Anthrax’s second album, Spreading The Disease, remains one of the cornerstones in not only the band’s history, but the birth of thrash metal in the 80s.