Due in part to the production skills of Rubin, Slayer had been able to synthesise the first five years of...
Metallica are progressing with their new album, posting an Instagram photo of bassist Robert Trujillo playing in front of a mixing desk.
Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow have a wealth of newly-reissued material on the way soon, both on vinyl and in a lavish CD box set.
Paul Stanley of Kiss is the interview guest on the latest edition of Train frontman Pat Monahan’s regular ‘Patcast.’ Listen to it here.
Foo Fighters hosted a star-studded tribute to Dave Grohl on Saturday night (10) in a star-studded show at the Forum in Los Angeles.
Kiss have announced that they will perform the whole of their live 1975 album ‘Alive!’ during their fifth cruise trip, Kiss Kruise V, next autumn.
Rock giants Megadeth have been split in two, with the news that guitarist Chris Broderick and Shawn Drover have both amicably quit the group.
The rise to rock supremacy of Guns N’ Roses is to be the inspiration for a biopic.
In 1981, the four-track 'Jealous Lover' release qualified for Billboard's LP countdown.
Rainbow was formed in 1975 by former Deep Purple guitarist Ritchie Blackmore: before that, Blackmore was in the Outlaws & worked with Screaming Lord Sutch.
Black Sabbath's Ozzy Osbourne has told Metal Hammer there'll be one more Sabbath album and tour, possibly with Rick Rubin again producing.
Metallica and Taylor Swift have both been confirmed for the bill of the first ‘Rock In Rio’ festival to take place in the US next May.
Scott Ian, founding member of hard rock staples Anthrax, will have his ‘Swearing Words In Glasgow’ DVD released by Caroline International on November 10.
Bruce Dickinson joined Iron Maiden in late 1981, he played his first gig with the band in Italy after driving 36 hours in a van to get there.
Megadeth were already seven loud, proud years into their album life by the time they pressed the button on ‘Countdown To Extinction,’ released 22 years ago.
Ozzy Osbourne has responded to a campaign to make him a knight by telling Time Out magazine that he can't imagine anything better than becoming Sir Ozzy.