With a new creative foil and a fresh focus, ‘The Pale Emperor’ found Marilyn Manson turning his mirror on himself...
Lovers of Motörhead frontman Lemmy will be coming together on Saturday (9 January), when his funeral in Hollywood will be live streamed on YouTube.
After the death of Motörhead frontman Lemmy on 28 December, their 1980 hit 'Ace Of Spades' could be heading for the top ten.
The former member of Hawkwind and Motörhead passed away 28 December 2015. Lemmy Kilmister RIP
It's our sad duty to report the death of Scott Weiland, formerly of Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver, at the age of just 48.
Arguably Rainbow's most polished, accessible and consummate record, Difficult To Cure climbed into the UK Top 10 in 1981.
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.
uDiscover have an exclusive stream of Anthrax's ‘Metal Thrashing Mad', which was recorded at Tokyo’s Sun Plaza in 1987...
The death has been announced of Phil Taylor, or 'Philthy Animal' as he was nicknamed by admirers of the drummer in the early line-up of Motörhead.
A playlist of the greatest Top 40 metal tracks released by The Big Four: thrash metal legends Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer and Anthrax.
German rock heroes Scorpions today (6 November) release eight original albums and as a limited, numbered Super Deluxe box set, all with rare material.
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.
A defining band of industrial music, Rammstein release their stunning 14-LP collection, XXI, on 4 December.
Canadian prog legends Rush have announced the release of R40 Live: a stunning, career-spanning live retrospective that captures the band at their finest.
uDiscover's review of Eagles Of Death Metal's blistering 'Zipper Down'.