Furious yet thought-provoking, Prophets Of Rage’s debut album took no prisoners, offering a shot of adrenaline for the body politic...
‘The Last In Line’ remains one of the great metal albums of the 80s, proving that Dio were capable of muscle, flash, and a subtler, more reflective side.
'Empire' had several radio-ready singles, but the songs on this breakthrough album feature plenty of unconventional flourishes.
'Operation: Mindcrime' was a concept album that shattered metal boundaries and landed Queensrÿche in a realm previously dominated by Pink Floyd and Rush.
The rock of Deep Purple, drummer and co-founder Ian Paice, was born in Nottingham, England on June 29, 1948.
'No Sleep Till Hammersmith' became a classic live rock album, with a title that passed into the musical lexicon.
The rising metal act's fourth album, 'Conquering' will be released by Spinefarm Records on September 17.
Having established himself as a hardcore punk agitator with Misfits, Danzig's uncompromising vision lead him to heavy metal and the iconic group Danzig.
Halfin is one of the world's leading photographers and has been working with Metallica since 1984.
Both titles will be available through Metallica's own Blackened Recordings from September 10.
On June 19, 1987, G N' R joined the distinguished list of artists who cut their teeth internationally at London’s famous Marquee.
The physical edition of ‘Dark Nights: Death Metal Soundtrack’ drops July 16.
‘Sevas Tra’ is a hurricane of a musical poem, sung-screamed-growled by one of the most gut-punching vocalists in metal.
The enigmatic alt-metal outfit have also shared new single, ‘Alkaline’.
Described as their "fiercest, heaviest" record yet, the new album will be out on Spinfarm/Search & Destroy on October 22.
Other bands set to appear include Deftones, HEALTH, Faith No More, and more.