Scientists Cristina Rheims has also named South American arachnids after Iron Maiden, Scorpions and Angra.
American alternative rockers Switchfoot have landed their fourth US top ten album, and third in a row, with the Vanguard set Where The Light Shines Through.
George Harrison’s first solo tour following the breakup of The Beatles began in November 1974, prior to the release of his fifth studio album, Dark Horse.
World-famous amplifier company Marshall, whose name is synonymous with live rock, is to launch its own Marshall Records.
uDiscover reviews the tenth anniversary performance of Cirque du Soleil's Beatles' show Love last night (Thursday) in Las Vegas.
David Brent releases his debut album, ‘Life On The Road’, on 19 August, coinciding with the theatrical release of the film, starring Ricky Gervais.
George Harrison’s eagerly anticipated fourth solo album, Living in A Material World, is both introspective and deeply spiritual in nature.
Psychedelically anti-psychedelic, Frank Zappa forged an inimitable path in the 60s, with a series of albums that laid the template for a fearless career.
20 July, 2016 has been declared Motörhead Day in London, in celebration of the much-loved hard rock band.
On Friday, 15 July, Tax The Heat will perform at Big Red, on London’s Holloway Road, as part of the celebrations leading up to 2016’s Ramblin’ Man Fair.
Soundgarden's second album, 1989's Louder Than Love, is coming back to vinyl, as is a 20th anniversary double LP edition of their Down On The Upside set.
An innovation of the psychedelic era, putting backwards messages into songs became de rigueur for metal acts in the 80s. But which of these really existed?
Grammy-winning bassist Rob Wasserman, who worked with Brian Wilson, Van Morrison, Elvis Costello and many others, has died at the age of 64.
The Verve’s first two incendiary albums, ‘A Storm In Heaven’ and ‘A Northern Soul’, are being reissued as 3CD deluxe edition box sets on 9 September.
Van Morrison has confirmed the late September release of Keeps Me Singing, his first album of new material since Born To Sing: No Plan B in 2012.
As June turned to July in 1979, the second Dire Straits album Communique reached a No. 5 peak in the UK and became the third-highest new entry in the US.