Speaking about the much-acclaimed track, director Joern Heitman said: “It’s Eurotrash meets metal."
In an interview with uDiscover Music, Geddy Lee talks about his ‘Big Beautiful Book Of Bass’ and the musical heroes he’d loved to have played with.
Over the course of his career, Muddy Waters was one of the catalysts for a rock'n'roll revolution, uDiscover talks with his daughter about his influence.
From being “reviled” by punks to filling stadiums around the world, Stewart Copeland reveals why The Police are “a Prada suit made out of barbed wire”.
The superstar trio will again be the show's judging panel in 2019, alongside host Ryan Seacrest.
"To let his musical accomplishments, fade or diminish even slightly would be a grave mistake. He was and is, a master of the music."
The new film allows fans to go behind the scenes to discover more about the making of the video for the duo's global smash hit.
Of the band's new stage design, Paul Stanley said. "If the tour is anything like this stage, it's totally sweet. We always try to raise the bar."
Metal icon Dave Mustaine reflects on 35 years of Megadeth and the new anthology honouring his legacy, ‘Warheads On Foreheads’.
Drummer Hal Blaine, songwriter and producer Jerry Fuller, manager Stan Schneider and filmmaker Steven Auerbach pay tribute to Glen Campbell.
Arguably Def Leppard's signature hit, 'Pour Some Sugar On Me' was first released in 1988 and hit No. 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100.
“There’s a lot of stuff that nobody’s ever heard and George’s house sessions. But the actual remastering is much clearer, and the drums are a little higher, so I love it.”
With the upcoming 'Carpenters With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra', Richard Carpenter tells uDiscover the origin story of '(They Long To Be) Close To You'.
An avid collector of classic horror and sci-fi movie posters, Hammett acknowledged his poster collection as a source of inspiration for his own musical creativity.
Gwilym Lee found himself working harder than ever for ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, and describes Queen guitarist Brian May as “a real renaissance man”.
Returning to his blues roots for his second solo album, ‘The Big Bad Blues’, Billy F Gibbons discusses his influences and continuing the blues tradition.