Metallica Won’t Remix ‘…And Justice for All’ for Anniversary, Plus News on 2018 Aftershock…
Plus news on the 2018 installment of the Aftershock Festival, a remix of a fresh Code Orange song and a new video from New Zealand rockers Written By Wolves.
Metallica’s Lars Ulrich on Drumming: ‘I’ve Never Been Interested in Ability’
The caliber of Lars' drumming has long been questioned, but he stressed he approaches drums from a different angle than just skill.
Metallica Join Elite List of Sweden’s Polar Music Prize Recipients
Metallica are the first metal band to receive the honor.
Judas Priest’s Glenn Tipton Made Decision to Bow Out of Tour ‘Last Thursday’
Much like the fans, Judas Priest have barely had the time to process the news that Tipton won't be joining them on the 'Firepower' tour.
Cliff Burton’s Father ‘Honored’ to Share Son’s Birthday With California Hometown
February 10 has been dubbed 'Cliff Burton Day' in the late bassist's hometown and his father is proud.
Judas Priest’s ‘Stained Class': The Album That Redefined Heavy Metal
On Feb. 10, 1978, Judas Priest released their fourth album, shedding their blues rock roots while taking heavy music to new places, further defining their sound.
Black Sabbath Provide Soundtrack to Shaun White’s Olympic Comeback in Super Bowl Ad
He failed to qualify for the 2014 Winter Olympics and made the U.S. team in 2018 after a brutal snowboarding accident. Shaun White actually is 'Iron Man.'
15 Bands Who Should Play the Super Bowl LII Halftime Show Instead of Justin Timberlake
We don't care where sexy has been, when it came back or where it might end up - let's make the Super Bowl rock again.
Rush’s Alex Lifeson: ‘We’re Basically Done’
Rock loses another great band.
Def Leppard + Journey Book Massive 2018 North American Tour
The bands will unite for a 58-day run and for the first time ever, Def Leppard's catalog is available for streaming.