15 Years Ago: Audioslave’s Debut Shatters Expectations
On supergroup Audioslave's debut album in November 2002, the band delivered much of the fury of their previous bands, but also developed a new, softer audience.
Bon Scott Book Revelations: ‘He Was Disposable’
'Bon: The Last Highway' takes a dive into the final years of Bon Scott, including his time spent in Miami.
Book Alleges Bon Scott Was Going to Quit AC/DC: Exclusive Excerpt
On Nov. 7, 'Bon: The Last Highway – The Untold Story of Bon Scott and AC/DC’s Back in Black' will be published.
What Happened to the Survivors of the Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash?
During the decades since Lynyrd Skynyrd's horrific 1977 plane crash, some initial survivors have passed away, while others did their best to endure.
Dave Grohl, Chris Cornell Personal Items Repurposed for Charity
Dave Grohl and Chris Cornell are just two of the top artists whose personal items have been recycled for a charity dedicated to addiction recovery treatment.
Ozzy Osbourne’s Ozzfest Files Suit Against New York-Based OZY Fest
'Festivals will never be the same,' boasts Ozy Fest, but organizers of Ozzfest think the name of the New York-based music event is a bit too close to their own.
Green Day Announce ‘Greatest Hits: God’s Favorite Band’
Green Day will release 'Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band' on Nov. 17, featuring 20 hits spanning the band's 31 years as a band, along with two new tracks.
Led Zeppelin’s John Bonham to Be Honored With Bronze Statue in Drummer’s Home Town
John Bonham is set to be honored with a statue in his hometown of Redditch, England after years of campaigning from his sister Deborah.
5 Reasons Judas Priest Should Be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Judas Priest has released a string of classics while becoming a sturdy influence on legions of acts.
Bruce Dickinson Introduces New Iron Maiden ‘Hallowed’ Beer
Iron Maiden have returned with yet another beer, this one a Belgian-styled titled Hallowed, which frontman Bruce Dickinson introduces in the video above.