Satanism, Car Crashes and Belly Buttons: The Curious Case of the Nikki Sixx Impostor
Tales of mystery and conspiracy are nothing new in music.
30 Years Ago: Megadeth Struggle Through ‘So Far, So Good … So What!’
Having seriously stepped up their game on 'Peace Sells … But Who’s Buying?' in 1986, Megadeth were poised to make a run at the thrash-metal crown on the follow-up.
Watch a Sneak Peek of Judas Priest’s New ‘Lightning Strike’ Video
Judas Priest have unveiled a short snippet of the new video for the song "Lightning Strike," the lead single from their upcoming 'Firepower' album.
35 Years Ago: Sammy Hagar Hits Solo Stride With ‘Three Lock Box’
Sammy Hagar hit a nerve with his sixth album, 1981’s 'Standing Hampton.' Then came the follow-up.
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.
20 Years Ago: Metallica Court Controversy with ‘Million Decibel March’
Giving away a free Metallica concert should be easy, right? But when the band tried to do just that to launch 1997's 'Reload,' it ended up turning into quite a struggle.
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.
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.
10 Years Ago: Van Halen Reunite With David Lee Roth
It was an epic night for Van Halen fans who had been longing for the band's original singer to reaffirm his position at the mic.
10 Years Ago: Down Dig Deep Inside With ‘Down III: Over the Under’
By the time Down released their third album, the group had gone from superstar side-project to full-time focus for its members.
35 Years Ago: The Who Kick Off Their First Farewell Tour
A little more than three years after drummer Keith Moon died, the Who were feeling out of sorts with each other, musically and onstage.