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42 Years Ago: Ramones Release Their Self-Titled Debut Album
On April 23, 1976, the Ramones introduced the world to punk rock music with their self-titled debut album.
Metallica’s Kirk Hammett: Donald Trump Will Be a One-Term President
In an interview with Brazilian radio station 89FM A Radio Rock at last month’s Lollapalooza festival, Hammett predicted Trump will be a one-term president.
Rise Against Announce ‘Wolves’ Album, Release New Track ‘The Violence’
Rise Against are back with another punk rock anthem, “The Violence,' from their upcoming eighth studio album, 'Wolves.'
With Our Arms to the Sun, ‘Orenda’ – Exclusive Album Stream
This four-man crew of Arizona dirt lizards teamed up with Melvins legend Buzz Osborne to record their fourth studio album.
Former Van Halen Bassist Michael Anthony Mourns Death of Infant Grandson
The bassist is mourning the loss of his infant grandson, Rex, who passed away at just 2 weeks old.
Mastodon Drummer Brann Dailor’s Bizarre New Band Arcadea to Release Debut Album in June
Mastodon drummer/vocalist Brann Dailor, Withered guitarist Raheem Amlani and Zruda guitarist/keyboardist have teamed up to form the bizarre synth band Arcadea.
Scott Stapp, Bumblefoot + Def Leppard’s Phil Collen Perform on ‘The Comedy Jam’
'The Comedy Jam' will air on Comedy Central tonight (April 19) but full performances from Scott Stapp and Def Leppard’s Phil Collen have been posted online!
Listen to Metallica’s James Hetfield Narrate Trailer for ‘Addicted to Porn’ Documentary
You can hear the first piece of James Hetfield’s narration in a newly released trailer for 'Addicted to Porn.'
Five Finger Death Punch, Korn, Stone Sour + More Confirmed for 2017 High Elevation Rock Fe…
The High Elevation Rock Festival is back for another year of rock and metal.
Slayer’s Tom Araya on Trump Photoshop Uproar: America Is ‘A Nation of Crybabies’
When asked in a new interview about the backlash from photoshopping Donald Trump into a picture of Slayer, Tom Araya called America 'a nation of crybabies.'
Rapper Lil Uzi Vert Drops $220,000 on Diamond Marilyn Manson Necklace; Manson Creeps Out F…
The chain and pendant are made out of 16,000 diamonds, totaling 155 carats.
Linkin Park Release Another Pop Song ‘Good Goodbye,’ ESP Guitars ‘Pleased’ to Not Be a Par…
Teaming up with hip hop artists Pusha T and Stormzy, Linkin Park's 'Good Goodbye' sounds unrecognizable from any Linkin Park material that predates 2017.