Marty Friedman: Political Correctness ‘Has Gotten Out of Control’ in the U.S.
Marty Friedman talked about political correctness, which he says has 'gotten out of control' in the United States.
Metallica, GWAR + Mastodon Among Artists to Issue LPs on Pink Vinyl for Charity
Metallica, GWAR and Mastodon are among the 10 artists taking part in the Ten Bands One Cause project, reissuing their albums on limited edition pink vinyl.
Watch Metallica Reveal the Creative Process Behind ‘Atlas, Rise!’
Metallica have given some insight into how they came up with the 'Atlas, Rise!,' the third single from their latest album, 'Hardwired... To Self-Destruct.'
Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine Responds to Being Called an ‘A–hole’
Dave Mustaine has spoken out on being called an "a--hole," giving his reason why he thinks he may have earned that reputation.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra Working on Five Potential Projects: ‘We Want the Orchestra to Liv…
Trans-Siberian Orchestra musical director Al Pitrelli spoke to Billboard recently about the future of the progressive-rock touring spectacle.
30 Years Ago: Metallica Bounce Back from Tragedy With ‘Garage Days Re-Revisited’
Metallica's 'Garage Days Re-Revisited' gave the band a chance to continue healing after the death of Cliff Burton, and a low-pressure way to begin recording with Jason Newsted.
Ted Nugent: Kid Rock ‘Ain’t Running for Squat’
Ted Nugent sat down with Newsmax TV recently to talk politics and the speculation about his fellow Michigan native Kid Rock's plans to run for U.S. Senate.
Tony Iommi: It Was ‘Too Risky’ to Have Bill Ward on Black Sabbath Tour
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi sat down to talk about the band's upcoming 'Ten Year War' box set and touched on Bill Ward's absence from the recent tour.
Royal Blood Turn the ‘Lights Out’ on ‘The Late Late Show’
British garage rock duo Royal Blood brought an electrifying performance of their single 'Lights Out' to 'The Late Late Show' with James Corden last night.
Mike Mushok on Staind Reunion: ‘Hopefully It Happens Sooner Than Later’
Following last week's reunion of Staind, fans have been hoping that it will turn into a more permanent thing for the band. Guitarist Mike Mushok hopes so too.
Chris Cornell Memorial Statue To Be Built in Seattle
Almost three months after his shocking death, plans have been announced for a statue of Chris Cornell to be built in his hometown of Seattle, Wash.
Double the ‘Destruction': 13 Songs That Could Have Been on Guns N’ Roses’ Debut Album
Guns N’ Roses' Appetite for Destruction remains one of the greatest, game-changing rock albums in history.