Rock News

Linkin Park’s ‘One More Light Live’ Out Now

Linkin Park pays tribute to its late singer Chester Bennington with today's (December 15) release of One More Light Live, a 16-track concert album taken from European dates on the One More Light World Tour that was canceled after Bennington's suicide in July.

Bill Of Rights Of Rock and Roll

In 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared December 15 as “Bill of Rights day” in honor of the first ten amendments officially becoming part of the Constitution of the United States.

Corey Taylor Releasing Solo Live LP

Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor will give fans a holiday present next week with Live In London, a free live album from a solo show earlier this year that will be released on Sunday (December 17) via Taylor's website.

Eight Crazy Nights In Rock History

Tonight (December 12) marks the first night of Hanukkah, and thanks to Adam Sandler referring to the holiday as “Eight Crazy Nights,” we thought we’d look back at eight crazy nights in rock history.  Enjoy!

4 Band Origin Stories

Today (December 11) is Nikki Sixx's birthday, and to celebrate, we thought we'd look back on some of the pivotal moments in rock history that lead to the creation of Motley Crue and some of the biggest bands ever.  Enjoy!

Remembering Randy Rhoads

Randy Rhoads would’ve been 61 today (December 6).  Gone far too soon at the age of 25 in a tragic plane crash, Rhoads will be forever influential to hard rock and metal guitarists for his early work with Quiet Riot and most notably his work on Ozzy Osbourne's first two solo LPs, Blizzard Of Ozz and Diary Of A Madman.

4 Reasons Why Ozzy Should Make The "Nice List"

Today (December 3) is Ozzy Osbourne’s birthday, and while the singer’s infamous wild moments tend to get a lot of attention, we’d like to recognize the lighter side of the Prince of Darkness.  So, in the spirit of the holiday season, here are some moments that we feel would land Ozzy on Santa’s “Nice List.”