Last week, a fan, who has been since identified as Jeffrey Allan Fortune, died unexpectedly after collapsing at a Ghost concert in Milwaukee, and fans are now proving just how supportive the metal community is when those are in need.
Today (May 31) would’ve been John Bonham’s 70th birthday. As one of the best drummers in rock history (some would argue the best), it's difficult to narrow down the breadth of his career to just five moments, but after heavy soul-searching, here are five of our favorite moments, from solos to intros and everywhere in between.
Mike Myers celebrates his birthday today (May 25), and while he’s given us countless comedic characters in film and during his time on Saturday Night Live, one of the best pieces of work he’s created in his career is the 2014 documentary Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon.
Queen’s tenth studio album Hot Space was released 36 years ago this week, and while the album as a whole was predominantly pop and dance influenced, there was one monster rock track that stood out among the rest.
Five Finger Death Punch has had a very chaotic past year between making a new album and handling the legal issues with their former record label, Prospect Park, but the most important moment for the band has been lead singer Ivan Moody getting treatment for his issues with alcohol.
Rock on the Range took place over the weekend in Columbus, Ohio, and two of the festival’s headliners took a moment to pay their respects to Chris Cornell in honor of the one year anniversary of his passing.
In death, it’s easy to elevate an entertainer’s talent or importance. (Grief and shock lend itself easily to that.) But in the case of Chris Cornell, even before his shocking death a year ago, he was already considered one of the greatest voices in rock history.
This Friday (May 18) will mark one year since Chris Cornell’s unexpected passing in a Detroit hotel, and unfortunately, there are still a lot of confusion around his death, according to his widow, Vicky Cornell.