Soundgarden has offered up the first preview from their upcoming live release, Soundgarden: Live From the Artists Den, with "Blind Dogs."
Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford is probably the last person you'd expect to kick a phone out of a fan's hand during a performance, but that's what happened during a recent show in Rosemont, Ill.
Live is releasing a 25th anniversary reissue of their album Throwing Copper, and on it is a previously unreleased track called "Hold Me Up." However, if you've seen the 2008 film Zack and Miri Make a Porno, then the song will likely be very familiar to you.
John Bonham would've turned 71 today (May 31), and while no one has ever really filled the void left by the Led Zeppelin drummer, his son, Jason, has proudly taken the reigns for years and has carried on his father's legacy.
In this exclusive interview, Duff McKagan of Guns N' Roses discusses his new solo album Tenderness, which addresses gun control, corporate greed, the opioid crisis and #MeToo.
Stone Sour drummer Roy Mayorga will be out on tour this summer, but he'll be behind the kit for HELLYEAH sitting in for late drummer Vinnie Paul Abbott.
You know how Bill Murray has infamously crashed a number of events, including a bachelor party? David Lee Roth tried to do the same, but he didn't get the same result.
The legal drama surrounding the estate of Tom Petty has taken a very strange turn with the latest accusation between Petty's widow, Dana, and his daughters from his first marriage, Adria and Annakim, now involving a potential salad dressing line featuring the late Petty's likeness.
Corey Taylor got a little TMI on Twitter, and it has opened the floodgates to a number of follow-up questions.
Someone alert Kenny Rogers, because there's a new best gambling song in town.
There's been a lot of buzz regarding a new Guns N' Roses album, and Slash has recently opened up on a timeline of when the band will begin work on that LP.
The Elton John film Rocketman, unlike the crazy-successful Bohemian Rhapsody, is rated "R," and it's a rating Sir Elton fought for.
Robert Plant is getting into the podcasting game with his very own podcast called "Digging Deep."
Ozzy Osbourne and Bill Ward have had a war of words in the press about Black Sabbath's farewell tour not featuring Ward on the drums, but it sounds like Osbourne has had a change of heart when it comes to Ward.
It's Memorial Day, and most people are either hosting or going to a barbecue, but what makes for a successful Memorial Day barbecue?
Queen’s tenth studio album Hot Space was released 37 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.
John Mulaney's Netflix special Kid Gorgeous is full of hilarious stories and other anecdotes, but his tale about working with Mick Jagger when he was a writer for Saturday Night Live is truly something spectacular.
'Tis the season...graduation season, that is.
The royalties battle around The Verve's 1997 hit "Bittersweet Symphony" is bitter no more.
Get ticket info on Chevelle's show at DTE HERE. Listen to Serj Tankian's 'Game of Thrones' song HERE. Watch Trivium's Matt Heafy cover Slipknot's "Unsainted" HERE. Check out Poppy's new song featuring Fever 333 HERE and watch the video from Fever 333 visiting Back Alley Bikes HERE.
Slipknot percussionist Shawn "Clown" Crahan took a moment to thank fans for their support since the unexpected passing of his 22-year-old daughter, Gabrielle, last weekend.
Shinedown issued a video statement to their fans sharing that bassist Eric Bass was forced to leave their current tour citing issues with his back.
As the saying goes, if it's too loud, you're too old...or it's 2 AM, and you're just trying to get some sleep.
Bands touring in support of a major album anniversary and performing that album live in its entirety has been a trend for some time now, and that's certainly not lost on Evanescence's Amy Lee.
The popularity of the rock opera has ebbed and flowed throughout the decades since the release of The Who's Tommy, which came out fifty years ago today (May 23), but this take on the concept album has undoubtedly yielded some of rock's most beloved works
The Who’s landmark album Tommy was released 50 years ago today (May 23), and while the album wasn’t technically the first “rock opera,” it certainly helped popularize the term and the concept.
Lots of musicians claim that Black Sabbath changed their life, but with Zakk Wylde, it's not hyperbole.
Robert Plant recently paid a visit to the John Bonham memorial statue located in Redditch, England, where Bonham was born, and shared a very moving photo of the moment.
Social media apps and the things that happen on them are usually prime examples of "why we can't have nice things," but one Snapchat user has taken the very popular gender swap filter to next level magic.
Bad Wolves have a busy summer ahead of them with shows in Europe and touring with Papa Roach stateside beginning in July, but singer Tommy Vext has another big project he'll be tackling on top of that.
David Bowie was always an artist prone to changing artistic direction and making grand statements. But even by his standards, it was surprising to hear his announcement in 1989 that, after decades as a solo artist, he was forming a band.
Queen recording new music with Adam Lambert has always been a "maybe" of a situation, but Lambert may have decided the fate of any potential future project in a recent interview.
How do you end a beloved TV series and tie up a few years worth of plotlines? It's tricky.
Kurt Cobain fans with deep pockets went big at a recent Juliens Auctions event.
Riff2’s Undercover Sound System Playlist 5.20.19 JR JR – “Low” (Love is EZ) Beyond The Sun – “Push The Pace” Pkew Pkew Pkew – “I Don’t Matter At All” (Dine Alone) The Raconteurs – “Help Me Stranger” (Third Man/RED) The Jacks – “Walk Away” (Edgeout/UMe) Demob Happy – “Less Is More” (Strange Loop/SO) Bush –…
An alien baby comes to earth in a spacecraft and is adopted by human parents. It turns out that the baby has extraordinary superpowers. Sound familiar?
Festivals are often sources of great collaborations, and in the case of the Sonic Temple Festival (formerly known as Rock on the Range) this past weekend, this performance happened.
Remember when David Lee Roth made a surprise appearance at the Ultra Music Festival during Armin van Buuren's set and the DJ did a remix of Van Halen's "Jump"? Since we now live in a "Nobody asked for this!" kind of world, a studio version of the remix is now available.
Obviously, don't read this if you're a Game of Thrones fan and you haven't seen the series finale, which aired Sunday night (5/19). But -- SPOILER ALERT -- unsurprisingly, a lot of fans weren't happy with the way the story ended.
Actress/singer Scarlett Johansson and Saturday Night Live star Colin Jost are engaged, according to the Associated Press. Johansson’s publicist Marcel Pariseau apparently told The Associated Press Sunday that Johansson and Jost are officially engaged after two years of dating, but that they have not yet set a wedding date. Johansson, 34, was previously married to actor…
Slipknot percussionist Shawn "Clown" Crahan and his family are mourning the loss of, Gabrielle Crahan, his youngest daughter.
Slipknot brought new music and their new masks to the outdoor stage of Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night (May 18.)
Chris Cornell passed away two years ago today (May 18.)
After netting a court victory earlier this week stating their original financial partner, Dentsu, had no right canceling the festival after pulling their funding, Woodstock 50 has announced they found a new financial partner.
John Wick 3 - Parabellum, the latest installment to the Keanu Reeves action franchise, opens today, and for Bush fans, they received an extra bonus with the release of the new song from the film's soundtrack "Bullet Holes."
HELLYEAH dropped their latest single and video today with "Welcome Home," the title track from the band's upcoming sixth studio album which features the final recordings of drummer Vinnie Paul Abbott.
Joan Jett is an absolute rock icon who's been influencing musicians for decades. The last thing you'd expect her to be is nervous when it comes to jamming with other bands, but that's not the case.
Trent Reznor celebrates his birthday today (May 17), and when he started Nine Inch Nails in 1988, the last thing he likely expected to become was an Academy Award winner.