On the 20th anniversary of Santana's Supernatural -- released on June 15, 1999 -- we look back at some other comeback albums that brought legendary artists back to the limelight and the pop charts.
Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Zoltan Bathory said in a new video to the band's YouTube page that there was a point when FFDP almost changed its name.
In my 15 years as a licensed driver, I’ve cranked enough music on the road to discover these two truths: 1. Blaring any death metal while driving through a rich neighborhood produces some of the best snooty glares ever. And 2. No other drummer can rattle a rear view mirror quite like Meg White.
Alter Bridge had some big news for fans this morning with the announcement their sixth studio album, Walk the Sky, will be coming out October 18.
Bob Seger and his "Roll Me Away" farewell tour will roll on a bit longer with four newly announced show dates.
Jason Momoa got to do something recently that most metalheads only dream of doing: Meet and party with Slayer and Anthrax.
Led Zeppelin and their 50th anniversary celebration marches on with the latest installment their History of Led Zeppelin series.
Volbeat has offered up a third preview from their upcoming seventh studio album, Rewind, Replay, Rebound, with the video from "Last Day Under The Sun."
Occasionally, random people will lament about the future of rock and roll, but if Metallica and Lenny Kravitz's Instagrams are any indications, some kids these days clearly want to rock.
Since the feature from New York Times Magazine on Universal Music Group reportedly losing nearly 500,000 song master recordings in a 2008 fire, many artists have since issued statements regarding their own recordings.
Rami Malek making a brief appearance as Freddie Mercury in the Elton John film Rocketman was discussed.
After The New York Times Magazine revealed that Universal Music Group lost nearly 500,000 song master recordings, many from iconic artists of the 20th and 21st century, in a 2008 fire, the company has now responded in a statement to Variety.
The Raconteurs will be releasing their highly-anticipated album, Help Us Stranger, next Friday (June 21), and they-retreating fans with another preview to the album.
The Glorious Sons have delivered another anthemic track on the heels of their hit "S.O.S. (Sawed Off Shotgun)".
Shinedown has dropped the video from their latest single, "Monsters."
A feature in The New York Times Magazine has revealed that the master recordings of nearly 500,000 songs in a Universal Music Group archive from artists spanning the 20th and 21st century were destroyed in a massive fire from 2008.
Radiohead had about 18 hours of records stolen from them from the recording session of their 1997 landmark album OK Computer and held for ransom. So, what does the band decide to do? Release it for a small price with proceeds going to charity.
Woodstock 50 has somehow still been limping along despite all of the issues it has dealt with, and now the festival has been handed two big problems: Losing their venue site and a producing partner.
Led Zeppelin and their "Stairway to Heaven" lawsuit will get another hearing in 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Five Finger Death Punch drummer Jeremy Spencer officially stepped down from the band in December 2018, but he didn't waste much time lining up his next gig.
Rob Zombie has shared the first teaser clip to his upcoming horror film 3 From Hell.
Metallica performed before a massive crowd of 75,000 people at Slane Castle in Ireland over the weekend and in the process paid tribute to one of the country's biggest music icons.
Foo Fighters returned to the scene of the crime where Dave Grohl fell of the stage and broke his head nearly 3 years ago.
Stone Temple Pilots are planning a deluxe reissue of their second album, Purple, which was released 25 years ago today.
It's tough for rock bands to age gracefully; decades after the genre's dawn in the 1950s, it remains a young person's game. And aging gracefully was never going to be easy for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, a hyperactive punk/funk band well known for appearing on stage wearing nothing but socks.
Velvet Revolver’s debut album Contraband will celebrate its 15th anniversary on June 8, and it was an album that came at the perfect time for me: the summer heading into my senior year of high school.
Ace Frehley has released a new animated music video for the song "Mission To Mars" which comes off his latest Spaceman album!
Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi and Deep Purple's Ian Gillian recently visited Yerevan, Armenia to be honored for their humanitarian efforts in raising funds to help the country rebuild itself after an earthquake in 1988. While there, the Naregatsi Orchestra performed the Sabbath track "She's Gone" for the rock icons.
Tom Morello of Prophets of Rage said in a new interview that the band has written about half of a new record and they hope to have new music out befor ethe end of summer.
Five Finger Death Punch confirmed drummer Charlie Engen, who filled in for Jeremy Spencer on tour when he stepped down from the band in December 2018 because of physical issues, will be playing on the band's new studio album.
Black or White? Why not both, or at least that was the case for a fateful Instagram post from Tenacious D that featured Jack Black and Jack White.
The Rolling Stones will finally kick off their North American "No Filter" tour later this month, and now fans know which acts will be providing support.
Jerry Cantrell recently revealed via his Instagram that he has once again added an acting credit to his iMDB page.
Season five of Black Mirror is now available on Netflix, and in the episode "Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too," Nine Inch Nails fans will certainly be surprised to hear Miley Cyrus sing a reworked version of "Head Like A Hole."
Judas Priest was scheduled to perform tonight (June 5) in Colorado Spring, Col. but were forced to cancel the show due to Rob Halford battling bronchitis.
Brian "Head" Welch and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee definitely seem like an odd couple on the surface, but that didn't stop the Korn guitarist from jamming with the politician recently.
Guns N' Roses has once again added to their list of festival stops this fall, and this time, they're heading down to New Orleans.
Amazon Prime members will now be able to get their online orders within one day.
Billy Joel always seems to have a special guest lined up for his Madison Square Garden residency shows, and at his latest residency gig last night (June 2), The Piano Man brought out Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliott.
Rocketman faced a lot of competition during its opening weekend in the U.S., but it still fared well at the box office.
When it comes to influence, especially on female rock musicians, The Runaways almost always get a mention and rightfully so.
iTunes, Apple's primary software for consuming music and other media for nearly two decades, will officially be discontinued.
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.