Ronnie James Dio passed away nine years ago today (May 16), and besides gifting metalheads the iconic devil horn gesture, he left behind a catalog of music that would influence hard rock and metal for decades.
Yesterday, it was announced that a new Led Zeppelin documentary was in post-production as part of the band's ongoing 50th anniversary celebration. In fact, pretty much everything related to Zeppelin's golden anniversary has received a grand announcement, with the exception of one thing: The Led Zeppelin logo generator.
It's no secret how metal fans feel about the Grammys and how seemingly out-of-touch the Recording Academy has been toward the genre. However, according to Megadeth's David Ellefson, the Recording Academy has been trying to improve.
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Eight years passed between the release of the last two Metallica studio albums: 2008’s Death Magnetic and 2016’s Hardwired...to Self-Destruct. Fortunately, the next album from the metal icons won’t see a similar stretch of time pass.
New York Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera has been tied to Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” for years because it was his entrance music from the bullpen. It turns out, however, that the unanimously-elected member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame doesn’t care for Metallica’s music at all.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers made headlines with a recent concert announcement at an unconventional venue. Of course, this isn’t the first time in rock history that bands have performed at unlikely concert venues.
If you’re still on the fence on whether to pre-order Metallica’s acoustic album Helping Hands...Live & Acoustic at The Masonic, you’ll want to check out the latest preview of “The Four Horsemen” from the set.
Today (December 26) is Lars Ulrich’s birthday, and since we’re coming off the announcement of the 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction class, we thought we’d look back to 2009 when Metallica was inducted.
Today (December 3) is Ozzy Osbourne’s birthday, and with the announcement of the 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class just around the corner, this is the perfect time to look back on when Black Sabbath was inducted in 2006.
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The biggest tragedy in Metallica’s history happened 32 years ago today (September 27) when bassist Cliff Burton tragically died in a bus accident while the band was on tour in Europe. Burton was only 24.
Before any band achieves that breakthrough, there must always be that defining moment of growth, and for Metallica, that growth came 34 years ago with the release of their sophomore effort Ride The Lightning.