Foo Fighters, Metallica’s Lars Ulrich, Zakk Wylde and Hellyeah pay tribute to Vinnie Paul, who died at the age of 54 over the weekend
Culture Abuse will hit the road throughout October and November in support of their new album Bay Dream
Documentary focusing on the life and work of CAN’s Damo Suzuki sees closing crowdfunding date extended until June 30
Metal Allegiance will release their 2nd album in September - featuring Soulfly’s Max Cavalera, Nightwish’s Floor Jansen, Mastodon’s Troy Sanders and more - check out Mother Of Sin with Overkill’s Bobby ‘Blitz’ Ellsworth
Exclusive The Paradox Twin launch their new single Moonblood - taken from their upcoming studio album The Importance Of Mr Bedlam
Coheed And Cambria confirm that their new studio album The Unheavenly Creatures will launch in October - see cover art and tracklist
Halestorm release audio video for their brand new track Black Vultures - taken from their upcoming album Vicious
Guns N’ Roses launch lyric video for their "lost" 1986 track Shadow Of Your Love - taken from Appetite For Destruction reissue
Artists from across rock and metal pay tribute to former Pantera drummer Vinnie Paul, who has died at the age of 54
Update Vinnie Paul, who co-founded Pantera and played with bands including Damageplan and Hellyeah, has died at the age of 54
Pantera and Hellyeah drummer Vinnie Paul digs deep into his record collection to pick the ten records that changed his life
Megan Osztrosits isn’t here to toe the line. And, with their vitriolic blend of punk and metal fury, neither are Couch Slut
Pantera changed metal for the better in the '90s – here are ten songs to prove how they did it
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France's Gojira face off against Norway's Immortal in the penultimate match of the opening round
Trent Reznor's merry men return with an album that sounds "like the end of music" and a bit like Slaves "if they were strapped to the bonnet of a truck with their nipples wired up to the battery and their arses stuffed full of asbestos."
Reissue with-added-live-tracks of Megadeth's debut reminds you of just how thrilling the band were.
Trent Reznor completes his new Nine Inch Nails trilogy in terrifying fashion with Bad Witch
Floridian power metal troupe Kamelot get cerebral with an ambitious concept on The Shadow Theory
Nordic visionaries Ivar Bjørnson and Einar Selvikfind new worlds to explore with Hugsjá