Iron Maiden legend Bruce Dickinson has confirmed his first solo studio album since 2005's Tyranny Of Souls
There aren't many measures of success the Chilis will take second place to Uncle Kracker over, but this is one of them
Brian Eno and the Baltic Sea Philharmonic premiere a newly commissioned work Ships live in October
A metalhead recently brought their golden retriever dog to a Motionless In White show, for reasons we're not totally sure of
Creeper return with the Depeche Mode-inspired Black Heaven, lifted from their forthcoming album Sanguivore
“There was a lot of stuff that either wouldn’t have been written without me, or that I wrote and other people gave themselves credit for,” Corey Taylor says of Slipknot
The live version of Killing Floor is taken from a previously unheard recording made at the Hollywood Bowl in August 1967, when Hendrix was supporting The Mamas & The Papas
Virginia hardcore legends Scream break the news of the passing of drummer Bennett Kent Stacks aka 'Kent Stax', just one day after sharing their first new music in over a decade
Rolling Stone magazine's founder Jann Wenner is under fire for what he admits were "comments that diminished the contributions, genius, and impact of Black and women artists"
Scene Queen is bringing fun, frolics and a ton of pink to the metal scene. We got her to explain how to be part of the Bimbocore movement
From the Anthrax guitarist who is now a master watchmaker to the death metal bassist who hung out with "sweary Muppets", these are the most unique post-music career paths of metal musicians
Black Sabbath were blues rock also-rans in 1968. One year later, they wrote their insidious self-titled song and plotted the entire future of the heavy metal genre.
Moscow at the height of East-West tensions was a grim, alien city. What better place for fading British rockers Uriah Heep to raise their profile?
Spooky goings-on and controversy in the US have inspired rumours that Iron Maiden’s magnum opus was cursed by supernatural forces. Are they right? Probably not…
As Voivod celebrated their 35th birthday and release their 14th album, Prog met the Canadian progressive metal legends to look back over their career.
In 2009 the classic line-up of Gong reunited – and recorded a brand new album 2032. This is the story
Eurovision Song Contest was deep in the Australian heavy synth-prog quintet’s DNA from the start
Taking inspiration from the 70s and 80s is easy. Getting results as good as The Bites isn’t
Legendary former Judas Priest guitarist K.K. Downing answers your questions on everything from nu metal and Judas Priest to which buscuit is best
Fresh from remixing a number of prog classics, production ace Stephen W Tayler takes centre stage with a new solo album and DVD that encompasses visuals as well as sound.
Guitarist’s wife staged a last-minute midnight party to mark “the one little window where we had a good album, we were fairly important in the music world, and people recognised us”
Georgian glam rockers Starbenders' third album Take Back The Night fails badly to deliver on the promise of sex, drugs and romantic turmoil
Cannibal Corpse's sixteenth studio album Chaos Horrific is more proof that the death metal legends are still at the top of their game
Tesseract took five years to release the follow-up to Sonder. It was more than worth the wait.
J Willgoose Esq, with assistance from the BBC Concert Orchestra and Michael Sheen, deliver a powerful case in support of the UK’s real-life public service broadcaster
Ghost play to more than 30,000 people over two nights in Los Angeles – but did Cardinal Copia/Papa IV make it out alive?
Corey Taylor's second solo album CMF2 explores everything from glam and rap metal to country and punk