Samson had critically acclaimed albums under their belt and a future superstar out front, but fate conspired against them. Dave Ling remembers the man who leant the band his name, Paul Samson
By the early 80s, in the wake of new wave and disco fever, supergroup Asia coined a pared-down version of the prog-rock sound
West Coast prog metallers Redemption seize victory from jaws of defeat with Long Night's Journey Into Day
Back in 2008, we were lucky enough to talk to the mighty Ronnie James Dio about life, his stage name and playing the trumpet
Winger's mainman looks back at 1990's In the Heart of the Young, an album released with the odds stacked against it
Dave Ling on the latest releases from Ammunition, Blood Red Saints, Tony Mills, The Poodles and Prayer
Photographer Alec Byrne's astonishing forgotten archive has been resurrected for a new book and exhibition
Straight-talking, down-to-earth, no-nonsense, determined, hugely talented, he was the engine that powered and steered AC/DC to successes beyond their wildest dreams
Biters frontman Tuk Smith delves deep into the glam rock undergrowth to pick his 10 favourite 70s glam rock classics...
Having played the final show at the end of The End tour, Tony Iommi sat down with Classic Rock to reveal what he'd learned during Black Sabbath's long career...
Status Quo's Rhino Edwards on Rhino's Revenge, why some Quo fans want him dead, why some call him the "Frank Sinatra of rock", and why the first Frantic Four gig was a "f**king shambles"