Includes: dangerous vegetables, a plethora of pigeons, and why Dee Snider is smarter than Donald Trump
Geoff Barton on new releases from Lazuli, Galahad, Bruce Stringer, Soft Hearted Scientists and StarCrystal
Session sausages, Ritchie Blackmore's curious relationship with short hair, and Geddy Lee's wine collection
The death of Steve Clark in January 1991 robbed Def Leppard of their heartbeat. Here, the people who knew him best look back on an unsung hero
In the wake of the attacks in Paris, we ask the industry experts what it all means for the future of live music.
Geoff Barton on new releases from The Tirith, Witchwood, Soft Hearted Scientists, Heylel and Simulacrum
In ‘76, Sabbath already had a huge heritage to live up to. We join the tortured souls (band and fans alike) on the epic Sabotage tour
In 2003 The Darkness released the landmark Permission To Land, but what came next? Classic Rock talked to the band as they launched One Way Ticket To Hell ...And Back
Away from the label’s big hitters, there’s a treasure trove of unique and essential albums to be discovered. We pick out the very best.
Geoff Barton on new releases from Tír na nÓg, The Powwow Rock Orchestra, Crimson Chrysalis, Space Mirrors and Forest Field