In this 2014 interview, the members of Soundgarden look back on the album that lifted them to rock’s A-list
With a tour scrapped and admission to The Priory, the Britrocker’s most important venture begins – beating depression.
Is he the unsung architect of American metal, or just “a dick”? The Megadeth man makes the case for the defence.
Grunge superstar, acoustic balladeer, would-be R&B lover-man, hard-core alcoholic… Would the real Chris Cornell please stand up?
Despite a chart-topping, arena-filling career, Stereophonics are often viewed with disdain by the hard rock audience. But Kelly Jones is still a rock kid at heart…
When Scott Gorham joined Thin Lizzy in 1974 it opened up a world of opportunity – and regret. The joys of playing with Phil Lynott were tempered by a hunger for heroin...
Over five decades the singer-songwriter has amassed a jewel-box catalogue of music unbounded by genres.
Metallica biographer Ian Winwood knows the real reason behind the petition to remove Metallica from the Glastonbury line-up
In 2006, Kerry King and Dave Lombardo explained to Metal Hammer what makes this perhaps the greatest of all thrash albums