NOFX's Fat Mike is breaking up his band after 40 years, but he's not walking away from punk rock. He tells Ian Winwood why
Released on November 2, 1978, The Police's debut album Outlandos d’Amour helped pushed 'new wave' past punk rock and into the mainstream
Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols was released on October 28, 1977. Just 78 days later, the band who gave us that thrilling debut was finished. "All of us had been cheated," says John Lydon
As it turns 21, here's how Your New Favourite Band made Swedish garage punks The Hives genuine contenders
Over the course of 30 studio albums, Elvis Costello has journeyed from the most unsettling of angry young men through terrains that include country music, jazz, soundtrack work and even opera
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
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
Kerry King and Dave Lombardo celebrate the classic Reign In Blood album, perhaps the greatest thrash record of all, which was released on October 7, 1986