Ronnie James Dio's live albums Evil Or Divine: Live In New York City and Holy Diver Live get taken out for another spin
Black Wind, Fire And Steel: The Atlantic Recordings 1987-1992 is a barebones repacking of Manowar's major label adventure
With their second album Symphonies Of Sickness, Carcass put grindcore through the mincer – and made an underground metal classic
Former Accept vocalist Udo Dirkschneider hooks up with the concert band of the German armed forces on We Are One. Of course he does.
As Halloween rolls around, we investigate why metal enjoys such a close relationship with horror, and how they’ve shaped each other in the darkest of ways
Lemmy was more than a rock star. The Motörhead man transcended his own legacy to become an icon of mythical proportions
For all the amazing stories that have emerged in his wake, one thing unites them all: the guy was as genuine and decent a man as you could ever meet