Motley Crue are dead – and Nikki Sixx couldn’t be happier. It means he’s free to focus his energy on Sixx:AM - and prove once and for all that rock is far from dead
The supergroup that split due to super-sized problems is back, but now they’re “old guys playing young man’s music”
From Carlos Santana to Richie Sambora, guitarists throughout history have pulled extreme faces as they solo. We ask the experts: Why do they do it?
Brighton’s Maschine are back with an album loosely inspired by natural events. The new-look band tell us about the inspiration of avalanches, tsunamis, and dramatic events closer to home.
Dweezil Zappa is fighting with his siblings over the right to perform his father's music, but they're not the first families of rock to end up sparring over a deceased star's estate
Yes’s Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame nomination is long overdue. But where are all the other prog legends?
Superstar DJs, murder, mayhem... and swearing parrots. This is the story of how pirate radio sparked a rock’n’roll revolution in the '60s
With his Sanctuary series, Rob Reed takes inspiration from Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells. So much so that for part two he asked Oldfield collaborators Simon Phillips and Tom Newman to join hi