Old-school British heavy metal needs you!
Battling not to be overshadowed by their own soaring back catalogue, these old-stagers deliver some fine new goods.
These under-appreciated British veterans aren’t changing the game, but they’re enjoying it regardless.
Heaven And Hell were Dio era Sabbath under a different name. In 2010, Ronnie Dio and Tony Iommi talked to Classic Rock about their professional relationship
With the release of their Backspacer album in 2009, Pearl Jam were a band who had resisted success and come back from the edge...
In 2008, Marillion got a Classic Rock journalist to play on the album Happiness Is The Road. This is the tale of that experience
Originally sniffed at as early-Genesis copyists, eternally unfashionable, barely known outside their fearsomely loyal fan-base, Marillion have doggedly done their own thing for over 30 years.
Poison's debut album was recorded on a tight budget and in eight days, it would go triple platinum and turn the band into hair metal heroes
In this exclusive extract from Killer Queen, the limited-edition book of mostly unseen photographs of Queen from the archive of photographer Mick Rock, CR takes you behind the scenes.
On September 1, 1989, Mötley Crüe released Dr. Feelgood. It was to be their biggest record. In 2001, Classic Rock recalled the wacky batty events surrounding the making of the album
Pearl Jam formed as the result of a heroin overdose that ended the career of Mother Love Bone, but no one ever imagined it would take them to an album called Ten...