It’s their ‘end of the road’ doc, and there are tears
Jeff Lynne's vision for ELO was more ambitious than most of his peers – but which of his grand ideas hit home the hardest?
As writer Mark Putterford joked in Sounds in 1983: “What ugly bastards they turned out to be.” But in these 10 songs are some of the best that Kiss ever recorded…
Mötley Crüe left behind them a trail of destruction and 10 albums – here ranked from worst to best...
Heavy questions for Josh Homme, multi-tasking rocker, Eagle Of Death Metal, Crooked Vulture, and fallen libertarian
Guns N’ Roses’ Use Your Illusion I and II albums were epic, sprawling and deranged. We've boiled them down to the 10 essential songs from both
Things you learn from an interview with Sisters Of Mercy singer Andrew Eldritch: he loves Swedish pop, dodgy Japanese movies and cricket on the radio. But don’t mention World Goth Day…
After reuniting in LA in 2011, things quickly spun out of control for Black Sabbath, Iommi's cancer, Bill Ward's controversial departure, Ozzy falling off the wagon, how did 13 ever get made?
Innuendos, a hit single that Blue Oyster Cult turned down, and the best birthday gift a young man of 25 could give him self. Just what went in to making the multi-platinum Reckless?
Def Leppard's Rick Allen on returning to Download, the enduring appeal of Mutt Lange and almost losing his life in a car accident
From his seismic debut with the band to the defining live album of their careers and the sprawling concept album that divided fans, Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson picks three of his favourites
The guitar legend opens up about absent friends, superstar fans, bad reviews and the next best thing to playing with Zeppelin
Knife-carrying thug, practical joker, drug fiend and the inventor of heavy metal, Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi on his life less ordinary
From drug busts and tragic deaths to Michael Jackson, this is the untold and often unbelievable story of the AOR legends
Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson explains why even Rush's worst song might have sounded brilliant on ecstasy
Sammy Hagar: rock star, multi-millionaire, car collector, sensible drinker. The Red Rocker on his new album, the Van Halens, Ronnie Montrose and four decades of rock...
Kiss bassist Gene Simmons on pleasing women, showing off, what he wouldn't do for money, and being Gene Simmons
A speed-freak song written by the young Lemmy for Hawkwind has been through various twists - from Motörhead's own anthemic version to the unlikeliest remakes.
From Thin Lizzy’s early days to his 80s solo career, these are the 30 greatest songs from the late, great Phil Lynott