Film director, horror nerd, shock rocker, movie buff, rock and roll showman. Hammer travelled to the west coast to witness Rob Zombie (and Alice Cooper) in full gory flight...
Film Producer, baseball collector, solo star and Bluejays fan, Geddy Lee on being sacked by his band, going back to basics and why Rush Limbaugh had to be stopped...
With a title inspired by one of the greatest and most troubled writers of the 20th century, John Wesley’s latest album tells a story of troubled times and lessons learned
Trilogy/Brain Salad Surgery/Welcome Back My Friends To The Show That Never Ends – Ladies And Gentlemen Emerson Lake & Palmer - all repackaged, remixed and reworked once again
Meet Giraffe Tongue Orchestra, the supergroup featuring members of Alice In Chains, Mastodon and Dillinger Escape Plan that gives you a zoology lesson as well as being a musical chameleon
Using some of The Rev's final ever songs, Avenged Sevenfold scored their first ever number one album, but lost their best friend. The band's first tour without him was equally bittersweet...
Ten days to make an album, endless tours and a concept album that saved their career, Rush look back on their first live album and the journey that lead them there
On what’s undoubtedly one of the finest albums of their entire career, Marillion deliver dark truths with an incredible lightness of touch on F.E.A.R.
As oxymorons go, ‘supergroup’ must be right up there; for every Them Crooked Vultures, a Bad English. So where does that leave Giraffe Tongue Orchestra?
You might think he never cracks a smile, but Rush's drummer is more than happy to talk about modern alchemy, thinking big and why he's never going to watch Beyond The Lighted Stage...
Mikael Åkerfeldt and co wrench diversity from adversity on the brand new Opeth album. Read our review here
Heart-shaped guitars, Berklee music school and Frank Zappa – Steve Vai's has been no ordinary career. Here, we rank each of his albums from worst to best
You may know him as the guitarist of nu metallers Limp Bizkit, but don’t let that put you off. As it turns out, Wes Borland is plenty prog too, especially with his brand new solo album.
Often derided and eternally divisive, the supergroup's place in history is a troubled one. But some of them really did make an everlasting impact on rock – here are 20 of the best