What do Soundgarden, Faith No More and Mastodon all have in common? They all took time to speak to the Metal Hammer Magazine Show this year...
From Mad Season to A Perfect Circle, Beck and Bryan Ferry, whose take on Lennon's classics still stand up?
Brian May sat down with The Classic Rock Magazine Show to talk to about life after Freddie, the ticking clock of time and why he stopped singing on Queen albums
In 2013 as the band released their live Clockwork Angels CD/DVD, Alex Lifeson sat down with the Prog Magazine show to talk Hendrix, Vapor Trails and why the Foo Fighters do a better 2112
Nightwish sat down with the Metal Hammer Magazine Show to talk Richard Dawkins, making music in the wild and why Florence And The Machine rocks
After the high of Rush’s farewell tour, the guitarist opens up about everything from his health to the pleasures of pot, making new music and being on the fairway to heaven.
As Korn are announced for the Friday night at this year's Download Festival, we revisit the Metal Hammer Magazine Show interview with Jonathan Davis on the eve of The Paradigm Shift album
It's been 40 years since Chris Squire's solo album, Fish Out Of Water, we revisit the chat he had with the Prog Show as Yes released their last album featuring the great man, Heaven & Earth
It's been 20 years since Fear Factory released the landmark Demanufacture album. The Hammer show caught up with the band at Soundwave to talk about their origins and influences
As King 810 reveal a more muted, if still chilling, side with a string quartet version of Devil Don't Cry, we revisit the Hammer Show interview with a band from the wrong side of the tracks
With The Story Of Sonny Boy Slim, Gary Clark Jr's made the most far-reaching record of his career. Here he talks to the Classic Rock Show about its genesis and fulfilling his artistic vision
As Metal Hammer exclusively streams Saxon's latest Battering Ram album, we sit down with Biff Byford to talk touring with Rush and Iron Maiden and what to expect from their latest release
A vandalised house, mid-life crisis, self-loathing, being a new dad, writer's block, what didn't Claudio Sanchez have to deal with to create Coheed and Cambria's latest album?
Coheed And Cambria may be unleashing their first album without a concrete concept, but as it turns out, middle age, an identity crisis and the birth of a child provided enough inspiration.
Jimmy Page talks to The Classic Rock Show about the writing, recording and ultimate remastering of the first three Led Zeppelin albums
Few rock stars have had as much thrown at them as The Alarm's Mike Peters. But even the highs of US fame and the lows of a bitter split are nothing next to his ongoing battle with cancer
It's been ten years since the release of the Rosenrot album and it's bloody title track, here we talk to some of the directors who have helped Rammstein realise their horrifying vision
As Michael Shawn Crahan reaches 46, Metal Hammer celebrates his gruesome alter ego and then goes to meet the man behind the mask
It's been forty-five years since Jimi Hendrix's untimely death in a hotel room in London. He conducted this, his final interview, less than a week before