One of rock’s true greats, Mitch Mitchell's drumming was a key element in the sound of the Jimi Hendrix Experience...
As we gear up for the London Drum Show, Smashing Pumpkins drummer Jimmy Chamberlin joins Rhythm Magazine to discuss the show, rock'n'roll and his place as one the best sticksmen in the world
Now starting his “third act”, Buckcherry’s Josh Todd channels his anger with new band Josh Todd & The Conflict
With his first, “not metal” solo album, he hopes he can finally shake off the 'ex-Pantera bassist' tag
How the veteran Boston band beat drink, drugs and depression to finally score what is still their only US number one single
Motörhead-approved rockers Airbourne honour Lemmy on their latest anthem, It’s All For Rock N’ Roll. We went along to their video shoot, and found Joel carrying on the great man’s legacy
The ‘lost’ rockers recall their Van Halen tribute days, chasing Def Leppard and why grunge ushered in the end of their career
He's the man responsible for Tubular Bells, the album that gave Richard Branson's business a kick-start. But can Mike Oldfield handle rock's most difficult questions?
In the past 12 months they’ve toured with Black Sabbath, upped their game and recorded a masterpiece. Jay Buchanan looks back on a year to remember
From breaking bands to causing controversy, Ozzfest has brought metal to the masses like no other event. We remember two decades of mayhem, through the eyes of the bands who were there...
Will Guns N’ Roses or Metallica headline Download 2017 – or will it be Blink 182 and Aerosmith? We sift through the rumours to find out
Nu metal veterans Korn swallow some “hard truths” and crank up the intensity for new album – and this time around, there's no dubstep...
Bad Company and Mott the Hoople guitarist Mick Ralphs on long wizard coats, high-heeled boots and expensive Les Pauls
Extreme axeman Nuno Bettencourt on taking down your idols, the most underrated guitarist in history, and the fourth guy on the Mount Rushmore of Rock...
Blackberry Smoke's Charlie Starr celebrates the brilliance of Angus Young and The Rolling Stones, and reveals why he'd like to meet Lil' Wayne at the crossroads
Icelandic four-piece Kaleo blend everything from heavy blues rock to gentle folk to create their unique sound