Legendary guitarist Robin Trower's 2020 European Tour will kick off in April
Metallica announce they have cancelled appearances at Sonic Temple and Louder Than Life festivals, as part of James Hetfield's "continuing effort to get and stay healthy"
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Tool add extra North American tour dates in support of latest album Fear Inoculum - tickets go on sale later this week
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Black Sabbath might have lost Ozzy, but they recruited Dio and make one of the greatest heavy metal albums of all time
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