Love Is to be released the day after Steve Howe's autobiography All My Yesterdays is published
Jerry Cantrell says work is currently under way on a new solo album - his first since 2002’s Degradation Trip
Vocalist Biff Byford talks career highs, the status of the new Saxon album and the band being offered “something quite special” for 2021
Ozzy’s first studio album in 10 years will be released later this week, with The Prince Of Darkness confirming it’ll include his collaboration with Post Malone and Travis Scott
Company behind the Jumanji films lock down the rights to develop a movie based around Emerson, Lake & Palmer’s 1973 track
The United States Army Band release video of their cover of Rush’s 1987 track Time Stand Still in honour of Neil Peart
John Dolmayan’s These Grey Men project launch their take on the classic David Bowie track - with special guest Serj Tankian
Elton John is forced to leave the stage at his show in Auckland after losing his voice - singer later revealed he’s been diagnosed with walking pneumonia
Rage Against The Machine have added further shows to their reunion tour and they've also come up with a plan to stop the ticket scalpers
Fifty years after she appeared on the cover of Black Sabbath’s debut album, Louisa Livingstone speaks for the first time about the day of the famous photoshoot
Me And That Man - the project helmed by Behemoth’s Nergal - release video for the track By The River featuring Ihsahn
The Saxon frontman’s new track will feature on his upcoming solo album School Of Hard Knocks
Bassist Bill Wyman will sell items from his archive including instruments, clothes, personal items and more in May - portion of proceeds will go to charity
The story of how Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante made his remarkable recovery from the brink of tragedy
John Hughes' 80s teen movies were famous for their soundtracks. So how come they killed the career of every band they featured?
It's 1988, and it's the day before Atlantic Records' 40th birthday party. Led Zeppelin have agreed to play, but that's just about all Jimmy Page and Robert Plant agree about
Eight of the best new things in rock'n'roll right now. But which is YOUR favourite? Tell us...
Atlanta glam outfit Starbenders have just released one of 2020's best albums in Love Potions. But what music shapes their sound?
Glenn Hughes on health and happiness, looking back at Black Country Communion, and joining The Dead Daisies
They were four lads from Birmingham who took one day to record an album that would give birth to heavy metal. This is the story of Black Sabbath's first album
Keyboard player and filmmaker Ray Manzarek was the beating heart of The Doors long after they split
RATM's take no sh*t attitude, raw aggression and guerrilla politics are needed now more than ever, but can they win over Gen- Z or will they be reduced to a nostalgia act?
After early days as a signwriter, Ronnie Wood joined the Jeff Beck Group, the Faces and the Stones. More recently he's beaten cancer, recorded a Chuck Berry tribute and fathered twins
Lindemann’s compelling new album covers all sorts of dark matter. But from the main brains behind Rammstein and Hypocrisy, you shouldn't be surprised
Paul Rodgers and Jimmy Page in one band? What could possibly go wrong? This is the story of The Firm
Honeyed harmonies, subversively witty lyrics and superb musicianship? It can only be Jellyfish's Bellybutton
Two Tails & The Dirty Truth Of Love & Revolution is the second album from acclaimed Irish rock’n’rollers Blackwater Conspiracy
Recorded at London's Islington Academy in 2009, Gary Moore: Live from London finds the guitarist back in blue and at his peak
Magnum's 21st studio album The Serpent Rings looks set to continue the band’s hard-won late-career revival
Even with remixed albums and live recordings, Pink Floyd's The Later Years box set isn't quite as thorough as it could have been
The Rolling Stones’ 60s high-water mark Let It Bleed, now in a multi-format package with extras