Featuring Jethro Tull, The Rolling Stones, Kiss, Rainbow, Perry Farrell, Jimmy Page, Stray Cats, Lou Reed, Magnum, Avantasia, Zal Cleminson, Danny Gatton, Procol Harum and many more...
East Texas rockers Whiskey Myers gave announced details of their fifth studio album - hear Die Rockin' now
Shock rock godfather shoots down tabloid claim that he and wife Sheryl Goddard have a death pact
Bay Area legends Testament namecheck Mercyful Fate as inspiration for follow-up to Brotherhood Of The Snake
Former Van Halen frontman Sammy Hagar says he is “afraid to contact” Eddie and Alex in case they think he wants to get back in band
Rap-metal supergroup Prophets Of Rage drop brand new track ahead of UK and European tour
Short on time? Listen to Rammstein's complete discography in the most efficient way possible
Hellyeah guitarist Tom Maxwell pens letter to Vinnie Paul on the first anniversary of the drummer’s death
It’s been another busy week in the world of rock, metal and prog – here are the stories that hit the headlines
As the Rock Of Ages musical returns to New York, Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliott explains why the band have allowed their music to be used for the first time
Cinema Strangiato: An Annual Exercise In Fan Indulgence will hit cinemas for one night only in August - check out the first trailer
Limited edition collectable figures of Dimebag Darrell, Phil Anselmo, Rex Brown and Vinnie Paul will be released later this year
Since the early 1970s, Eagles and associated solo projects have produced some of rock’s most timeless and enduring music
You want the best new rock music this week has to offer? Look no further than Classic Rock's Tracks Of The Week...
Lynyrd Skynyrd singer Johnny Van Zant picks the top 10 songs for the Southern Rock connoisseur
Foreigner produced some of rock's definitive melodic rock albums, blending hard rock and atmospheric ballads to the tune of 80 million sales
...some weird old-guy waffle about what-it-were-like-in-our-day, plus stuff about The Pogues, gig etiquette, Poptimism, and why classic rock will grow old but won't grow up.
Roy Buchanan inspired Jeff Beck, Gary Moore and Joe Bonamassa, but suffered a life of addiction and died a bluesman’s death
Facebook users say they're being banned for uploading the cover of Led Zeppelin's Houses Of The Holy. What's going on?
Tool's Download Festival set made us eternally grateful and super excited to see them finally headlining festivals again
Festival goers have been coping with the atrocious weather at #Drownload with good old fashioned humour
Ray Burton, father of late Metallica bassist Cliff Burton, remembers the formative years of the rock icon.
Tubular Bells' iconic status grows as the years pass, its importance underlined when Mike Oldfield performed it at the opening ceremony for the 2012 London Olympics
California’s starriest hobby band, Hollywood Vampires, pull back the covers for their second album Rise
Timely defiance from E Street Band legend Little Steven, with new album Summer Of Sorcery
Thirty-five years down the road and The Quireboys still sound fresh on 12th album Amazing Disgrace
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers' career-spanning double CD compilation, also available on quadruple vinyl
Conceived as a stop-gap release, the second Guns N’ Roses album remains a remarkable one-off – in every sense.
From Mott The Hoople, a band that had two lives: a collection drawn from their fist and most exciting one