In news that will surprise nobody, 79-year-old Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards says he's not a fan of rap music
Megadeth legend Dave Mustaine saw firsthand just how wild live shows got during the early days of thrash
Rod Stewart is still close to late British bluesman Long John Baldry, even though he died almost 20 years ago
Iron Maiden legend Bruce Dickinson has confirmed his first solo studio album since 2005's Tyranny Of Souls
There aren't many measures of success the Chilis will take second place to Uncle Kracker over, but this is one of them
A metalhead recently brought their golden retriever dog to a Motionless In White show, for reasons we're not totally sure of
Roger Waters will release Dark Side Of The Moon Redux on October 6 and premiere it at the London Palladium on October 8
“There was a lot of stuff that either wouldn’t have been written without me, or that I wrote and other people gave themselves credit for,” Corey Taylor says of Slipknot
The live version of Killing Floor is taken from a previously unheard recording made at the Hollywood Bowl in August 1967, when Hendrix was supporting The Mamas & The Papas
“When Iron Maiden are so haggard that we’d never put our pictures on an album cover, we can still make decent music – just put Eddie on the front!”
From Roxette and David Bowie to Iron Maiden and Slipknot, these are the records that made Lord Of The Lost frontman Chris Harms
Multiple sessions, countless takes and a drunken Brian Jones – how Jimi Hendrix claimed All Along The Watchtower as his own
Changing your sound is a bold step, but Slayer, Mötley Crüe and Kiss absolutely fumbled it
Director Russell Mulchay looks back on the classic 80s movie Highlander and its Queen soundtrack
Dismissed by many of their peers as grunge interlopers, Pearl Jam have out-written, out-sold and outlived most of those detractors – here we guide you through their albums
Released on September 22, 1998, Queens Of The Stone Age's debut album was Josh Homme's post-Kyuss declaration of independence, and the start of a wild new adventure for the 'Ginger Elvis'
Veteran proggers John Lees’ Barclay James Harvest play a pair of concerts this weekend backed by an 80-piece orchestra
From the Anthrax guitarist who is now a master watchmaker to the death metal bassist who hung out with "sweary Muppets", these are the most unique post-music career paths of metal musicians
An expanded version of Susan Tesdeschi's breakthrough album Just Won't Burn, 25 years on
Androgynous Atlantans Starbenders add volume to melodic nous on album number three, Take Back The Night
Ghost play to more than 30,000 people over two nights in Los Angeles – but did Cardinal Copia/Papa IV make it out alive?
Corey Taylor's second solo album CMF2 explores everything from glam and rap metal to country and punk
Once proud teenage hellraisers, Ash slide into their fourth decade as a band with their wide-eyed excitement for rock'n'roll thrills still firmly intact
Steven Wilson's version of Hawkwind's Warrior On The Edge Of Time gets a vinyl release. Can we let him have a go at Hall Of The Mountain Grill too?
Voyager's Fearless In Love: They may not have won Eurovision, but the Australian keytar kings (and queen) have delivered the feelgood sound of the summer
Soft Machine's Other Doors review: The fêted fusionists come knocking again with 12th studio album.