A new singer, a bass player missing in action and a distinct lack of partying: will someone make the case for Van Halen III?
An instant rock-down classic from The Struts on third album Strange Days (as long as you ignore the title track and Robbie Williams)
Backed into a corner in the fourth round, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown come out fighting on Pressure
Tom Petty’s Rick Rubin-produced, second solo album Wildflowers, as it was originally intended
In which we ask our Album Of The Week regulars to put aside any hatin' business and give Nickelback's All The Right Reasons a fair crack of the whip
John Lennon's Gimme Some Truth is part of rock’s fabric, and here it gets a brand new lustre
The Symbol Remains is the first new album in 19 years from ultimate cult rockers Blue Oyster Cult
Fiftieth-anniversary five-LP/four-CD edition of Black Sabbath's Paranoid metal landmark, expanded with live recordings
American metal grunts DevilDriver return with the first of a double dose of heaviness on Dealing With Demons I
Seamy tales from a downtown LA Hard Rock Café as The Doors mark the 50th anniversary of Morrison Hotel
An album stuffed with jokes that haven't aged well, made to make a quick buck? Or is there something more to Frank Zappa's most commercial album, Sheik Yerbouti?
Marmite's very own Nickelback revisit their mega-selling fifth album All The Right Reasons
Bob Mould's Distortion: 1989-1995 gathers solo gems and Sugar’s brilliance together in a beautiful box set of vinyl magic
Digging Deep: Subterranea is a journey through Robert Plant's solo recordings, from Pictures at Eleven in onwards
Swiss rockers Gotthard assemble previously unheard recordings to build an unplugged tribute album, Steve Lee: The Eyes Of A Tiger