Atlanta's Blackberry Smoke are to release a six-track acoustic EP: watch the video for Run Away From It All
Guns N’ Roses release lyric video for their track Move To The City - taken from the band’s Appetite For Destruction remaster
Muse release video for their new track Something Human - taken from the band’s next studio album
Rod Stewart will release his new studio album Blood Red Roses in September - listen to lead track Didn’t I
John Carpenter will tour across the UK and Europe this October in support of his latest album Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998
The Mission guitarist Simon Hinkler will release his new solo EP titled Moving On in September
Def Leppard cover Depeche Mode’s Personal Jesus and re-record Hysteria for Spotify Singles Session
Pink Floyd compilation from 2011 will be released on vinyl for the very first time in September
Marvels Of Modern Music online auction features items by artists including Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Ramones, Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Boston’s Brad Delp and Prince
Upcoming Queen and Freddie Mercury biopic gets an extended trailer - film due for release in November
Chris Shiflett will sell 20 guitars from his personal collection online later this week - including the Firebird he played in the All My Life video
Primus will play 14 dates across the US in support of their latest album The Desaturating Seven later this year
The story behind Rage Against The Machine's nude, wordless protest at Lollapalooza in Philadelphia
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Overdoses, divorce and too much drink, but with a health scare that nearly killed him and the In Step album to make, Stevie Ray Vaughan looked like he was finally getting back on track...
Your reviews of The Black Crowes' Southern Harmony And Musical Companion: the exhilarating sound of a band hitting its stride... or is it?
Trent Reznor's merry men return with an album that sounds "like the end of music" and a bit like Slaves "if they were strapped to the bonnet of a truck with their nipples wired up to the battery and their arses stuffed full of asbestos."
Reissue with-added-live-tracks of Megadeth's debut reminds you of just how thrilling the band were.