We hope the Coventry audience (and anyone nearby) used earplugs...
Only in the new issue of Classic Rock – plus Porcupine Tree, Journey, Tedeschi Tracks Band, Dorothy, The Who, Michael Monroe, Kris Barras, The Moody Blues, The Gaslight Anthem and much more
The internet can't seem to work out whether it's Axl Rose singing, or Herbert from Family Guy
“There's just too much f**king stupid in the world to go back to that miserable f**king excuse for a country".
Actor Christian Bale reveals that Kate Bush's music was almost featured in the upcoming Thor film for a dance scene, but it was sadly taken out
Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen are special guests at Paul McCartney's headline set at Glastonbury
US heavy prog trio King's X reveal artwork and tracklisting for new album Three Sides Of One, out in September
Metallica's All Within My Hands foundation comes to the aid of of the victims from western Germany's catastrophic 2021 floods
Listen to the first track from Ozzy Osbourne's new album, Patient Number 9, due out in September
Queen's Live Killers may have lacked the gloss of their studio albums, but four decades on it stands as one of the best double live albums of the era
Ghost frontman Tobias Forge talks horror, "sicking in your mask", Glastonbury and his favourite ABBA song
In 1994 Aerosmith did something no other major band had ever done, and gave the world a glimpse of what was to come
Paul McCartney followed The Beatles by going back to basics with Wings and becoming a phenomenon all over again – here are 10 of the songs that got them there
Pinner's most flamboyant son, Elton John returns to London for a hit-rammed homecoming spectacular on night one of the BST Hyde Park concert series
The Starchild and The Demon ruffle each other's feathers ahead of Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve special in 1993
Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian talks friendship with Metallica, getting arrested with Cliff Burton and playing with the Big Four
From The Yardbirds and The Jeff Beck Group to jazz fusion and Stevie Wonder, guitar legend Jeff Beck looks back on his stellar career
Exclusive Released in June 1992, Faith No More's dark, twisted masterpiece Angel Dust killed their chances of superstardom. "We made a lot of stupid mistakes," admits bassist Bill Gould, 30 years on, "but we were honest"
The story of Brownsville Station, creators of the classic Smokin' In The Boys Room and Michigan’s biggest band of the glam era
In an episode left out of Danny Boyle’s Pistol, Malcolm McLaren once claimed that The Damned were ‘punk traitors’ and had them thrown off a tour. Here’s what really happened…
When Judas Priest's Rob Halford appeared on Australian TV for a censorship debate, he was the personification of charm and thoughtfulness
Steely Dan's Can't Buy A Thrill was the debut album from two of music's great smart-asses, or as one reviewer puts it, "Yacht rock captained by two cranky eggheads"
The solo side of Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie celebrated with a solid but flawed collection
Black Stone Cherry's Live From The Royal Albert Hall… Y’all is a momentary suspension of real life in favour of incendiary live performance
Littered with special guests, Voodoo Nation by Supersonic Blues Machine sets the modern blues bar ever higher
It's 13 years since Alexisonfire released Old Crows / Young Cardinals, but new album Otherness is a grand return
Anton Newcombe and Brian Jonestown Massacre return with another set of down-and-dirty rock’n’roll
Motherhood's fourth album Winded explores the natural world as it mirrors human suffering
What happened at John Frusciante's first UK show with Red Hot Chili Peppers in almost 15 years
Thought Elvis was a bloated old hack in a rhinestone-studded jumpsuit? Witness Elvis 2.0: the barrier-smashing revolutionary they tried to cancel…
Even with his voice failing, Tobias Forge managed to conjure up a triumphant headline set at Hellfest 2022
With heatwaves, thunderstorms and sunset rainbows, NIN's return to the UK was an epic of blockbuster proportions