A giant 2.2metre statue of Motorhead's Lemmy will be erected in Burslem as Stoke-on-Trent Council approves plans
Harmonic Divergence sees Steven Wilson's The Harmony Codex remixed by Mogwai, Manic Street Preachers, Craig Blundell and more...
Linkin Park announce new singles compilation and release video for previously unreleased song Friendly Fire
Fears grow that Britain's festival culture is under threat as some formerly high-profile events are forced to sit out summer 2024
Bassist Tim Commerford addresses Rage Against The Machine's alleged split and admits his prostate cancer diagnosis affected him on the band's ill-fated comeback tour
Ville Valo explains what he misses most about HIM, but says he's still planning on working on a sequel to Neon Noir in 2024
If you're hoping to see Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong and Mike Dirnt play London with their covers band prepare to dig deep for a ticket
Upset that the evilest band in thrash metal’s Big Four is back together? The wife of guitarist Gary Holt has the solution for you!
Eight more Tracks Of The Week contestants steel themselves for battle as we take a look back at last week's titanic contest
With a pioneering sound, packed-out San Francisco shows and a kinship with Metallica, Lääz Rockit could have been the fifth part of the Big Four. So why did they call it quits as early as 1992?
Tom Petty’s daughters, ex-bandmates and peers look back on the life of an American legend
1984 was the year that metal broke big in America, but these 10 albums don't always get the dues they deserve
Joe Strummer knew that The Clash's days were numbered long before he fired Mick Jones from the band
Keyboardist Hugh Banton on deciding not to emulate Keith Emerson’s stage persona, how he got the band signed, and why it took him so long to accept the “prog” label
Motörhead leader Lemmy Kilmister recorded a solo album with Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl, The Damned, Joan Jett and more during his final years. Almost a decade after his death, where on earth is it?!
After his glory days as Ozzy Osbourne's right-hand man in the 80s and personal tragedy in the 90s, Jake E Lee vanished for 15 years: In 2013, he stepped back into the spotlight
With some top tunes, a vintage clavinet and a battery of effects plastered all over it, Degüello successfully updated ZZ Top’s old-school blues and pointed the way towards future superstardom
Live At The Palladium 2023 is a four CD set that revisits Rick Wakeman's classic solo works and Yes
Idles may have traded aggression and abrasion for melody and mindfulness on new album Tangk, but they're still a thrillingly liberating force of nature live
Prog maestro and former Genesis man Steve Hackett extends his catalogue on wide-ranging solo album The Circus And The Nightwhale
Blackberry Smoke's eighth album Be Right Here delivers stomp, soul, country, and rock and roll in equal measure
Prog-leaning art rockers The Pineapple Thief self-edit in style on punchy 15th album It Leads To This
Growing Eyes Becoming String is the 16th album from psychedelic shoegaze veterans The Telescopes
UFO's sixth album Lights Out gets the traditional deluxe makeover, just don't believe the hype
Once again into the mystic, my friends, with the seventh album from psychedelic Britrockers Kula Shaker
Paul McCartney's mega-selling third post-Beatles album Band On The Run gets thoroughly de-belled and de-whistled