Here are the 10 leading news stories and features from the last week on TeamRock.com.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, Star Wars actor Oscar Isaac was in a handful of ska punk bands.
Tera Wray, the widow of the late Static-X frontman Wayne Static, died last week. She was 33. The news was confirmed by the former adult film star’s attorney Michael Fattorosi on Twitter.
It seems Metallica’s lawyer got a bit heavy-handed with a Canadian tribute band. Find out how it unfolded…
Should more bands follow Trivium’s lead and tour the towns a little off the UK circuit’s beaten track?
Does anyone genuinely care about the Guns N’ Roses reunion?
Here’s the inside story of the late David Bowie’s 1973 album Aladdin Sane.
Dave Grohl turned 47 last week. Instead of a lavish present, we dug up a fact for each year he’s spent on earth. Better than a gift token, right?
Is there anything more rock’n’roll than litigation? We gave it a few moment’s thought and decided that was a daft question. Of course there is.
The stars came out in their droves to pay tribute to the late Motörhead frontman Lemmy in Los Angeles. The ceremony was streamed live on YouTube and is available to watch on demand. Check out The Classic Rock Magazine Show’s very own tribute here.
David Bowie’s influence on music was wide and far-reaching. Dig around in any metal musician’s record collection and you’ll probably find a few of his classic albums…