Chad has been writing about music since the mid '90s in genres ranging from mainstream pop to extreme metal. His work has appeared in numerous magazines and websites across the globe. He's currently the heavy metal editor for About.com and contributes to many other publications. Chad has worked in radio for more than a quarter century and resides in Charlotte.
The Melvins to Play Prior to Noise Pop Screening of ‘The Colossus of Destiny…’ Documentary
The Melvins will perform ahead of a Noise Pop screening of their 'The Colossus of Destiny' documentary.
Vocalist Joshua Alan Exits Bobby Blotzer’s Ratt
Bobby Blotzer's version of Ratt just suffered a setback as vocalist Joshua Alan has exited the band.
Amaranthe Unveil Heist-Themed ‘Boomerang’ Video Ahead of North American Tour
Watch the new Amaranthe heist-themed video for 'Boomerang' here.
Sammy Hagar Reveals Guests for Season 2 of ‘Rock and Roll Road Trip,’ Will Speak at SXSW
Sammy Hagar has teased which guests will join him for Season 2 of his 'Rock and Roll Road Trip' show and also been confirmed to speak at SXSW.
Chickenfoot Unveil New Song ‘Divine Termination’
Chickenfoot have released 'Divine Termination,' their first new song in five years.
Zakk Wylde’s Zakk Sabbath to Embark on First Headlining Tour This Spring
Zakk Wylde and his Zakk Sabbath cohorts will hit the road for their first major headlining tour this spring.
Blink-182 Drummer Travis Barker Puts L.A. Home on the Market for $4.75 Million
Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker has decided to sell his Los Angeles home for an asking price of $4.75 million.
King’s X, Dokken + Korn Members to Release New KXM Album in March
KXM, the band featuring members of King's X, Dokken and Korn, will issue their second album 'Scatterbrain' in March.
Life of Agony Set to Unleash New Album ‘A Place Where There’s No More Pain’ in April
Life of Agony have revealed release details for their next album, 'A Place Where There's No More Pain.'
Stone Sour Post Bonus Material From ‘Come What(ever) May’ Reissue
The 10th anniversary edition of Stone Sour's Come What(Ever) May was released, and it includes the original album along with bonus material.