3 Doors Down + Collective Soul Announce ‘Rock & Roll Express’ Tour
The train keeps a rollin' all summer long with the 'Rock & Roll Express Tour,' co-headlined by 3 Doors Down and Collective Soul with Soul Asylum supporting!
Listen to Metallica Songs with the Bass and Guitar Parts Switched
Ever think about what Metallica songs might sound like with the guitar and bass parts switched? Wonder no more, as two aspiring musicians have done just that!
Pearl Jam Announce First Album in Five Years + Release New Song
Following the release of a brand new song over the weekend, Pearl Jam have announced an upcoming album. It'll be the first from the grunge legends since 2013.
‘The Osbournes’ Set to Return Next Month… As a Podcast
Ozzy Osbourne and family are getting back together to do a 10-episode podcast series beginning March 5.
Metallica + Vans Third Collaboration Arrives Tomorrow
Metallica and Vans are back at it, partnering up for a third time on a collection of footwear, apparel and accessories. The latest line will debut Feb. 16.
D’Arcy Wretzky Releases Texts With Billy Corgan Over Smashing Pumpkins Reunion
Following yesterday's back and forth, D'Arcy Wretzky has released a handful of texts between herself and Billy Corgan regarding the Smashing Pumpkins reunion.
David Lee Roth Impostor Denied Bail on Sex Crime Charges
A man who gained notoriety years ago for impersonating David Lee Roth is back in the news and facing much more serious charges of sex crimes against young girls.
Motorhead Guitarist ‘Fast’ Eddie Clarke Dead at 67
Motorhead guitarist 'Fast' Eddie Clarke, who was an integral part of the band's classic lineup, has died after battling pneumonia.
Chester Bennington’s Widow Asks Fans to Stop Leaving Items at Home Where He Died
A permanent memorial site for Bennington is currently being chosen.
Shinedown’s Zach Myers: ‘The New Album Is Done’ + ‘Heavier’ Than ‘Threat to Survival’
The follow up to Shinedown's 2015 album 'Threat to Survival' is finished says guitarist Zach Myers, who adds the new record is heavier than its predecessor.