Ace Frehley: The Time He Punched Tommy Thayer
Before Thayer replaced Ace in KISS, he was the band's road manager.
Randy Blythe Auctions Off Grammy Medallion for Over $3,000
The funds will go to his sister-in-law, who is battling Stage 3 breast cancer.
Foo Fighters Plan to ‘Take a Break’ Before Recording New Album
Grohl says, 'I can see the next record, I know that there is another one there, I don’t know when but I think I know what we should do.'
Chevelle Unleash ‘In Debt to the Earth’ From ’12 Bloody Spies’ Rarities Effort
The song was originally an iTunes bonus track for their 2007 album ‘Vena Sera.’
KISS Not Interested in Recording New Album Before Farewell Tour
Paul Stanley: 'I think everything we've done so far speaks volumes and it's enough of a legacy.'
Imagine Dragons Reveal ‘Origins’ Album Release Details
The Las Vegas rockers will release their fourth album ‘Origins’ on Nov. 9.
Ex-Ghost Guitarist Says ‘Something Horrible’ Made Him Quit Band
Persner says he quit the Swedish metal band after ‘something horrible happened.’
Pearl Jam Working to Combat Homelessness in Washington State
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers are teaming up with local leaders to ensure every young person in Seattle and King County, Washington has a home by 2020.
Metallica’s Show Could Be Heard Miles Away and People Were Pissed
A truly fitting moment for metal.
Hollywood Undead + Cypress Hill Reveal ‘West Coast High’ Tour Dates
The 22-date tour kicks off in Anaheim, Calif. on Feb. 19 and wraps on March 24 in Las Vegas.
Foo Fighters Have Been Approached About Playing the Super Bowl
Grohl has had "multiple conversations over the years" about the Foos playing the Super Bowl, but the band has never received an official offer.
Led Zeppelin May Be Preparing to Stream Archival Concerts
The band filed paperwork to trademark "The Led Zeppelin Experience" to provide “non-downloadable prerecorded music online via a global computer network.”