X Japan’s Yoshiki Donates $89,000 for Flood Disaster Relief in Japan
'I will continue to engage in charity activities as long as I am working as an artist,' Yoshiki said.
Deicide Debut ‘Excommunicated’ From Upcoming Album ‘Overtures of Blasphemy’
The Florida death metal legends return with their 12th studio album.
In This Moment Duo Share New Song ‘The Calling’ From ‘Dark Nights: Metal’ Soundtrack
'Ever since Chris and I started working together in In This Moment, we've fantasized about working on things like this,' vocalist Maria Brink said.
Smashing Pumpkins’ Tour Opener Includes Greatest Hits, Led Zeppelin + David Bowie Covers
The band also played their biggest hits and number of interesting covers.
Corey Taylor’s Son Griffin Joins Dad’s Band Stone Sour Onstage for the Second Time
Griffin Taylor was back onstage with his dad, Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor, to sing on 'Song #3' in Lisbon.
System of a Down’s Daron Malakian: Band Remains at Frustrating Creative Impasse With Serj …
'I have an album ready. If it was up to me, System would have never gone on hiatus,' Malakian said.
Amy Lee Confirms Evanescence Are Planning First Studio Album Since 2011
'I've got a nice little pile that's been building up over the years,' she said.
Scott Weiland’s Two Children Awarded Monthly Payments of $4,000
The kids will receive the payments until they turn 18.
30 Years Ago: Pantera Release ‘Power Metal’
In 1988, Pantera released their first disc with Philip Anselmo, an album called 'Power Metal.'
15 Years Ago: Metallica Release ‘St. Anger’ Amid Band Turmoil
On June 5, 2003, Metallica made good on their promise to experiment and battled internal relations along the way while making 'St. Anger.'
8 Years Ago: Slipknot Bassist Paul Gray Dies
On May 24, 2010, the body of Slipknot bassist Paul Gray was found in a Johnston, Iowa hotel room.
Most Precious Blood Member Turned Politician Seeks to Ban Hidden Fees on Concert Tickets
The hardcore musician was elected to the New York City Council in November 2017.