35 Years Ago: Slayer Unleash Their Debut Album ‘Show No Mercy’
On Dec. 3, 1983, Slayer started their legendary metal career with the release of their debut album, 'Show No Mercy.'
Three Years Ago: Scott Weiland Dies From Drug Overdose
On Dec. 3, 2015, iconic Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland died of a drug overdose while on tour with Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts.
Chevelle: The Story of an Estranged Brother + Rarities Album
The Loeffler brothers go in-depth in this exclusive interview.
38 Years Ago: Motorhead Burst Into Metal Mainstream ‘Ace of Spades’
It came out Nov. 8, 1980.
Interview: What Does ‘Post Traumatic’ Mean to Mike Shinoda?
He talks about closing his solo shows with 'In the End' too.
Gibson Guided Out of Bankruptcy by Former Rocker Turned Businessman
Many blamed longtime Chief Executive Officer Henry Juszkiewicz for the company's financial decline, while Nat Zilkha is receiving credit for its recent turn.
Coheed and Cambria Land a Captive Audience With ‘Old Flames’ Video
Frontman Claudio Sanchez removes his serial killer mask and starts to sing while the band chugs away.
Limp Bizkit Guitarist Wes Borland Gets Lost in Mosh Pit
'Wes, can you hear me? Is he giving me a signal? Everybody get down... I can't see Wes!' frontman Fred Durst exclaimed from the stage.
Guns N’ Roses Asked by Malaysian Wildlife Organization to Not Traumatize the Animals
Friends of the Orangutans fear the volume from the concert will have a negative impact on the 150 species of animals at the Wildlife Park.
Pearl Jam Raise $11 Million to End Youth Homelessness
In addition to thanking those who have shown interest in The Home Shows, Pearl Jam urged fans to get personally involved in the fight.
Watch Drummer Cover Korn’s ‘Freak on a Leash’ in a Cornfield
The shots of Fleury expertly replicating former drummer David Silveria's beats are impressive.
Ministry to Celebrate 30th Anniversary of ‘The Land of Rape and Honey,’ Launch Tour in Nov…
'It’s kind of a shame that some of the same topics I was railing about then are still pertinent now. Time flies, but nothing changes,' says Jourgensen.