5 Reasons Judas Priest Should Be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Judas Priest has released a string of classics while becoming a sturdy influence on legions of acts.
That Time Van Halen Reunited With David Lee Roth
It was an epic night for Van Halen fans who had been longing for the band's original singer to reaffirm his position at the mic.
Double the ‘Destruction': 13 Songs That Could Have Been on Guns N’ Roses’ Debut Album
Guns N’ Roses' Appetite for Destruction remains one of the greatest, game-changing rock albums in history.
Former Manager Noel E. Monk Uncovers the Truth Behind All Those Van Halen Rumors: Exclusiv…
Noel E. Monk talks about the release of his new book on Van Halen, 'Runnin’ with the Devil,' and the false rumors that keep cropping up about the band.
10 Crazy Tales From the New Van Halen Book ‘Runnin’ With the Devil’
The golden age of Van Halen with David Lee Roth at the helm has never really been dished on, unless you count the singer’s own somewhat scattershot 1997 autobiography, Crazy From the Heat.
That Time Jimmy Page Returned With ‘Death Wish II’ Soundtrack
The death of drummer John Bonham in September 1980 didn’t just spell the end of Led Zeppelin. For a time, the surviving members of the band disappeared completely from the spotlight.
25 Years Ago: Aerosmith Take a Deep Dive Into Their Past With ‘Pandora’s Box’
Spread out across three discs, this Aerosmith collection delivered something for everyone.
That Time the Van Halen-David Lee Roth Reunion Turned to S—
Van Halen's brief mid-'90s reunion with original frontman David Lee Roth ended with a thud – or, more specifically, a scathing open letter from Roth.
25 Years Ago: Red Hot Chili Peppers Go Mainstream With ‘Blood Sugar Sex Magik’
The Red Hot Chili Peppers became major rock stars with their fifth album.
AC/DC Play Last ‘Rock or Bust’ Show in Philadelphia: Photos, Set List, Review
We've got photos, the set list and a full report from the last show on AC/DC's Rock or Bust tour.
When Mr. Bungle’s Debut Polarized Faith No More Fans
The success of Faith No More's 'The Real Thing' allowed singer Mike Patton to score a record deal for his first band, Mr. Bungle.
The Day Jim Morrison Was Buried
When Doors singer Jim Morrison died on July 3, 1971, in Paris at the age of 27, all the requisite boxes were ticked for an old-fashioned mystery.