A mass of hard-hitting rock bands took to the Chilean installment of Lollapalooza 2013, boasting brilliant performances and insane jam sessions. Not only did Pearl Jam and Queens of the Stone Age deliver full sets, but members of each act joined their respective counterparts for some Pearl / Queens collaborations in front of the 70,000-person crowd.
Volbeat's 'Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies' album arrives next week, but the band has an early treat for their fans. They've made 'Room 24,' their collaboration with famous Mercyful Fate leader King Diamond, available to their fans as a free download.
Trying to get some where fast? Need to get there like you are driving a race car? Well, be careful and listen to these three songs. These will inspire that need for speed and get your heart racing for the whole trip.
Black Sabbath's '13' album has primarily been something for metalheads to converse about over the last few months, but now we're getting our first glimpses of the band's highly anticipated release, as the group has just revealed the album artwork and offered up a song snippet, as well.
Fans expecting to wait another long week before getting a chance to listen to Stone Sour’s ‘House of Gold & Bones Part 2’ from start to finish are in for a treat. The band is streaming the whole disc now exclusively on their website. Click below to listen.
AC/DC guitarist Angus Young may be one of the unlikeliest guitar heroes in rock music, simply for the fact that he's not trying to be a guitar hero at all. Far from the flashy pyrotechnics of many of hard rock and metal's most celebrated players, Young's artistry lies in his ability to use the simplest chords and scales to build musical tension and excitement.
Like many of their contemporaries, the Who adapted to the constantly evolving '60s music scene by expanding their scope and sound. They just did it better than almost everyone else. They started off combining Pete Townshend's guitar-powere
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