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.
Vinnie Paul to Be Honored With All-Star Tribute at Aftershock + Louder Than Life Fests
Members of Hellyeah, Five Finger Death Punch, Korn, Godsmack, Deftones, Shinedown, Sevendust, GWAR, Bullet For My Valentine, Body Count and more are set to perform.
Attend a Metallica Show, Get a Free Download of the Concert
Learn how you can immortalize your night seeing Metallica.
31 Years Ago: Metallica Unleash ‘…And Justice for All’
On Aug. 25, 1988, Metallica released '...And Justice For All,' the follow-up to 'Master of Puppets' and their first album without Cliff Burton.
‘Pearl Jam: Home and Away’ Exhibit Features Statue of Mother Love Bone’s Andrew Wood
The late Mother Love Bone vocalist is being saluted with a statue commissioned by Jeff Ament at Pearl Jam's 'Home and Away' exhibition in Seattle.
Aerosmith’s Original Touring Van Discovered in Woods by ‘American Pickers’
Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry and original guitarist Ray Tabano confirmed that the vehicle was authentic.
36 Years Ago: Iron Maiden Release ‘Piece of Mind’
It’s easy to understand why Iron Maiden’s 'Piece of Mind' remains one of bassist Steve Harris’ favorite albums.
40 Years Ago: Black Sabbath Release ‘Never Say Die!’
On Sept. 28, 1978, Black Sabbath released 'Never Say Die!,' their final album with Ozzy Osbourne for three decades.
35 Years Ago: Motley Crue Release ‘Shout at the Devil’
For rebellious youth, 'Shout at the Devil,' which came out Sept. 26, 1983, had all the ingredients of a deviant misadventure.
30 Years Ago: Motley Crue Release ‘Dr. Feelgood’
Five albums into their career, Mötley Crüe were unapologetically obsessed with crafting the kind of sticky, sleazy hard rock that defined MTV hair metal.
42 Years Ago: Motorhead Release Their Self-Titled Debut Album
On Aug. 21, 1977, Motorhead began their career ascent with their self-titled album.
33 Years Ago: Ozzy Osbourne Exonerated in ‘Suicide Solution’ Fan Death Lawsuit
On Aug. 7, 1986, a judge tossed out a lawsuit against Ozzy Osbourne and his record labels tying the song 'Suicide Solution' to the death of a teen.