Former Queensryche singer Geoff Tate says he’s looking forward to ending his use of the band name with a certain amount of relief – because it no longer stands for what it once did.
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A disturbed Soundgarden fan was arrested on Friday after being accused of stalking Chris Cornell and his family for months.
Primus have confirmed the band’s original lineup will release a concept album in October, inspired by the soundtrack to classic movie Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory.
A string of acts lined up to play next month’s crowdfunded Alt-Fest are reporting it has been cancelled – but there is still no official word from organisers.
Two classic Wings albums are to be re-released as standard and deluxe editions.
Hot on the trail of his appearance at the Le Mans Classic, AC/DC singer Brian Johnson will put the foot down once again this weekend – this time behind the wheel of a Mini.
Slash has recorded a short film congratulating Classic Rock magazine for publishing its 200th edition. The guitarist, whose next album World On Fire is released as a Classic Rock fanpack, is effusive in his praise for Classic Rock.
Former Lostprophets guitarist Lee Gaze says Ian Watkins would have been “killed on the spot” if he had come clean about his horrendous crimes.
With the deluxe editions of Led Zeppelin’s first three albums all hitting the top ten in the US, the band will be hoping for similar success with the next pair of reissues, due for release on October 27.
Kiss frontman Paul Stanley has called Gene Simmons a “terrific partner” and stated his long-term friend and collaborator is “irreplaceable” within the band.