15 Years Ago: Philadelphia Riot Ends Guns N’ Roses Tour Early
St. Louis in 1991. Montreal 13 months later. Vancouver in 2002. The list of riots sparked by Guns N’ Roses at their concerts is probably longer than any other rock act,
35 Years Ago: Sammy Hagar Hits Solo Stride With ‘Three Lock Box’
Sammy Hagar hit a nerve with his sixth album, 1981’s 'Standing Hampton.' Then came the follow-up.
Book Alleges Bon Scott Was Going to Quit AC/DC: Exclusive Excerpt
On Nov. 7, 'Bon: The Last Highway – The Untold Story of Bon Scott and AC/DC’s Back in Black' will be published.
What Happened to the Survivors of the Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash?
During the decades since Lynyrd Skynyrd's horrific 1977 plane crash, some initial survivors have passed away, while others did their best to endure.
35 Years Ago: Bauhaus Flirt With the Unorthodox on ‘The Sky’s Gone Out’
Bauhaus' third album melded Goth with more experimental compositions.
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.
10 Years Ago: Van Halen Reunite 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.
Depeche Mode Albums Ranked in Order of Awesomeness
Since their debut in 1980, Depeche Mode have come to define the synth-pop genre like no other. We've ranked all their albums in order of awesomeness.
35 Years Ago: The Who Kick Off Their First Farewell Tour
A little more than three years after drummer Keith Moon died, the Who were feeling out of sorts with each other, musically and onstage.
30 Years Ago: Metallica Bounce Back from Tragedy With ‘Garage Days Re-Revisited’
Metallica's 'Garage Days Re-Revisited' gave the band a chance to continue healing after the death of Cliff Burton, and a low-pressure way to begin recording with Jason Newsted.