37 Years Ago: Nikki Sixx Forms Motley Crue
On Jan. 17, 1981, Nikki Sixx formed Motley Crue after leaving London. Get the full story behind the band's beginnings.
Axl Rose: The White House Is the ‘Gold Standard of What Can Be Considered Disgraceful’
See what has the Guns N' Roses singer all fired up.
Ace Frehley to Bring the ‘New York Groove’ to 2018 NHL Winter Classic
It's New Year's tradition to start things off with a little KISS... well, almost for the NHL.
Alice Cooper Issues Enigmatic ‘The Sound of A’ Video – Exclusive Premiere
Watch the video for Alice Cooper's chilling 'Paranormal' track 'The Sound of A.'
Geezer Butler Has 120 New Riffs Written, Open to One-Off Black Sabbath Show
Hopefully we get some new music from Geezer Butler sooner than later.
Charles Manson Dead at 83
The leader behind one of the most infamous mass murder in American history has died after living out his life in prison since 1971.
Rockers React to the Death of AC/DC’s Malcolm Young
See what rock and metal artists have had to say about the loss of AC/DC legend Malcolm Young.
AC/DC Guitarist and Co-Founder Malcolm Young Dies at 64
R.I.P. to the guitarist of one of the greatest rock bands in history.
Gene Simmons’ Crude Behavior Results in Lifetime Ban at Fox News Headquarters
It looks like there will be less of Gene Simmons on your TV in the future.
Ian Gillan Ponders the Concept of Infinity, Talks Finality of Deep Purple: ‘The End Is Nig…
In our interview with Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan, we discussed an anecdote from his autobiography on the concept of infinity, the band's current tour + more.
36 Years Ago: Motley Crue Self-Release Their Debut Album ‘Too Fast For Love’
On Nov. 10, 1981, Motley Crue self-released their debut album 'Too Fast For Love.'
Black Sabbath Share Last Ever ‘N.I.B.’ Performance From ‘The End’ Concert Film
Your love for Black Sabbath has just got to be real!