Matthew Wilkening is the Editor in Chief of UltimateClassicRock.com and Diffuser.fm. He is determined to raise his children in a world without competitive singing television shows.
‘Kiss Rocks Vegas’ Blu-Ray, Vinyl, CD and Deluxe Editions Announced
The latest Kiss live album will be made available in a dizzying variety of home video and audio formats.
20 Things We Learned During Axl Rose’s New Q&A Session
Axl Rose shares his thoughts on Guns N' Roses, AC/DC, the music industry and a possible autobiography.
Motley Crue Bare All in ‘The End': Movie Review
You certainly can't accuse Motley Crue of holding anything back with 'The End,' a concert film chronicling their breakup and final performance.
Axl Rose Is Back on His Feet (Partially)
Axl Rose proved that his broken foot is beginning to heal by walking on stage for the encore of AC/DC's May 16 concert in Werchter, Belgium.
Prince Year by Year: 1977-2016 Photographs
We look at Prince's life and career through photographs of every one of his years in the public eye.
Ace Frehley, ‘Origins Vol. 1′: Album Review
A full covers album from Ace Frehley was probably inevitable, right?
Guns N’ Roses’ 20 Most Historic Concerts
These 20 performances capture the excitement, majesty and chaos Guns N' Roses have brought into the rock world.
Rod Stewart vs. David Bowie: March Mullet Madness
Two of rock's biggest names (and most fashion-conscious icons), Rod Stewart and David Bowie, have reached the finals of our March Mullet Madness competition.
The Story of Led Zeppelin’s Most Diverse Album, ‘Houses of the Holy’
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant look back on Led Zeppelin's fifth and arguably most eclectic album, which was released on March 28, 1973.
That Time Robert Plant Got Horny and Loud on ‘Manic Nirvana’
After acknowledging and re-incorporating his Led Zeppelin past into his solo career for the first time with 1988's Now and Zen, Robert Plant really turned the "Hammer of the Gods" loose on his fifth studio album, 1990's perfectly titled Manic Nirvana.
The Troubled History of Van Halen’s ‘III’ With New Singer Gary Cherone
Van Halen's recording career hit its first major road bump with the release of 'III,' an album that debuted their third singer.
25 Years Ago: David Coverdale and Jimmy Page Make an Album Together
Jimmy Page and David Coverdale, two veterans eager to prove themselves outside of their famous bands, joined forces on the album Coverdale/Page, which was released on March 15, 1993.