Going solo following nine years in Biters, Georgia rocker Tuk Smith recalls lessons learned, growing up and Bruce Springsteen.
Steel Panther has once again delivered a solid record with Heavy Metal Rules. As expected, the album is full of sexism, sarcasm, and spandex! If you are easily offended, walk away now. (You have been warned.)
Playing for a sold-out crowd at Whisky a Go-Go in West Hollywood, Steel Panther threw a full-on party to celebrate the release of their fifth album, Heavy Metal Rules, with support from L.A. rock n’ rollers California.
Author Christopher Long recounts his 45-year journey as a fanatic KISS freak culminating with the band’s recent “End of the Road” show at Sunrise, FL’s BB&T Center on August 6, 2019.
Due November 17th via Zube Records, London, UK rockers Bexatron are quickly approaching the release of their fiery full-length Hey You!. Today we’re stoked to offer up the exclusive premiere of the new “Dirty Disco” music video!
Sick N’ Beautiful explore the Element Of Sex with their latest record – because what’s not to love about a group of aliens playing catchy, electronica-driven metal?
On Tuesday night we weren’t lookin’ for nothin’ but a good time, and that’s exactly what we got as Poison rocked the Budweiser Stage, along with Cheap Trick and Pop Evil!
For 40 years now, Saxon have been one of the most reliable bands in the British hard rock and classic metal scene. Feast on the reissues of three diverse records in their genre-spanning run – Denim & Leather, Power & The Glory, and Crusader.
Every couple of years or so, iconic shock rocker Alice Cooper brings his half-century-sized trunk full of fun to wow his legions of fans at a sold-out Casino Rama Entertainment Centre.
Originally released on October 2nd, 2017, Santa Barbara, CA’s The DTEASE are now debuting the official music video for their tasty punk single “Slapshot”.
Arizona’s Remember The Monsters have previewed their debut full-length record, The Pieces Remain with the single “Romeo & Juliet.”
Anticipation was at an all-time high at Tupelo Music Hall on Thursday, October 12, 2017, with everyone waiting to see and hear Tom Keifer.
Tony Burgess is a Canadian author, poet and musician who saw the birth of punk in the ’70s in Toronto. We caught up with this talented human to see what makes him tick.