From Ancient Egypt to Day on The Green, progressive metallers Akkadian take us on a time-travelling trip through history.
“If there ever was a musician who was an honorary member of San Francisco society, Mr. Peter Frampton!” The…
1973 was one hell of a year for bombastic classics. Simply fathom Jimmy Page joining The Rolling Stones. That…
The Rolling Stones have released a new single, and accompanying video, titled “Living In A Ghost Town.” The song,…
Out November 8th via Eagle Rock Entertainment, The Rolling Stones have hit pay dirt once again with Bridges to Buenos Aires, a live release from their 1998 shows in the Argentinean capital; it’s classic Stones, and it’s a hell of a good time.
We connected with Killing Joke singer and keyboardist Jaz Coleman, and spoke about the new album Magna Invocatio (Spinefarm Records), working with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Paul Raven, and forty years of the band.
For the latest instalment in our Stereo Six series, UK “gutter-trash rock n’ roll” group The Suicide Notes detail six albums that helped shape the writing and recording of their new release, Smoke It Like a Cigarette (Acoustic Sessions).
Doll Skin drummer, Meghan Herring, speaks openly about her passion for music and the realities of life on the road, as well as dishing on her band’s upcoming Hopeless Records album Love Is Dead And We Killed Her and U.S. summer tour with punk/pop kingpins, New Found Glory.
Dismissed frequently for being a disco record, “Dynasty” was EXACTLY the album that KISS needed at that time it was released — May 23, 1979. 40 years later, it stands tall as an impressive ROCK record.
The Rolling Stones continue to cement their truly elite status with the three-disc compilation album, Honk; a sprawling, stunning glimpse into the phenomenal catalogue of this legendary band.
With International Women’s Day just behind us, it’s time to honour our Top 5 female pioneering artists, including Poison Ivy, Suzi Quatro, Betty Davis, Goldie and The Gingerbreads and Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
As CRASH not only taught me a lot about artists that I have been following for decades, but also looks stunning, this may be my favorite book of 2018.
At Old Trafford on Tuesday, fifty thousand fans saw The Rolling Stones show why, after a career that is closing in on sixty fucking years, they are very much on their own in the category marked “untouchable.”