All of today's top music news stories
Phil Rudd has vowed he'll be behind the drumkit when AC/DC tour the world next year. He's on bail after being charged with threatening to kill and possession of drugs in November
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has hinted the band are planning to follow up this year's touring with more shows in 2015.
Southern rock legends Lynyrd Skynyrd have announced that they will be recording two special hometown shows, where they will be performing their first two albums, for a new DVD and television special
A new report suggests that former Megadeth members Chris Broderick and Shawn Drover have recruited ex-Scar the Martyr singer Henry Derek Bonner for their new band, but a member of the group says that the news didn't come from them
Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian agrees with Gene Simmons that illegal downloading is responsible for the music industry's inability to support the development of new artists
The Scorpions will kick off their 50th anniversary celebrations in 2015 with the release of Return To Forever on February 23
In Flames have announced that they will be following up their tour with Opeth by launching a new North American headline tour leg next year with support from Wovenwar and All That Remains
Flotsam and Jetsam have revealed that they have recruited Shadow's Fall drummer Jason Bitter to replace Kelly Smith, who is leaving the group to focus on his family
Blink-182's Tom DeLonge says he wants to record the band's next album somewhere other than a studio.