A Look back at the top stories from this past week
Original Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward says he needs an apology from Ozzy Osbourne over remarks in recent years before he considers any conversations that might lead to a reunion of the groundbreaking UK metal band
Vivian Campbell reportedly revealed in a new interview that he and his Def Leppard bandmates will all have a lead vocal on their upcoming album
Jack White has announced plans to play a series of acoustic shows before taking an extended break from live performances
Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett dropped some hints this week as to the direction the band's sound is taking on the new music they are writing for their forthcoming album
Zakk Wylde looks back in a new 'Behind The Scenes' clip for VH1 Classic's That Metal Show on how his 1995 audition with Guns N' Roses led to the formation of his band Black Label Society
A Nirvana concert in their living room for an audience of two people can be seen in the latest preview clip from the forthcoming documentary, 'Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck.'
An online auction will be kicking off this weekend featuring 'personal items' from 'the private collection' of former Pantera bass player Rex Brown
Roger Waters will reissue his 1991 album, 'Amused To Death', on July 24. The updated version of Waters third solo record will include a new 5.1 surround remix of the album on high-definition Blu-ray audio and a new remastered stereo mix
Disturbed frontman David Draiman loved the video that spoofed his band's music and thought it was 'hysterical.'