All of today's top music news stories
Led Zeppelin just announced the second phase of their reissue campaign, and up next will be deluxe reissues of the band's untitled fourth album (often referred to as 'IV'), originally released in 1971, and the follow-up, 1973's Houses of the Holy
Pete Wentz has offered to perform with pupils at a US high school after they were banned from playing a Fall Out Boy song
Pete Way has this week been given the all-clear after a battle with prostate cancer and he says his experience has left him more ashamed than ever of his drug-addled past
With Motley Crue on their farewell tour, Nikki Sixx is already looking ahead and has just announced the released of a new studio album from his other band Sixx A.M.
American ska punks Less Than Jake have recorded a track based on a story written by an 11-year-old boy to raise cash for charity. Warm Chicken was created for organization Sing Me A Story
A small issue like a drummer's heart attack isn't going to hold Primus back from their lofty plans.
While details are scarce about the folloup to Muse's album The 2nd Law, frontman Matt Bellamy let it slip last week during a Twitter Q&A that next summer's release may indeed be a bit more rockin'
If you are a fan of Big Star and were not alive in the '70s when the band released their music, chances are you came into contact with the first two Big Star albums as one album
Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee has given birth to her first child, a boy that she has named Jack Lion