A Look back at the top stories from this past week
Led Zeppelin have filed a response in a federal court in California to a copyright lawsuit over the creation of their 1971 classic, 'Stairway To Heaven.'
Ozzy Osbourne's wife and manager Sharon Osbourne 'collapsed from mental and physical fatigue' at her home on Friday and will be taking a month off from the CBS talk show 'The Talk'
Scott Weiland is 'still technically' a member of supergroup Art Of Anarchy, according to guitarist Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal.
A man died after falling from an overhead walkway onto protruding metal rods at a Chevelle concert. Kyle Kirchhoff, 24, was at the band's show in Chicago, USA, on Friday night when the accident took place
Slayer have confirmed their 11th album is called Repentless - after a song inspired by late guitarist Jeff Hanneman - and it'll be released via Nuclear Blast on September 11
The Rolling Stones launched their 15-city North American ZIP CODE stadium tour with a sold out show in San Diego at Petco Park on Sunday night, May 24th
Drummer Mac Poole - who once turned down the chance to join Led Zeppelin - has died after a battle with cancer
Clutch bassist Dan Maines has left the band's current tour with Mastodon to be with his partner as she gives birth
Geezer Butler says he has 'no idea' if Black Sabbath's final tour will ever happen