All of today's top music news stories
Van Halen performed a mix rarities and classics - including a pair of live debuts - at the launch of their North American summer tour in Seattle on Sunday night
Deep Purple and Rainbow legend Ritchie Blackmore says in a new interview that he is looking at putting together a limited run of special shows
Metallica manager Peter Mensch says there aren't enough quality new hard rock bands coming through to keep the genre alive.
The Foo Fighters played their 20th anniversary show at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC on Saturday following a recent broken leg injury to frontman Dave Grohl
Iron Maiden were awarded the 2015 O2 Silver Clef Award by UK charity Nordoff Robbins at their 40th anniversary gala on July 3 in recognition of the band's 'outstanding contribution to UK music.'
Chris Adler insists he's never leave Lamb Of God for Megadeth - but adds that he'll do whatever it takes to be a part of both bands
Progressive metal band Anubis Gate has announced that they are pulling out of this year's ProgPower USA XVI after Kim Olesen was diagnosed with a deep depression and panic anxiety.
Ozzy Osbourne thought the mix of his classic album Diary Of A Madman was 'crap', recalls bassist Rudy Sarzo.
The Misfits have announced that they have parted ways with longtime guitar player Dez Cadena (Black Flag) who has been replaced by Jerry Only's son Jerry Jr.