Volbeat will be making the rounds Stateside again this spring, as the band has just announced a month-plus tour with Trivium and Digital Summer.
The new BLS album, Catacombs of the Black Vatican,’ is set to hit stores on April 8.
Slash discusses his new, upcoming solo album.
The year 2014 is proving to be quite the eventful one for Nirvana.
Queens of the Stone Age are a favorite in several categories as the 56th Annual Grammy Awards approach this Sunday (Jan. 26), and a good sign for their Sunday night is that the band has just been announced as the closing performers for “music’s biggest night.”
Black Sabbath, Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman Jared Leto and Aerosmith‘s Steven Tyler will be among those presenting awards at the ceremony.
TOOL are hitting the road soon!
Black Label Society have just announced via their Facebook page that they will be headlining the Revolver Golden Gods Tour.
Cage the Elephant fans will get one of the band’s most extensive treks to date in support of their ‘Melophobia’ album this spring.
Insane tour alert! U.S. metal junkies, this is a bill you won’t want to miss.
Amy Lee is having a baby! Details here.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Pantera‘s seventh studio album, ‘Far Beyond Driven,’ a new two-disc edition of the record will soon hit shelves.
Al Jourgensen has announced that he is checking into a rehab facility on Feb. 3.
News just broke that the former Machine Head bassist is suing the band. Details here.
Wayne Static is hitting the road! Details here.
According to singer Perry Farrell, the alt-rock giants are on hiatus once again.
Not everyone was chuckling when the episode made reference to the legendary band as “death metal.”
Smile Empty Soul and Hed PE will start their 2014 on the road together, taking part in what’s been dubbed the ‘Chemical Free’ tour.
Korn‘s Jonathan Davis is venturing into the film world once more, collaborating with Nicholas O’Toole to create the musical score for the upcoming film, ‘After the Dark.’
The lineup for the 2014 Rock on the Range festival has just been announced, and it just might be the strongest yet for the premier U.S. hard rock event.