"Ahead of her solo debut You and Me, Nancy Wilson released her cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “The Rising,” a tribute to Eddie Van Halen, and the title track about her late mother. It doesn’t arrive until Friday, but you can hear the whole album exclusively in the video above.
Glenn Danzig has something to say, and it's about the hot topic of cancel culture. In a new interview with Rolling Stone that mostly focuses on his upcoming horror-western flick, Death Rider in the House of Vampires, the Misfits frontman revealed that he doesn't think controversial pu
Sometimes you get a music video; sometimes you get a rich audio-visual collision that you want to rewatch every time you hear the song. We’re proud that one of our favorite bands, Walking Papers, keep pulling off the latter. Their latest video is packed with personality and it’s a rea
Influential hip hop label Death Row Records kicks off its 30th Anniversary celebration this year with today’s launch of its first-ever online store. The new home for Death Row Records can be found at DeathRowOfficial.com, where fans can purchase music, merchandise, NFTs and much more
“Among the many annual music and entertainment awards, this year’s She Rocks Awards boasts an extraordinary array of the industry’s top female leaders. Since it first began in 2013, the award ceremony has highlighted the many and often unsung achievements of women in all facets
Matthew Brue didn’t realize he wanted to be a musician. Sure, he played piano and sang in choirs as a kid. But it took a harrowing experience to shed light on his fateful vocation. “It was going into rehab and utilizing songwriting as a way to get how I was feeling out that culminated
Episode description: Finally … after several months in existence, the Into the Void music podcast dedicates an entire episode to the godfathers of all that is heavy: Black Sabbath! With the 50th anniversary of “Paranoid” combining with the anniversary of the release
CLICK HERE TO READ ABOUT IT ESP Guitars has announced their new workshop series, featuring endorsee Michael Rubin, a School of Rock owner and instructor and the lead guitarist of NYC-based rock bands King Falcon and The Inoculated Canaries. Showcasing Rubin’s extensive guita