All of today's top music news stories
Motorhead have cancelled a third concert date in the past few days as guitarist Phil Campbell recovers from unknown health issues that required hospitalization but the band reports that he is 'recovering well'.
Radiohead leader Thom Yorke isn't a fan of sites that stream either music or video content. He's gone on record countless times slamming Spotify and similar services
Breaking Benjamin have announced their plans to launch a U.S. headline tour early in the new year in support of their Billboard 200 chart topping album 'Dark Before Dawn.'
Slash performed the National Anthem with the University Of Southern California's (USC) marching band prior to their namesake school's football game
'And so the rehearsals begin,' says the former Deep Purple star Ritchie Blackmore as he shares the first photo of the lineup he'll play with for a rare series of shows by Rainbow next year
Queensryche frontman Todd La Torre says that while social media is a useful tool, it gives some fans a sense of entitlement.
The Ghost Inside posted an online update to fans on Monday (November 30th) as the band continues to deal with the aftermath of the November 19th fatal tour bus accident
Aiden have announced that they have expanded their upcoming UK trek 'The Last Sunrise Tour' and they will be filming a newly announced full show and an acoustic show in London for a live DVD
Nikki Sixx says he's completed bass recording duties for both upcoming Sixx: A.M. albums.