Motley Crue are starting the wind down to the end of their career, but it's been one hell of a ride. This Readers Poll reflects on the band's extensive catalog and asks you which of their songs is your favorite.
The first dance is a treasured moment for newlywed couples as they smile, looking lovingly into each other's eyes, and thinking about how happy the rest of their life wi...DUN DUN! Wait, what was that!? Here comes the breakdown!
Every band that reaches any level of success eventually puts out a hits collection and Seether are one of the latest acts to re-visit past glories with their 'Seether 2002-2013' two-disc set. This Readers Poll looks back at their wealth of work and asks you to name your favorite Seether song.
The '90s were a confusing period in musical history. Hair metal was on its way out, but it hadn't quite died yet. Grunge and "alternative" rock were just finding their way into the mainstream. According to noise rock pioneers Sonic Youth, 1991 was the year punk finally broke through. Many artists and bands that emerged during the '90s straddled genres or just created their own.
Can't we all just get along? Punks and metalheads are notorious for not getting along, despite grindcore existing as a crossroad we can all meet at and thrash borrowing heavily from punk. Luckily, one person understands that we aren't all that different and does some riffing to show us!
The nominees for the 56th annual Grammy Awards were revealed late Friday night and the good news is that the metal acts no longer have to share a category with their hard rock brethren. There are five new nominees for the Best Metal Performance category, each representative of various types of metal.
In our new anniversary feature, we'll flashback to some of the big album releases in the history or rock and metal as well as major events that had an impact on the music world. Looking back on the week of Dec. 3-9, the biggest event came 10 years ago when Ozzy Osbourne was seriously injured in a quad bike accident.
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