Led Zeppelin II, the 1969 album, will live forever. Led Zeppelin II, the man, on the other hand, has died, the Chicago Tribunereports. The 64-year-old resident of Bethalto, Mo., was born George Blackburn, and that's
Michael Anthony isn't saying David Lee Roth lied in his recent video explaining Van Halen's slew of cancelled tour dates. It could very well be that, as Diamond Dave said, the legendary rockers are burned out but oth
Michael McKean isn't a metal musician, but he plays one in the funniest movie of all time, "This Is Spinal Tap." In the film, McKean, aka David St. Hubbins, has to deal with a controlling girlfriend and jealous bandmates, but yesterday in New Yor
If what L.A. Guns singer Phil Lewis says is true, Nikki Sixx is the James Frey of hard rock. The author of A Million Little Pieces famously fibbed in print about his recovery from drug addiction, passing off fictional experiences as fact, and according to Lewis, the Mötley Crüe bassist did likewise, lying in his book Heroin Diaries about his struggles with substance abuse.
Axl Rose takes his nutrition and geometry very seriously. Among the items the Guns N' Roses frontman has placed on his tour rider, Britain's Sun newspaper reports, is a "square melon," a Japanese novelty designed for easy cutting and storage.
The cubed fruit is labeled "exotic" on the inventor
On the main page of the official Black Sabbath website, fans will find links to news, multimedia and an online store, but for the time being, there's one thing they won't find: photos of Bill Ward. The drummer has been feuding for months with the pioneering British metal band, and he's evidently opt
Listenable though they may be, Jack Black says, the recent offerings from Jack White, Tom Waits, the Foo Fighters and Gotye all share one thing in common: They're not as good as the new Tenacious D album, Rize of the Fenix.
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