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10 Greatest Rage Against the Machine Riffs
Though Rage Against the Machine only released three original full-length albums, this was still one of the most difficult riffs lists we’ve put together.
Five Finger Death Punch’s Zoltan Bathory Teams With U.S. Veterans to Fight Elephant + Rhin…
Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Zoltan Bathory has teamed up with a group of American veterans to help anti-poaching efforts across the African continent.
Pantera Set Giant Ball of Hair on Fire at KISS Concert – Epic Rock Tales
While Pantera were opening for KISS during their reunion tour, the Cowboys From Hell actually got kicked out of a South American venue for starting fires.
10 Times Musicians Walked Out of Interviews
Interviews don’t always go as planned and there have been plenty of awkward moments between musicians and journalists throughout rock history.
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong Calls Trump ‘Bats–t Crazy,’ Says Democrats ‘Don’t Have An…
Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong sounded off on President Trump and Democrats while onstage with Michael Moore.
10 Greatest Tool Riffs
Next up in our series of Greatest Riffs Loud Lists are the progressive metal philosophers of Tool.
Marilyn Manson: Being Blamed for Columbine Massacre ‘Destroyed My Career at the Time’
Marilyn Manson attributes the Columbine blame for the diminishing album sales he experienced after the massacre.
KISS’ Gene Simmons Plays ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’
This is easily the most bizarre Wikipedia episode we’ve ever filmed.
Marilyn Manson Offers Veiled Threat in New Song ‘KILL4ME’
Taking inspiration from ‘80s new wave and cinematic music, 'KILL4ME' is another solid cut from Manson’s newest collection of material.
Iron Maiden Announce ‘The Book of Souls Live Chapter’ Recorded in 15 Cities, Share ‘Speed …
The 15-song offering was recorded all around the world, with each track taking place in a different city, much like Maiden’s phenomenal 'Flight 666' release.
KISS’ Gene Simmons: ‘If I Could, I Would Trademark the Air You Breathe’
Just as ill will towards Gene Simmons for his trademark attempt of the 'I love you' hand sign was dissipating, the Demon of KISS has reopened Pandora’s Box.
Rolling Stone Magazine Is Going Up for Sale
This move could leave Rolling Stone out of 71-year-old founder Jann Wenner’s hands for the first time in the publication’s history.