14 Years Ago: Ozzy Osbourne’s House Nearly Burned Down in Fire-Related Mishap
On March 25, 2005, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne were sent fleeing from their Buckinghamshire estate due to a fire.
40 Years Ago: Motorhead Paved the Way for Thrash With Second Album ‘Overkill’
On March 24, 1979, Motorhead influences generations of rockers to come with the release of their 'Overkill' album.
Five Years Ago: GWAR Mastermind Dave Brockie Passes Away
For intergalactic warriors and metal fans alike, March 23, 2014 was a sad day as we lost GWAR front-thing Dave 'Oderus Urungus' Brockie.
27 Years Ago: Pantera Release the Groundbreaking ‘Vulgar Display of Power’
On Feb. 25, 1992, Pantera changed the course of heavy metal with the release of 'Vulgar Display of Power.'
Three Years Ago: Motorhead Pioneer Lemmy Kilmister Dies
On Dec. 28, 2015, Motorhead mainman and rock 'n' roll legend Lemmy Kilmister passed away.
Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale: 2018 Rock Artist of the Year
Loudwire names Lzzy Hale the 2018 Rock Artist of the Year. Read our in-depth interview about her year.
Chevelle: The Story of an Estranged Brother + Rarities Album
The Loeffler brothers go in-depth in this exclusive interview.
Green Day’s Drummer Has a Death Metal Band – Listen
The band's new five-song EP 'You're Welcome' is kind of like a cross between Tenacious D and Dethklok.
Anthrax Vocalist Joey Belladonna Sings Journey Tunes at Open Mic Night
If Arnel Pineda ever decides to quit the band Joey should be right there on the short list.
Disturbed to Visit With and Perform for U.S. Troops in Nevada
'We are honored every time we are able to perform for our troops and pay our respects to our service men and women,' said guitarist Don Donegan.
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong Lashes Out After Stringer Drummer Gets Pelted With Beer a…
Oakland native John Spencer of the New York band Stringer became a viral sensation after Yankee fans pelted him with beer following the A's loss this week.
Guns N’ Roses Asked by Malaysian Wildlife Organization to Not Traumatize the Animals
Friends of the Orangutans fear the volume from the concert will have a negative impact on the 150 species of animals at the Wildlife Park.