All of today's top music news stories
Eddie Van Halen was happy to release the band's first live album with David Lee Roth complete with mistakes - because that's how the show was heard on the night
As Motley Crue enter the home stretch on their career as a live touring act, frontman Vince Neil says the only likely chance of the band reappearing would be to perform at their induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame - if that were ever to happen
Motorhead were forced to cancel two appearances at the Monsters Of Rock festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil over the weekend after frontman Lemmy Kilmister fell ill
Stone Sour have confirmed their covers EP Meanwhile In Burbank will be released on iTunes tomorrow (April 28).
Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward has released 'Accountable Beasts', his first solo album in 18 years.
Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson has rejected the idea of presenting a live stream from a show on their upcoming 'final' tour.
Producer Bob Rock says Metallica's controversial St Anger album has some famous fans - with Jimmy Page and Jack White both praising it.
Scott Weiland has the unfortunate task of having to promote a new album while dealing with the loss of his bandmate and close friend, guitarist Jeremy Brown
The Replacements have recorded new music according to their manager and Rhino is expected to announce two different box set that will focus on different eras in their career