A Look back at the top stories from this past week
Malcolm Young fought to keep making music as long as he could, says brother and bandmate Angus
Foo Fighters have announced that they will be hitting the road for a North American tour next summer and fall in support of their new studio album 'Sonic Highways.'
U2 frontman Bono underwent five hours of surgery after being seriously injured in a cycle crash in New York.
Pearl Jam have long been letting fans download shows they attend, and even before this process, tape trading of Pearl Jam bootlegs was a practiced endeavor for diehards
Slayer have all but finished work on their upcoming 11th album, says guitarist Kerry King
Wrestler Hulk Hogan has revealed he appealed to Metallica and The Rolling Stones to give him a shot at vacant bass posts. And he says despite his best efforts, neither band got back to him to offer an audition
The Smashing Pumpkins have announced that they will be supporting the release of their new studio album by playing special shows in a handful of cities in the U.S. and Europe
UK rockers Asking Alexandria have announced they're to release their first DVD next month. Live From Brixton And Beyond launches on December 15
Black Tusk have launched a memorial fund for late bassist Jonathan Athon. Athon died in hospital this month when his life support was switched off after a motorcycle crash in Georgia, USA, left him with severe brain damage.