99 Crimes is a new three piece hard rock band fronted by guitarist/vocalist Paul Lidel of Dirty Looks and Dangerous Toys fame.
"Until the Light Takes Us" is an engrossing documentary about the wave of Black Metal related crimes that swept through Norway in the early 1990s.
"Constellation" is the posthumous debut from Starlight, a now-defunct Swedish speed metal band inspired by early Helloween.
2003's "St. Anger" is considered to be Metallica's worst album. In 2015, two fans recorded their own version of the disc (with better production) in hopes that people might give it another try.
In this article I will take you through the different stylistic trends and eras of visual kei in relation to Japanese metal music.
Formed in 1981, Loudness is the best known Heavy Metal band from Japan. They're mainly remembered in the U.S. for their hit "Crazy Nights," from 1985's Thunder in the East album.
British symphonic power metallers GRIMGOTTS are back with their second full length release, "Dragons of the Ages," on Stormspell Records.
Warrant sensed change in the air as the Grunge Decade began, so they tried to toughen up their sound with 1992's "Dog Eat Dog" album. Was the experiment successful?
In November 1992, Ronnie James Dio split from Black Sabbath just before two gigs opening for Ozzy Osbourne. Who could fill Dio's shoes and save the day? None other than the Metal God, Rob Halford of Judas Priest fame!
Billed as "Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi," 1986's "Seventh Star" album is one of the most misunderstood records in the Sabbath catalog.
Are you always on the lookout for all things metal? If so, then you'll want to check some of these bands out! They just might change your life.
Queensryche's split with original vocalist Geoff Tate was one of the most bizarre rock dramas in recent memory. Let's find out how it all went down and how it was resolved.
The first volume of the long running "Metal Massacre" compilation series features recordings by rookie metal acts like Malice, Black 'N Blue, and an unknown band called Metallica. (Whatever happened to them, anyway?)
The best thrash metal guitarists from the legendary Big Four thrash bands shaped a genre and influenced a generation of guitar players.