The Daytona 500, the crown jewel of NASCAR's races, is this weekend. There may be no better genre of music to go along with the adrenaline rush of NASCAR then hard rock and heavy metal. To get yourself prepped for the big race, you need the proper soundtrack, right? So here's 20 headbang
One of the Godfathers of heavy metal, guitarist Tony Iommi is celebrating his 64th birthday this weekend. Tony is one of the all-time greatest musicians and a pioneer of a whole genre of music. To honor him, we've put together ten performances of classic Black Sabbath songs both with Ozzy and the late, great Ronnie James Dio on vocals. Tha
Iron Maiden announced earlier this week that the band will be embarking on a North American tour this summer. The 'Maiden England Tour' will run from June 21st to August 18th and in some aspects will model their 1988 Seventh Son of a Seventh Son album.
Chris Cornell did an amazing job paying tribute to the late Whitney Houston during a performance at a fundraiser for President Barack Obama last night. Cornell, the frontman for the band Soundgarden and a renowned solo artist, wowed the crowd with his rendition of Houston's hit 'I Will Always Love you.'
By now you may have seen the original video that was featured on the Slaughterhouse of eight year old Julia who performs her first hardcore song. Not to be out done by Julia's performance, now meet Jacob, a six year old who wanted to respond to Juliet's song with his own hardcore performance.
The latest preview off of the new Van Halen album 'A Different Kind of Truth is probably the heaviest yet. The new sneak peek is entitled 'China Town.' A Different Kind of Truth is slated to hit stores on February 7th.
A few weeks ago we featured a video of nine year old drummer Dylan Hayeck, as he played along to a few of his favorite Kiss songs. It seems as if young Dylan may have some competition coming his way. Let us introduce you to five year old Kiss fan Avery Molek.
Guitar World held their first-ever Guitar World Roast in Los Angeles on Fri January 20th. The guest of honor (or main target of abuse depending on how you look at it), was none other than guitar shredder Zakk Wylde.
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