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During Guns N' Roses' final song of the night, 'Paradise City,' Dave Grohl came onstage with his guitar to jam with the band.
Metallica’s Lars Ulrich Has Been Knighted in Denmark
The musician was awarded the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Dannebrog by Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark.
Rockers React: Chris Cornell Dead at 52
In response to the tragic news, some of rock and metal’s biggest musicians have paid their respects to Cornell via Twitter.
Metalhead Baby Throws Up Devil Horns Inside the Womb
Even if you claim to be a metalhead since birth, you’ve still got nothing on this.
Schwing! – ‘Wayne’s World’ Is Returning to Theaters to Celebrate 25th Anniversary
Screw the catchphrase… you ARE worthy. Not to meet Alice Cooper, of course, but to catch the return of 'Wayne’s World.'
Sebastian Bach: Skid Row Reunion Negotiations Have Ended
Don’t get your hopes too high for a Skid Row reunion with Sebastian Bach.
10 Times Rockers Beat Up Their Fans
Don’t taunt the talent, don’t touch the talent, don’t look the talent in the eye!
10 Bands Who Told Politicians to Stop Using Their Music
Many rock and metal acts have demanded political candidates cease using their music on the campaign trail.