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Watch Slayer Play Last-Ever Live Song, Share Emotional Farewell
Metal legends offered one last "Angel of Death" before bidding a fond farewell to their fans.
How Skid Row Fought ‘Tooth and Nail’ Before Recording ‘I Remember You’
They almost didn't record the song that made them too popular to take out their own trash.
Motley Crue Respond to Reunion Petition: ‘This Is Interesting…’
The band's Twitter account comments on recent reunion rumors.
How the ‘Unholy’ Video Brought Kiss Into the ’90s: Book Excerpt
"I remember kind of creeping up, and I heard Gene or Paul saying, ‘Well ... maybe the kid’s right. Maybe we should listen.’"
How the Black Crowes’ Robinson Brothers Ended Their Family Feud
"I said some horrible things. I was in a negative place, but you know what, I've apologized..."
Tool Turn Almost Every Rock Show Cliche Upside Down: Live Photos
Band's set steers away from expectations - with one notable exception.
Kiss Reveal Date and Location of Final ‘End of the Road’ Concert
They've confirmed when the band's last-ever concert will take place.
40 Years Ago: How a Drunk Ace Frehley Torpedoed Kiss’ ‘Tom Snyder’ Appearance
The personality conflicts that were privately tearing the band apart were made public on live national television.
30 Years Ago: Motley Crue Hit New Highs and Lows on the Dr. Feelgood Tour
Newly sober band mounted its most successful run ever, but the grueling trek took a toll on each member.
Darkness’ Dan Hawkins Says Kiss Are ‘Natural Conclusion of Rock’
Guitarist explains his love for rock legends ahead of their appearance at ninth-annual Kiss Kruise.
David Lee Roth Says He’s Likely ‘Face of Van Halen’ From Now On
Singer says he's going to Vegas solo because Eddie Van Halen's "probably not gonna answer the bell this time."
David Lee Roth Announces 2020 Las Vegas Residency
Singer is returning to Sin City and, apparently, to his solo career.