The Smiths' 'Meat Is Murder' Becomes Dark PETA Arcade Game
Save animals from slaughter in vintage arcade romp 'This Beautiful Creature Must Die,' soundtracked by 8-bit version of 1985 track
Morrissey Berates Buzzcocks Over Song Usage in McDonald's Ad
"In the words of another Buzzcocks song: oh shit…," Smiths singer writes after "What Do I Get?" appears in Big Flavour Chicken Wrap commercial
How Smiths' 'The Queen Is Dead' Mixed High Wit, Heavy Drama
Brit-rockers' peaked on surprisingly hard-rocking 1986 masterpiece
Smiths Photographer on Witnessing Band at Their Peak
Nalinee Darmrong recalls 'Meat Is Murder,' 'Queen Is Dead' tours documented in new book
Watch Jon Hamm Defend Bad Taste in Music to Chris Gethard
Emmy-winning actor and talk show host run through their heavy rotations from ZZ Top to Morrissey
Ween, Nas, Deftones Added to Riot Fest Lineups
Chicago, Denver dates will be headlined by reunited Misfits
Joe Manganiello Producing Morrissey-Approved Smiths Movie
'Shoplifters of the World' based on Eighties legend of Smiths fan holding Denver radio station hostage
Morrissey: 'Prince Is the Royal That People Love'
Former Smiths singer slams Queen Elizabeth, praises veganism in tribute to Prince
Henry Rollins Removes Morrissey From 'Kill List'
Punk vet says Morrissey's no longer a target: "I think the world is a much better place with him in it"
Flashback: The Smiths Play an Epic 'How Soon Is Now?'
Months before they split, the group played their 1985 classic at a historic London gig
Morrissey Wins Bad Sex in Fiction Award
Judges honor "ecstatic scene" from musician's debut novel 'List of the Lost'
Morrissey Compares TSA to ISIS
"If you are traveling through San Francisco International Airport, you must be ready for a full sexual attack by people who claim to have your interests at heart," singer writes
Universal Denies It Blocked Morrissey's 'Paris' Reissue
The company called story claiming it was focusing on current artists for its own tribute "hurtful and wrong"
Morrissey Explains Demonic Theme of Novel 'List of the Lost'
"The theme is demonology ... the left-handed path of black magic," singer says of new book, which is drawing some harsh reviews
See Morrissey's Surprise Waylon Cover
Enigmatic U.K. icon drops the most unexpected of cover songs during a concert in California