Singer-rapper stopped by to perform 'Autobiography' track for Rolling Stone's Take One series
Drummer John Densmore reflects on the band's 1970 Isle of Wight gig, which will be released on video this week
As Billy Corgan & Co. get ready to hit the road without D'arcy Wretzky, we look back at the band's many falling-outs, reboots and reconciliations
"The Recording Academy Board takes gender parity and inclusion very seriously," organization writes in letter to members
'Thoughts and prayers' aren't enough – but sarcastic and outraged reactions to them aren't much better
Written in a post-election rush, the indie-heroes' 'What a Time to Be Alive' is full of vitriol and wisdom
Movie captures singer's emotional concert in Copenhagen last year
"It's a great validation of everything that Metallica has done over the last 35 years," Lars Ulrich said on band receiving Polar Music Prize
Mac McCaughan on how the veteran indie rockers' punky new album, 'What a Time to Be Alive,' both takes aim at and rises above the alt-right
Guitarist invited five young musicians into band's studio to record "Try So Hard"
Ahead of his final tour, the Prince of Darkness reflects on nearly 50 years of live gigs and what he hopes fans take away from his concerts
"Heart and Soul" will appear on Schenker's upcoming album, 'Resurrection'
Now that the Prince of Darkness is embarking on his final tour, we assess his solo live output from the 'iTunes Festival' to 'Tribute'
Singer's raw rendition of the 'Harder They Come' tune "Johnny Too Bad" appears on soundtrack album to new book 'Memphis Rent Party'
North American leg of 'No More Tours 2' trek kicks off this summer