Guitarist suffered multiple organ failure
Rockapella member Sean Altman's lawyer previously defended Jackson Browne and David Byrne in similar cases and won
With new album 'Adore Life,' they get nasty with affairs of the heart
With a new collection of erotic stories called 'Double Stuffed' out, Diphallic Dude talks about how '2 Broke Girls' got him down, his new outlook on safe sex and more
"I wouldn't want to play only one gig when I am completely capable of touring," drummer says
Metal's founding fathers may be saying goodbye, but they're not leaving quietly
Robert Smigel's 'TV Funhouse' imagined heavy-metal forefathers as zany beatniks
'The Hope Six Demolition Project' album will come out in the spring
Archival film 'Eat That Question' will premiere at Sundance
Iconic singer does spot-on impressions of his peers in newly unearthed 1985 studio outtake
Thrash-metal gods get wicked paranoid, find new focus
"[Citizens] decide whether to reelect a prosecutor," defense attorney Jerry Buting says. "They should know what goes on in the courts"
As band kicks off farewell tour, "The End," the singer and bassist reveal why now is the best time to say goodbye
"As the embargo's dropping off every week, it's gonna get built up and right now is the best time to go," Black Sabbath singer says
"He was very discerning," drummer Will Champion says. "He wouldn't just put his name to anything"