The keyboardist stayed quiet last year while guitarist Neal Schon bashed him online, but now he's says its time to make peace
Singer updates on eighth album's progress, why Trump-era news cycle is nauseating to foreigners
Inside the Melbourne band's psych-rock music factory
The alt-metal heavyweights' fifth LP remains in limbo after innumerable delays. Here's why they're the rare band that's worth this kind of trouble
Collaborators of the superstar siblings reflect on how "Beat It" and "Black Cat" crossed genre – and racial – boundaries, and changed pop forever
They rocked a WWE event, and turned heads on the Grammy red carpet. What's next for America's hungriest heavy band?
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
From Elton John to Paul Simon and Neil Diamond, a generation of elders searches for a new way to say goodbye
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
"Sometimes your pigeonhole is a great place to be," says Fallon of embracing his Jersey rock sound on the muscular 'Sleepwalkers'
"Chris pretends to be this peace-loving hippie that doesn't care about money," guitarist says of brother, "while trying to take everyone's money"
North American leg of 'No More Tours 2' trek kicks off this summer
As album sales have tanked, labels are creating everything from $1,000 artist-branded jackets to punk-rock board shorts
Singer, guitarist discuss writing new album 'Eat the Elephant,' and how the political climate and recent wave of celebrity deaths informed the record
"I did not believe it until my checking account believed it."