A ranking of Metallica’s 10 studio albums, from 1983’s Kill ‘Em All through 2016’s Hardwired … To Self-Destruct.
The album, released in January 1984, was both critically acclaimed and a massive success.
Tool, Rammstein, Slipknot, Deftones and more! A great year lies ahead for heavy music.
The Social D frontman shares two memorable stories about his experiences with the Ramones.
The promoter’s Executive Vice President weighs in with his thoughts on the massive rock festival.
Over a legendary career, Slayer have had some hits and misses in their discography.
The Canadian trio’s sixth album has been reissued in a deluxe 40th anniversary edition.
The book, which arrives October 30th via Z2 Comics, focuses on the mythology surrounding the Japanese pop-metal band.
A look back at the legendary Brazilian metal band’s fifth album, which was released in October 1993.
The thrash metal masterpiece was released October 7th, 1986.
The bassist died at the age of 24 when Metallica’s tour bus skidded off the road on September 27th, 1986.
Following the death of Cliff Burton in 1986, Metallica roared back with their epic fourth album.