KISS’ first album contains a number of the legendary band’s classic tracks.
The 1975 classic turned Roger Daltrey into a heartthrob for teenyboppers everywhere.
For its second episode, Discography chronicles “Live at Leeds” to John Entwistle’s “Rigor Mortis Sets In”.
The album, released in January 1984, was both critically acclaimed and a massive success.
A look back at the legendary Brazilian metal band’s fifth album, which was released in October 1993.
The Anthrax drummer talks about the positives and negatives of the band’s fourth album, which was just reissued.
The album marked a shift from the band’s original synth-pop vibe to an aggressive industrial sound.
Featuring a new mix of the classic album, along with 27 early acoustic demos and 50 unreleased session takes.
The collection is limited to 1,500 copies and features new original artwork by Lord Scotch.
The Sword’s Kyle Shutt announces Pink Floyd tribute LP Doom Side of the Moon, shares “Money” — listen
Members of The Sword, Brownout, and more celebrate 50 years of Floyd with The Dark Side of the Moon cover.
We take a deeper look at the album by talking to Buckley’s collaborators.
The Harry Potter author realizes that where you listen to music really matters.