Let's be real: When I was doing research for this list, I came across some really sick album covers. So sick they made a Cannibal Corpse album look like something you'd frame and give to your parents to hang over their mantle at Christmas.
Paul McCartney, Slash, Noel Gallagher, Brian May and Paul Weller are all Resonators. These guitar heroes — and the rest of rock’s elite — are the subjects of photographer Scarlet Page’s latest project, an exhibition of epic portraits in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Scarlet Page’s highly anticipated limited-edition large-format book, Resonators, which provides unique insight into some of the world’s most respected guitarists from the Sixties through heavy metal and into punk to Britpop, is available now for pre-order exclusively from Red Giant Publishing.
Kiss brought their 40th Anniversary Tour to the First Niagara Pavilion in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, Sunday, August 24 — and were greeted by a packed house. They played what amounted to a greatest-hits set that included "Deuce," "Love Gun," "God of Thunder" and more. They also sprinkled in a good portion of non-makeup-era Kiss with "Hide Your Heart" and "Lick It Up."