In 2007, after a five-year roller coaster that zipped out two multi-platinum studio albums, a live album, a string of tours and band lineup changes, Amy Lee decided to give her band, Evanescence, a break. So for nearly three years, Lee spent time with her husband, Josh Hartzler, fixed up her New York home and experienced life.
It is rumored that The Stone Roses, one of the pioneering groups of the Madchester movement of the '90s, will announce their reunion today in London. A sudden press conference was called earlier today so that a "very important announcement" could be unveiled.
MusicRadar.com reports that Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore have announced that their marriage is on the rocks. In fact, the pair -- who have been married 27 years -- are splitting up, a fact that leaves the fate of the legendary New York City band up in the air.
As Guitar World's leading Axl Rose sympathizer, I felt it was my duty to bring you this video of a surprisingly candid Axl hanging out with some fans at his hotel in Paraguay. I'm claiming this as guitar related, because he's talking about none other than his former guitarist, Slash.
Megadeth's new album, TH1RT3EN, is out on November 1, and it seems weird to say with all of the hype around old-school thrash metal these days, but the last ten years or so might be the most consistent period of Megadeth's career in terms of producing quality music.
Recently, someone opened an old book that happened to be available at a yard sale in Liverpool, England. In it was a folder letter by a young Paul McCartney, offering an audition to a now-unknown drummer in 1960, just days before the Beatles left for a two-month gig in Hamburg, Germany.
Last Wednesday saw the metal gods Judas Priest kick off the North American leg of their Epitaph World Tour in San Antonio, Texas. High-quality footage from the band's entire show has been posted online, and can be seen below.