Guitarist Johnny Marr has announced the release of his first-ever solo album for 2013. The Messenger is due out on February 26 via Sure/ADA.
Bloomingdale's has announced that they will begin stocking items from Lyric Culture's new Jimi Hendrix line of men's clothing this month.
Kirk Hammett evidently knows how to throw a book party. The Metallica guitarist invited Bay Area thrashers Death Angel to perform at the release party for his new book, Too Much Horror Business.
Red Hot Chili Peppers announced back in June that they would be released 18 previously unavailable tracks from the I'm With You sessions as a series of 7-inch singles with two tracks per release.
Led Zeppelin have posted a video of their performance of the Physical Graffiti track "Kashmir" from their new film, album and DVD, Celebration Day. Watch it below.
With less than two weeks to go until the release of their first new album in more than fifteen years, Soundgarden have premiered the song "Non-State Actor." Stream it below, via Yahoo.
Former Eagles guitarist Don Felder recently released his first solo album in nearly three decades, Road to Forever.
Last night, Axl Rose made a rare live television appearance when he sat down on Jimmy Kimmel Live! for an extended interview. You can watch all three parts of the interview below.
"You are now entering a PiL zone." These are the words that greet you when you pop in This is PiL, the first proper studio album from John Lydon's Public Image Limited since 1992's That What Is Not.
Metallica have announced some tentative details for their upcoming live DVD, which was filmed back in 2009 by Wayne Isham at the band's two World Magnetic shows in Quebec City.
Swedish tech-metal band Meshuggah have just premiered the official music video for their song "Demiurge." Check it out below (via Drum Magazine).
Gotenborg, Sweden's Sister Sin are revving up for the release of their latest album, Now and Forever, which hits shelves (and their digital equivalent) tomorrow, October 23 in North America.
Aerosmith have just released their second official video from their new album, Music From Another Dimension!. Check out the clip for "What Could Have Been Love" below.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse have just debuted yet another clip from their upcoming new album, Psychedelic Pill. Watch the video for "Twisted Road" below.