It wasn’t that long ago that Guitar Hero was the hottest thing in gaming, and it also temporarily saved the music business for a little while as well.
It’s hard to imagine rock and roll without Marshall amps, as the British based company has set the standard for big, loud, distorted amplifiers since the sixties.
If you're a musician and want to record yourself or your band, you don't need to book time in a top-notch studio anymore.
This week, music news seems to take on an air of historical magnitude, what with a Guinness World Record attempt, an upcoming biographical movie, a social media team-up, unlikely concert ban and more.
As we've reported previously, Metallica's currently working on its next album, as well as their own music festival, along with a 3D movie, which they'll be funding themselves.
Slash has a new solo album out, Apocalyptic Love, which means of course he's forced deal with the same question he'll be asked for the rest of his life: will a GNR reunion ever happen?
Bad news for music fans this week, as groups, both voluntarily and involuntarily, have rejected reunions, decided on indefinite hiatuses and cancelled huge shows.
This past week we lost a major legend of rock n' roll, Jim Marshall, founder of Marshall amps.
Who didn’t love Guns N' Roses when they exploded on the scene with Appetite For Destruction?
Appetite For Destruction, the debut albumn of Guns 'N Roses, made quite an impact on the music industry over the years.
Released in the summer of 1987, the album helped GNR became the biggest band in the world - albeit for a brief shining moment.
With Van Halen's new album, A Different Kind of Truth, finally unleashed on the world February 7, and with big first week sales projections in an era when nobody's buying any music at all, the band is indeed finally back.
These days rock and roll memoirs seem like reality TV shows in that you'd think everyone's got one.
Rumors have been spreading like wildfire, and apparently this time they're true.
No, guitar porn is not some new form of adult entertainment, it means the thrill of great guitar playing and gear for those who love the instrument.
Ah, the perils of rock n’ roll decadence! Yes, Guns N' Roses vocalist Axl Rose - who seems pretty tied up - has told Activision to get in the friggin' ring for a $20 million lawsuit.