Foo Fighters’ Tour Is An Unabashed Rock Extravaganza – Review
Their Long Island show saw them covering classic rock gems, and an iconic song from 'Grease.' Oh, and John Travolta was there.
Godsmack Recall the Time Sully Knocked Out a Security Guard
It's the first episode of "Do-Over," our series where bands talk about crazy stories from their past.
Code Orange: Reba Meyers On Her Hardcore Influences
She learned her first song by playing in a Minor Threat cover band.
Bullet for My Valentine, Anti-Flag, Atreyu, Toothgrinder: Their ‘First Riffs’
The bands share the riffs that inspired them to pick up instruments. Metallica, Nirvana and Green Day are mentioned often.
‘The Life and Death of the Warped Tour': Kevin Lyman Looks Back
From his reasons for starting the tour to his reasons for ending it, Lyman talks about two decades of 'Punk Rock Summer Camp.'
Hellyeah’s Kyle Sanders Reflects on Drummer, Friend + Cook Vinnie Paul, Reveals New Album…
The bass player spoke to SiriusXM's Jose Mangin about Paul's famous BBQs. He also said that the band finished tracking music for their next album.
We Interviewed the 12-Year Old Who Jammed With Sevendust
He smoked the competition at a '30 Seconds to Shred' competition. Gear Factor Host Squiggy spoke to the young guitar prodigy.
Anthrax’s Charlie Benante: If Big 4 Bands Had a Baby It Would’ve Been Pantera
'In the '90s 'heavy metal' became a bad, bad term, but Pantera were really the one band that was flying the flag.'
How To Shred Like Mark Tremonti: Watch the Latest Gear Factor
Tremonti -- the band -- has hit a new peak with their latest release, A Dying Machine. Get a guitar lesson from the band's main man here.
Zakk Wylde on His Surprising First Musical Inspiration
On this week's 'Rock & Roll Roadtrip,' Zakk Wylde tells Sammy Hagar that he was 'floored' when he saw this artist on the 'Sonny & Cher' show, back in the day.
Ghost’s Cardinal Copia Covers Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman': Watch
He led a Swedish supergroup that included members of Candlemass and the songwriting team Vargas & Lagola.
Dee Snider Looks Back on Metal’s ’90s Decline
Snider says that metal groups 'Went from being down and dirty to being polished and clean and mainstream and acceptable,' and a new wave of bands took over.