Another unlikely but magnificent musical collision from the king of the mash-up.
A Channel 4 exploration of Christian hysteria about the evils of rock music.
Remembering how the nu-metal superstars came close to killing your editor.
How can you go wrong with black metal-inspired coffee? Prepare to find out.
More moral panic and slanderous claims from the religious fundamentalist grifters of the Satanic Panic era.
Nine albums, all released simultaneously – a mad folly, a moment of genius or a cynical slap in the face for music critics?
In which introspective, personal studies of human frailty and despair are turned into vacuously bouncy dancefloor bangers, metal misfires and saccharine pop show tunes.
Mentally unbalanced Christians demand a school principal is removed from her position because of ‘Satanic Imagery’.
The Swedish band’s irresistible collision of Satanic Metal and kitsch pop reaches the peak of perfection.
A collection of heavy metal LPs where the artwork failed to live up to the ambition of the band.
The rock singer’s spectacular moment of self-destruction during his very first show with his new band.
Why unknown singers joining famous rock bands are almost always doomed to fail.