The man responsible for the classic, larger-than-life look of 1970s rock has died.
Shamanistic ritual and thunderous freakouts from the anarchic masters of British underground rock.
The mash-up king brings us his most unexpectedly brilliant and bizarre musical collision to date with Van Halen and Hank Williams.
The God of Hellfire returns with a new, all-star version of his classic hit song.
The disco-rock miscreants return with an album of other people’s songs that offers nothing new to the original versions.
Led Zeppelin’s appearance at the huge charity concert has become one of the most legendarily awful performances of all time. But let’s stop blaming Phil Collins.
The former members of the Alice Cooper band and their ambitious but doomed plan for post-Alice glory.
The legendary 1982 performance from the New York glam rockers, with added Lemmy.
A blistering half-hour of MC5 live insanity from German TV.
Everything louder than everything else: relentless metal pioneers Sir Lord Baltimore remembered.
A band in transition from reluctant pop stars to hard rock icons.
The rise of British 1970s stoner rock explored in an impressive box set of obscure musical heaviness.