Sometimes fame takes a little time. Sometimes it takes over 20 years.
The deposed metal God is here to prove that sour grapes make the finest whine.
Newsted agreed to be there, but calls to Dave Mustaine are still going straight to voicemail.
Make ready your Snake Pit passes-- Metallica makes a Minneapolis stop in the unholiest of months.
Ear plugs are for pantywaists. After hearing Count Vesuvius, all other sound will pale in comparison.
Last night's show at the Xcel Energy Center was a skin deep but enjoyable set from the deposed kings of L.A. sleaze rock.
The glamtacular history of 1980s heavy metal in the Twin Cities
French death-metal band Gojira favor alien endgame chords and responsible environmental policies
Adult Swim's Resident Death Metal Band Release an Album—We Put on Our Corpse Paint and Take a Listen
The top 10 heavy metal albums of 2006
Wallow in the mire of the year's best scuzz rock
And now it is time to Kwang Your Head with local GNR-lovin' rockers
Self-Effacing Punks the Cardinal Sin on Guitar Overdubs, Band Unity, and Mötley Crüe
Josh Homme axes bass player, enters cocoon, makes great rock record
The Deaths' pretty la la la las of despair
After 14 years, Root Cellar Records meets an untimely death
Zebulon Pike and the fastidious art of kicking ass
Opeth feed black metal through a wash of proggy guitars
What's a death-metal mogul to do when the world becomes as macabre as his music?
Megadeth's new album sees the band put the pedal back to the metal
A fond look back at Blue Öyster Cult's hits and misses
Spilled blood, blown fuses, and perforated skulls: the unlikely rise of American Head Charge
Heavy music's most promising subgenre offers a thrill for punks and metalheads alike
Korn's depressed rap-metal rocks freaks and saves geeks. But are they just yanking your leash?
VH1 goes Behind the Music and finds a new set of American fables