Nearly two decades after a switch to medieval music, former Deep Purple and Rainbow co-founder Ritchie Blackmore says he might play rock again – but not for long.
“Just for a few days, next June,” Blackmore reveals, in a new interview with the French newspaper Le Parisien.. … [Read More...]
The Metal God, Rob Halford, says Judas Priest will start recording their next album in 2016.
Rejuvenated by the addition of new guitarist Richie Faulkner, the band released 17th album Redeemer Of Souls in 2014. And just a few months later, Halford said he was already thinking … [Read More...]
According to bassist Rudy Sarzo, Ozzy Osbourne thought the mix of his classic album Diary Of A Madman was "crap."
The band were on the tour bus when the final mix of the singer's second solo album was handed to the him in 1981, and according to Sarzo, Ozzy's face was a picture … [Read More...]
Greg Prato of Bravewords spoke with guitarist Uli Jon Roth. Highlights from the interview appear below.
BraveWords: Is it true you already have original material written for your next solo release?
Uli Jon Roth: I have written a new album, but I have not yet recorded it. … [Read More...]
While receiving the Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Award for Outstanding Contribution to U.K. Music, Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson took time out to give an update on his recovery from cancer. He said that he’s been “very fortunate” and has had a “really good … [Read More...]
Gary Graff of Billboard reports:
Joining Slayer for a second time has been a different kind of reign for drummer Paul Bostaph.
When Bostaph first replaced founding drummer Dave Lombardo in 1992, the group had completed its first decade and released its first five albums. … [Read More...]