Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan and Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi are about to release a somewhat confusing collection that includes lesser known material from both artists’ careers, as well as some of their collaborations. Jokingly titled WhoCares, it’s likely that heavy metal and hard rock fans will care a lot.
The much-anticipated[lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Black Sabbath[/lastfm] reunion tour of 2012 may be put on hold. A rumor circulating in the festival industry says Tony Iommi’s unfortunate illness forced the band to cancel a headlining gig at Coachella in California.
Indestructible [lastfm]Motörhead[/lastfm] frontman, bassist and shouter Lemmy Kilmister has reunited the current incarnation of the seminal metal band to release their 20th album, The World Is Yours. Twenty albums is a lot and often leaves […]
[lastfm]Ozzy Osbourne[/lastfm] may have earned the nickname the Prince of Darkness, but during our recent interview, the 61-year-old heavy-metal icon and reformed drug abuser turned out to be quite friendly–a genuine ‘lovable rogue’ with a […]
[lastfm]Metallica[/lastfm]‘s classic 1986 album Master of Puppets has been picked as the number one heavy metal album of all time by Musicradar.com. The website says the album was the undisputed winner, earning 20 percent of […]