- U2 Become Eligible for 2015 GRAMMYs by Releasing Limited-Edition 'Songs of Innocence' Vinyl The vinyl creeps in just in time for the GRAMMY deadline of Sept. 30.
- Watch the Video for Paul McCartney & Wings' 'Call Me Back Again' The reissues were originally slated for release last week. The new date is Nov. 4.
- Read an Excerpt From Scott Ian's Memoir 'I'm the Man: The Story of That Guy From Anthrax' In which Scott pukes on a girl, recalls the sacking of Dave Mustaine, and reveals which member of Metallica turned him on to R.E.M.
- Black Sabbath Planning New Album and Final Tour After the chart-topping success of the band's last album, '13,' Ozzy and the gang are looking to rev up the Black Sabbath machine to do it all over again.
- Former KISS Songwriter Stephen Coronel Arrested for Child Pornography Coronel was a member of Wicked Lester, the pre-KISS band featuring Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, as well as a co-writer on songs from KISS' early catalog.
- Judas Priest's Ian Hill: 'Superb To Still Be Doing This' Judas Priest is back and coming to the Bay State in October. Our own Shawn SixX spoke with bassist and founding member Ian Hill about the band's remarkable longevity.
- Rock N' Roll Diary: September 30 Eric Clapton played the Boston Garden on this night in 1974. He played with a second guitarist on that tour to promote the album “461 Ocean Boulevard;” what was his name?
- George Harrison Honored by Brian Wilson, Conan O'Brien, Weird Al Yankovic, More at L.A. Concert: Watch These tributes to Harrison aren't coincidental: they were timed with the release of George Harrison: The Apple Years 1968-1975.
- Tom Morello, Chris Cornell Reunite on Stage in Seattle: Watch "It's great to stand next to you and play music again," Chris Cornell told his former bandmate.
- Hear Alternate Mix of Led Zeppelin's 'Rain Song' This mix, officially called "The Rain Song (Mix Minus Piano)," almost sounds like a different song without its signature piano. Or, at least a much sadder one.
- Live: Robert Plant Brings His 'Lullaby' And 'Roar' to Brooklyn Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters do today what Plant did with Led Zeppelin in the '60s and '70s: combine different forms of music in powerful new ways.
- R.E.M. Announces 'REMTV,' a Career-Chronicling Six-DVD Box Set The trove of archival footage includes the band's 1998 appearance on VH1's 'Storytellers,' both MTV 'Unplugged' performances and 99(!) live songs shot between 1995-2008.