Neil Young Announces ‘Way Down in the Rust Bucket’ Live Release

Neil Young will release Way Down in the Rust Bucket, a new archival live album and concert film, on Feb. 26. The collection documents Young and Crazy Horse’s Nov. 13, 1990, performance at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz, Calif., shortly after the release of Ragged Glory but before the proper tour hit arenas. The 20-song set ran more […]

Paul Stanley Announces Soul Station Album, ‘Now and Then’

Kiss frontman Paul Stanley has announced that his side project Soul Station will release its first album, Now and Then, on March 5. The record consists of nine covers of ’60s and ’70s R&B classics – with a strong emphasis on Motown and Philly soul – and five originals. The first single is a take […]

Gatecreeper’s Surprise Half-Grind, Half-Doom Quarantine Album

Arizona death metal unit Gatecreeper (the same band Post Malone wore a shirt of onstage) wrote and recorded an album from start to finish all within the pandemic era. An Unexpected Reality, their new eight-track offering, comes out tomorrow (Jan. 13). Don’t think of this as just an ordinary album though, whether or not it was […]

Whitesnake/ex-Black Sabbath/Symphony X Members Debut New Song

Joel Hoekstra’s 13 is a supergroup (sorry, we’re calling it that!) comprised of former Black Sabbath and Dio drummer, Vinny Appice, Symphony X and Adrenaline Mob singer Russell Allen, bassist Tony Franklin (whose credits are exhaustive) and keyboardist Derek Sherinian (Sons of Apollo, ex-Dream Theater) in addition to the Whitesnake guitarist for which the band […]

Black Crowes Unveil ‘Shake Your Money Maker’ 30th-Anniversary Set

The Black Crowes have announced a 30th-anniversary reissue of their breakthrough debut album, Shake Your Money Maker. The Super Deluxe version – available on either four LPs or three CDs – will include a newly remastered version of the original 1990 album, as well as three previously unheard studio recordings. One track, “Charming Mess,” is a […]

Shinedown’s Zach Myers Releases Album He Wrote 15 Years Ago at 23

Shinedown guitarist Zach Myers has just surprise released Schizophrenic Love Songs Part 1, an album he wrote 15 years ago at the age of 23 with the band The Fairwell. In a tweet where Myers shared the long-anticipated album, he wrote, “This is an album I made 15 years ago. After I joined Shinedown 15 years […]

Chevelle Drop Aggressive ‘Self Destructor,’ Announce New Album

Welcome back, Chevelle! The band is back after last releasing an album in 2016 with The North Corridor and they’re dropping an aggressive new song “Self Destructor” and some key album details on us to start the new year! While the title “Self Destructor” seems like it could come from the tumultuous last year, singer […]

Tom Morello + Serj Tankian Salute Andy Gill on Gang of Four Cover

As teased last year, System of a Down‘s Serj Tankian and Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello have united in their shared love and respect of Gang of Four vocalist Andy Gill to cover Gang of Four’s “Natural’s Not in It” for an upcoming tribute album. The set is titled The Problem of Leisure: […]

Whitesnake Announce ‘The Blues Album’ Compilation

The bluesier side of Whitesnake‘s catalog will be collected on The Blues Album, which arrives Feb. 19. The compilation’s 14 songs are pulled from six Whitesnake studio records released between 1984 and 2011, a bonus studio track from 2006’s Live … in the Shadows of the Blues (“If You Want Me”), and “River Song,” which […]

Accept’s ‘Too Mean to Die’ Album Release Pushed Back

Accept fans will have a new album from the veteran metal outfit soon enough, but it will arrive just a bit later than initially expected. The band has pushed back the release from Jan. 15 to Jan. 29 as the result of a delay in turning around the physical product for the album. According to […]