'From ’50s doo-wop crooner to heavy-metal legend': The ultimate Ronnie James Dio story
Wendy Dio and others dive deep into new documentary ‘Dio: Dreamers Never Die’
Stone Temple Pilots' Dean DeLeo on the first song the band played together, the new 'Core' 30th anniversary reissue and 'chasing the demo’s tail'
'It really takes me back to a time and a place,' the guitarist says of the STP album that started it all
Tracii Guns talks rocking at summer camp, wearing leopard-skin dolphin shorts and ripping and tearing with L.A. Guns
The guitarist delivers tales from the Strip in the latest installment of Metal Edge's Infamous Firsts
Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee give the latest word on Mötley Crüe
‘We’re going for Led Zeppelin meets the Sex Pistols meets Black Sabbath’
Dirty Honey and Dorothy talk Tom Petty and Jay-Z, rock cosplay and ‘being true to who you are’
The modern hard-rock phenoms are currently storming the U.S. together on the California Dreamin’ tour
'I'm not even gonna consider a woke culture': Blackie Lawless is ready to take on America and the world... again
The W.A.S.P. main man goes deep with Metal Edge in advance of the band's hotly anticipated 40th anniversary tour
Joe Lynn Turner talks his heavy new album, (not) wearing a wig and his wild odyssey with Yngwie
'It’s a time for truth,' the legendary vocalist says
‘We rolled ourselves into a big snowball and hoped that the snowball wouldn’t melt’: Slaughter fly high with ‘The Wild Life’
Mark Slaughter, Dana Strum and the boys go deep on their second album
The world’s coming down, but don't count Type O Negative out
"We’re an answer... looking for a question,” explains front man Peter Steele
Michael Monroe is living it up at 60: ‘It's too late to die young anymore’
The Hanoi Rocks legend on his new album, old band, recording with Slash and never wearing spandex
What’s the big deal about the Leathür Records version of Mötley Crüe’s 'Too Fast For Love'?
Album engineer Robert Battaglia takes us inside the studio sessions, while superfan Tracii Guns tells us what makes TFFL so great more than four decades on
Van Halen go to extremes: Roth’s out (again), Gary Cherone is in
Eddie, Alex and Mike reveal how it all went down
Exclusive: Great White’s Mark Kendall talks new singer, Mitch Malloy split and recording new music
Guitarist calls new tunes ‘a little bit heavier and with more of a blues edge’
Classless Act’s Derek Day talks Stadium Tour, Vince Neil and the band’s unreleased song with Taylor Hawkins
‘We’re so excited to be up there,’ Day says of sharing stages with Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett
On the 'Slippery When Wet' road with Bon Jovi’s Richie Sambora
The Bon Jovi axe master checks in from the biggest rock tour of the year
Sebastian Bach talks stage fright, puppy love and writing a song (not that song) called 'Don’t Cry'
'I guess it was a pretty good title,' he says of the piano ballad he penned at 14 years old
Warrant talk life on the road, extracurricular activities and… fatherhood?
“We’ve overdosed on ‘Cherry Pie’!” Erik Turner says
Tesla bassist Brian Wheat talks new music, his favorite records and that ‘other’ Tesla guy, Elon Musk
‘He sent us some t-shirts and we sent him some,’ Wheat says of the billionaire
Phil Collen on Def Leppard’s 'Pyromania' – the album that made metal go 'pop!'
The guitarist recalls how a scruffy bunch of New Wave of British Heavy Metal kids transformed into MTV and radio stars — and changed the face of metal for good
David Lee Roth makes a crazy movie, and Metal Edge goes to the casting call
“I’m not an actor, I’m a movie star!,” Roth tells us
Exclusive: Michael Wilton talks 'all-encompassing' new Queensrÿche album, 'Digital Noise Alliance'
'It’s got some very melodic moments, it’s progressive, it’s heavy metal and it’s very album-oriented visual music'
Steve Vai: Whitesnake’s newest guitar wizard sounds off
‘I know what Whitesnake is all about; I know what the music needs and I know what I can offer’
Guitarist Billy Rowe talks Buckcherry, his first-ever gig with Jetboy and hanging with Axl and Izzy at a W.A.S.P. show
'There was such a big buzz going at that time – it was the whole Guns N’ Roses, Poison, Faster Pussycat, L.A. Guns era,' he says of L.A. in the mid '80s.
Def Leppard’s Phil Collen on ‘Diamond Star Halos,’ his favorite Mötley Crüe song and his band’s Robert Plant and Backstreet Boys connections
Then there was the time he found himself on Catalina Island with Tommy Lee and Ratt’s Bobby Blotzer…
Pellet guns, food fights and fire escapes: On the road with Trixter
The New Jersey rockers on their riotous tour with Warrant and Firehouse
L.A. Guns: Out for blood with 'Hollywood Vampires'
Lead gunner Phil Lewis talks new album, touring with AC/DC and 'not dwelling on the past'
Queensryche take ‘Operation: Mindcrime’ to the screen
‘With a concept album like “Mindcrime,” we wanted the visual side of it to be interpreted right,’ Chris DeGarmo says
Hellraisers and trendkillers: Pantera tear it up onstage and on video, 101 proof
‘It’s Pantera all the way, full blown, on fire, like we always are,’ Dimebag Darrell says
Sevendust’s Lajon Witherspoon talks 'Animosity,' new music and why you wouldn’t want his band living next door to you
‘Imagine this – you’re living in a beautiful condo right by Disney World, and all of a sudden, Sevendust moves in!’
Bret Michaels: Poison-ous tales and rockin’ revelations
The Poison front man talks dirty to Metal Edge
Alice Cooper's wild '80s albums are way better than you think
He may have been light years from “School’s Out” and “No More Mr. Nice Guy,” but the shock rocker's 1980s output still boasts some killer tunes – even the one about “Velveeta slapped on Wonder Bread”…
Killer Q&A: Ozzy Osbourne returns with 'No More Tears'
'If it comes to a point where I’m just dragging an old horse, I’d rather get into something totally new and fresh'
The Hellacopters are back: ‘We're gonna show ‘em that these old farts can do it’
Front man Nicke Andersson on the Swedish rock legends' new album, new outlook and old-school swagger and style
Dirty Honey talk hanging with Axl Rose, covering Prince and rockin' and rollin' in 2022
The secret to the young band's success? 'It's always gotta be about great songs,' singer Marc LaBelle says
The new Van Halen: Revamped, revitalized and ready to rock
Eddie, Alex and Sammy say hello to Van Hagar
Slash on his favorite Conspirators songs to play live, the L.A. band that should have been bigger, and that time he split his pants onstage
‘Essentially I was just wearing leggings on each leg and there was nothing in the middle,’ he says