10 Years Ago: Audioslave Depart With ‘Revelations’
In 2006, rock supergroup dropped 'Revelations,' their acclaimed third album, before disbanding in 2007.
Red Hot Chili Peppers Will Debut Their New Single ‘Dark Necessities’ This Week
'Dark Necessities' will be the first music the Chili Peppers share from their upcoming, Danger Mouse-produced eleventh album.
19 Essential Prince Covers That Rock Like It’s 1999
From covers by Foo Fighters and Tori Amos to Muse and Chvrches, the influence of the Purple One clearly reaches far beyond pop and R&B.
20 Years Ago: Rage Against the Machine Reemerge More Ferocious Than Ever With ‘Evil Empire…
Rage could've come and gone like so many of the rap-metal clones that swam in their wake. Instead, they came back angrier, tighter and more brilliant than ever.
26 Years Ago: Green Day Debut With the Raucous and Raw Pop-Punk Precursor ’39/Smooth’
Green Day's 1990 debut full-length is pretty rough and raw compared to their later releases, but it also contains tantalizing hints of what would follow.
14 Years Ago: Alice In Chains Frontman Layne Staley Dies From a Drug Overdose
While the world wouldn't know it for another two weeks, it was 14 years ago today that the reclusive frontman of Alice in Chains died of a heroin overdose.
18 Years Ago: Scott Weiland Goes Solo With the Weird and Brilliant ’12 Bar Blues’
During a break from Stone Temple Pilots in 1998, the late Scott Weiland unveiled a carnivalesque solo debut that marked his creative peak.
Kurt Cobain Would’ve Turned 49 This Week: Where Would He Be Now?
How would the grunge icon have spent the past two decades had we not lost him in 1994? Would he be the biggest rock star on the planet? Or would he have disappeared?