LISTEN: This week's top rock songs, according to the latest Billboard chart.
Kurt Cobain's widow and daughter are petitioning a Seattle judge to keep gruesome death-scene photos and police records relating to the Nirvana frontman's 1994 death sealed.
This is the most amazing Foo Fighters tribute band ever.
"Keith Richards: Under the Influence" will premiere on Netflix in September.
The rockers Great American Nightmare includes portions based on Zombie's movies.
The guitarist has quit the legendary band after six years in the line-up.
The Foo Fighters frontman is regaining the strength in his broken leg with a rigorous physiotherapy routine.
The troubled rocker has been arrested for the third time this year.
Jonathan Davis has been hit with a lawsuit over the failed American Curiosities Museum.
Lzzy Hale's Halestrom have hit the top spot with new single "Amen."
The guitarist passed away in 2013, leaving behind a collection of rare and customized instruments that will be sold to help raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Project.
Arin Ilejay has been with the band since 2011, when he replaced the late James Sullivan.
Maggie Poukkula, 19, found the 1987 photos in one of her father's books and she has thrilled fans of the band by sharing them via Twitter.
The AC/DC star was caught on camera following his court appearance in New Zealand, hurling abuse at a photographer outside his home, and grappling with a bodyguard.
The rocker asked his girlfriend Beth Thom to marry him and she said yes.
After years of tabloid gossip, country music's top couple Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert announced their divorce after four years of marriage.
Phil Rudd, the drummer of Australian rock band AC/DC, has been arrested in New Zealand where he lives just 10 days after being sentenced to home detention, media reported on Sunday.
The Eagles of Death Metal's Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme talk about their work ethic.
The metal star enforces a strict no-picture policy at his gigs and if you break the rules he will take matters into his own hands.
eavy rockers Iron Maiden are toasting their heavy drinking fans.