A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Gene Simmons Says There’s Been ‘Some Writing’ for a New Kiss Album
Kiss may yet get around to releasing a new album — but it doesn't sound like fans should expect to hear it anytime soon.
Iron Maiden’s Steve Harris Says It’s ‘Tougher Than Ever’ for New Bands to Break Out
Iron Maiden founder Steve Harris has a lot to be grateful for at this stage of the band's career — not the least of which is the fact that he doesn't have to worry about starting out today.
Peter Criss Says ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Is Over’
Former Kiss drummer Peter Criss has had his differences of opinion with ex-bandmate Gene Simmons, but they agree in at least one respect: both men seem to think rock is dead.
25 Years Ago: Rob Halford Leaves Judas Priest
Judas Priest survived the '80s, only to see singer Rob Halford exit the group in the spring of 1992.
Watch Warrant’s New ‘Louder Harder Faster’ Video: Exclusive Premiere
Warrant are warming up for the May 12 release of their new Louder Harder Faster LP with the official video for the title track, debuting today.
Watch Eddie Vedder Cover Talking Heads, Squeeze, Neil Young
The annual Hot Stove Cool Music benefit concert brought out Eddie Vedder for a covers-filled set.
Bruce Springsteen Recalls Early IRS Woes: ‘They Came After Us’
After years of struggling to find an audience, Bruce Springsteen made it big in the mid-'70s — and soon discovered that failing to pay one's taxes can have some pretty painful consequences.
Watch Robert Trujillo Join His Son Tye Onstage With Korn
Last week marked our annual Take Your Child to Work Day, but Tye Trujillo bucked tradition by bringing his dad — Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo — along to his latest gig
20 Years Ago: Cheap Trick Reboots on an Indie Label With ‘Cheap Trick’
Cheap Trick's 1997 album for Red Ant hearkened back to their debut, but, again, external forces went against them.
Ex-Anthrax Guitarist Dan Spitz Forms New Band With Former Journey Drummer Deen Castronovo
Former Anthrax guitarist Dan Spitz is teaming up with ex-Journey drummer Deen Castronovo on a new band, with an eye toward getting started on their first album later this year.