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Rob Halford read his rejection letter from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame live on a radio show.
10 Greatest Metal Riffs of the 1980s
With the advent of thrash and the New Wave of British Heavy Metal further advancing to metal’s forefront, a golden age of music ruled the decade.
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Former Motley Crue Opening Act The Raskins Sue for $30 Million Over Treatment on 2014 Tour
The Raskins are suing Motley Crue's management team and other parties for allegedly being forced to play for mostly empty venues and being sprayed with water guns filled with urine, among other reasons.
Arin Ilejay: I Was ‘Shocked and Scared’ When Synyster Gates Called to Let Me Go From Aveng…
In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Arin Ilejay reveals he felt 'shocked and scared' after being fired from Avenged Sevenfold by Synyster Gates.
Guns N’ Roses Barred From Playing Past Curfew at Gillette Stadium Shows
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