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Guilty pleasures: Jackyl – Jackyl (1992)

When Jackyl’s self-titled debut came out, I absolutely hated it. I was in the waning days of my “more notes=better music” listening phase.

Metallica's Kirk Hammett explores collection of horror memorabilia in first book

Metallica’s Kirk Hammett will publish his first book, Too Much Horror Business: The Kirk Hammett Collection, documenting his love of all things horror

One Track Mind: Jorn, “Ride Like the Wind” (2012)

Who could have guessed that a Christopher Cross song would have so much traction in the metal world? This is at least the third heavy cover of the song

'A no-fly zone over the amphitheaters': Paul Stanley previews upcoming Kiss tour

Paul Stanley knows just what fans expect from a Kiss concert, after decades of explosions and ear-splitting rock. That’s why they’ll be upping the ante on an upcoming tour with Motley Crue.

Is Van Halen set for an appearance at this year's Super Bowl halftime show?

When Eddie Van Halen, discussing the reunited Van Halen’s return to the road, mentioning possibly doing “something special” as part of the tour — without specifying just what — well, the rumor mill began to whir. One hot topic: The Super Bowl.

See set list and video from Black Sabbath's reunion concert at the Download Festival

Three of the four original members of Black Sabbath reformed to close out the Download Festival on Sunday, June 10, 2012. See the set list, and fan video of the encore of “Paranoid” here!

Twisted Sister – Club Daze Vol. II: Live in the Bars/ Live at Hammersmith (2012 remasters)

It’s been a good few weeks for Twisted Sister fans.

Half Notes: Fantomas – Suspended Animation (2005)

Each of their most recent three albums had some sort of gimmick involved, and jazz-metal-avant weirdos Fantomas’ Suspended Animation didn’t deviate from that successful formula.

Dee Snider – Dee Does Broadway (2012)

You can thank a couple of warped senses of humor for this gem: The idea for Dee Does Broadway was born out of voicemails that the Twisted Sister frontman and Alice Cooper exchanged

Forgotten series: Jesu – Jesu (2005)

Godflesh was gone, but one of the men behind it, Justin Broadrick, resurrected the sound and infused it into a new band, Jesu.