A countdown of this year’s top releases according to Goldmine’s Spin Cycle’s columnist Dave Thompson.
John Cale Fragments of a Rainy Season (Domino 2CD) First released back in 1992, in an age when you didn’t trip over Cale live albums every time you left the house, Fragments of a Rainy Season was also issued in …
Ozzy Osbourne chats about leaving the concert stage with Black Sabbath for the very last time.
various artists Dust on the Nettles – A Journey Through the British Underground Folk Scene 1967-1972 Grapefruit CRSEGBOX 030 (3CD) This is not the first collection to delve into whatever we’re calling this music this week… acid-wyrd-psychic-prog-folk-marshmallows…. but it could …
With Black Sabbath’s 2016 “THE END” tour underway, comes news about a special limited edition CD to be sold exclusively on the band’s worldwide final tour.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame continues to recognize all giants of the music industry, from the most commercial to the most bizarre
Eddie Trunk knows stuff about hard rock and heavy metal groups that even the members don’t know, or at best, have forgotten. So what music changed Eddie’s life? Some of the answers might surprise you.
Luminous doesn’t begin to describe Ronnie James Dio’s contribution to rock. From Elf to Black Sabbath, his career was astonishing in its color and in its breadth.
Forget the 2002 reissues of “Blizzard Of Ozz” and “Diary Of A Madman.” Bob Daisley and Lee Kerslake are back in the mix, with plenty of extras from Ozzy/Rhoads.
Clay-animation version of the Black Sabbath legend stars in a funny Web film for Brisk Iced Tea