Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame’s latest inductions include superstars from the Country, Heavy Metal and Rock fields as well as a great Vocal Group
With all the independent music releases out there, it can be hard to separate the good from the bad. Here are some recent releases that we sorted through.
Metal God Rob Halford looks back fondly on his band’s 1984 release, “Defenders of the Faith.”
As Judas Priest celebrates the 30th Anniversary of “Defenders of the Faith,” Goldmine premieres the live audio track, “Rock Hard Ride Free.”
An original member Judas Priest, Ian Hill was influenced by the heavy blues sound that rocked through London in the ’60s. Here are the albums that changed his life.
Veteran band goes all-out in a scaled-down Izod Center
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.
The metal gods will have to do without one of their core members.
At age 59, Rob Halford experiments a little and now sings in a more-natural voice, but who’s complaining?
Backstage Auctions is offering more than 200 still-sealed records from illustrious labels such as Neat Records and Heavy Metal Records as part of its Rock Gods and Metal Monsters auction, which ends Nov. 7, 2010.