Start the new year off right with the best of the best: Motorhead, Funkadelic, Phil Seymour, Johnny Nicholas and the top 10 CDs of 2017.
“He’s being remembered in a million different ways,” says drummer Mikkey Dee, speaking of the late Motörhead icon, Lemmy Kilmister. Interview by Martin Popoff.
It’s the BRITISH ROCK ISSUE and Ringo Starr has a lot to talk about: new music and old experiences. And peace, of course.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame’s latest inductions include two Country superstars, a heavy metal legend, a best-selling female trio and Brasil’s finest
Reviewing what was then Hawkwind’s latest single, back in the late 1970s, the English New Musical Express responded to its title “25 Years” by asking “have they really been going that long?” They hadn’t. But today, the intrepid spacemen have …
Lemmy is defying the odds just as he did when he drove a van full of Jimi Hendrix’s gear across England wearing kaleidoscope glasses on his face. He doesn’t play by the rules, he doesn’t like rules, and he doesn’t like the people who make the rules.
Grab your neck brace and call the chiropractor: It’s time to bang your head with Goldmine’s May 2011 Heavy Metal issue, on newsstands now!
Members of Motörhead, The Stray Cats, and Lonesome Spurs team up for new HeadCat release
“Adrift” is his second proper solo disc and shows a very different side of a man who has survived more than 30 years in the world of hard rock.
On the verge of releasing new album, guitarist Robertson took some time to reflect and remember former band mate and friend Gary Moore, who passed away earlier this week.