Category: HISTORY

James Hetfield On How Metallica Named Death Magnetic

How was Metallica named Death Magnetic? Today we will detail how Metallica named the album that made an important touch on its career. Just as the 1990s were not going well, Metallica should...

The Show That Roger Daltrey Forgot The Lyrics Of The Who Song

Formed in London in 1964, The Who has been one of the pioneers of those rock artists in the United Kingdom since their existence. Considered one of the most influential bands of...

Mick Mars’ Chronic And Painful Disease That Caused Him To Leave Playing Guitar

Although it's nice to be a rock and roll artist; or be famous, tour with a crew, record songs, and release albums, it's just as hard to carry the guitars for years....

How Much Did The Beatles Icon Paul McCartney Pay For His First Guitar?

Paul McCartney, the lead guitarist and one of those founding members of The Beatles, has a completely different level with his playing technique and creativity. In an interview in 2004, Paul McCartney...

Queen Celebrated Roger Taylor’s Birthday

Roger Taylor was born in 26 July 1949. English musician is drummer, songwriter, tenement funster and founder member of Queen. Queen -British rock band founded in 1970 and sold more than 300 million...

July 25, 1983: Metallica released their debut album Kill ‘Em All

It is very rare situation that the first albums are decisive for the bands. Metallica used it very well. The album Kill' Em All, released 36 years ago, continues to inspire new...

Happy Birthday Slash

Guns N' Roses recently celebrated Slash's birthday with a special photo on their verified Instagram account. Slash's wife Meegan Hodges also commented on this photo. The photo was attracted by many fans. Here's what...

Giant of the Guitar World GIBSON’s History

Gibson began their first sale in 1984 in Kalamazoo, Michigan. In 1902, the Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Mfg. Co. Ltd. was incorporated to market the instruments. In 1918, founder Orville Gibson died of a heart condition. The...