15 Years Ago: The Donnas Take Off With ‘Spend the Night’
The Donnas abandoned all traces of subtlety with their major-label debut, 'Spend the Night.'
35 Years Ago: Bauhaus Flirt With the Unorthodox on ‘The Sky’s Gone Out’
Bauhaus' third album melded Goth with more experimental compositions.
15 Years Ago: Nirvana’s ‘You Know You’re Right’ Released Following Lengthy Lawsuit
Nine years after the last Nirvana LP was released, the song "You Know You're Right," from the band's greatest hits collection, came out as a single Oct. 8, 2002.
Depeche Mode Albums Ranked in Order of Awesomeness
Since their debut in 1980, Depeche Mode have come to define the synth-pop genre like no other. We've ranked all their albums in order of awesomeness.
30 Years Ago: Pet Shop Boys Subversively Get Their Point Across on ‘Actually’
Pet Shop Boys' second album subtly mixed social commentary in with electronic dance grooves.
Royal Blood: Jimmy Page Is ‘Just This Regular Guy From England': Exclusive Interview
We spoke with Royal Blood about hanging out with Jimmy Page, popping champagne corks at Taylor Swift and their quick rise to fame.
30 Years Ago: The Jesus and Mary Chain Switch Gears on ‘Darklands’
After the swirling feedback of their debut, the Jesus and Mary Chain focused on lyrics and melodies on 1987's 'Darklands.'
25 Years Ago: Ice-T Decides to Pull ‘Cop Killer’ From Body Count’s Controversial Debut
In the wake of the L.A. riots, a battle over freedom of speech was waged over "Cop Killer," a song from Ice-T's metal band Body Count.
25 Years Ago: Kyuss Release a Modern Rock Classic With ‘Blues for the Red Sun’
Kyuss took the underground metal world by surprise with their second effort, 1992's 'Blues for the Red Sun.'
15 Years Ago: Jerry Cantrell Tries to Leave Alice in Chains Behind on ‘Degradation Trip’
Jerry Cantrell looked to step out of the large, looming shadow of Alice in Chains with his second solo album, 'Degradation Trip,' which came out in 2002.