The career of Dave Grohl has been nothing short of miraculous.
Bloc Party made waves when they released their Paul Epworth-produced debut album 'Silent Alarm' in 2005.
A wise man once said, "Loud, fast rules." We have no idea who that man was, but he did have a point.
No disrespect to the original songs, but these covers take the source material to entirely new (and sometimes unexpected) places.
Even in this ever-changing digital world of music, the first track on an album, both past and present, serves as a master of ceremonies of sorts.
When Billy Corgan released his first and only solo album, no one seemed to pay much attention.
Nirvana often get credit for firing the first shots of the alternative revolution of the '90s, but it all began nearly a decade earlier with Jane's Addiction.
Hüsker Dü built their reputation as a band on a simple concept -- speed.
We love album covers. Sometimes, the piece of artwork can completely change the listening experience of a record.