Jordan Blum is a former editor at PopMatters and a contributor to Kerrang!, Consequence of Sound, PROG, WhatCulture, Metal Injection, Recording Academy/Grammys and more. He's written books about Jethro Tull, Opeth, and Dream Theater. In his spare time, he likes to yell at strangers about how much Genesis sucked in the '80s.
Axl Rose Vows to End 30-Year Microphone Toss Tradition in Apology Statement to Injured Fan
He also condemns 'negative n’ irresponsible' reports of the incident.
Watch This Local Painter Create a Commemorative Mural of Ozzy in His Hometown of Birmingham
'I only really paint people I admire,' said artist Robbie Jeffcott.
Watch Ozzy Sing ‘War Pigs’ in the Opening Clip for WWE’s ‘Survivor Series: WarGames’
Now THAT is how you kick off a wrestling event.
15 Rock + Metal Bands Who’ve Appeared on Kids TV Shows
Get 'em headbanging while they're still young!
35 Years Ago: ‘Three Amigos’ Unites Comedy Greats to Yield a Cult Classic
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20 Years Ago: Yes’ ‘Magnification’ Marks Jon Anderson’s Swan Song
Album was prog-rock band's first since 1970's 'Time and a Word' to feature an orchestra.
Why ‘Friday the 13th Part VI’ Is the Best Jason Movie Ever
Sixth installment of series holds its own.