Former Iron Maiden drummer Clive Burr has died at the age of 56.
"Well I don't feel like sleeping/ But I sure feel like lying down," the 79-year-old bluesman pleads on his lascivious "Help Me".
A heavy metal tribute to Satan and a film about heroin addicts have been named the very best that Britain has produced, in a Diamond Jubilee poll.
Abramson, the first female editor of The New York Times, has already made history.
Bibio aka producer Stephen Wilkinson creates the kind of lush, heart-tugging melodies you’re sure you’ve heard somewhere before. Indeed, the gorgeous “Lovers’ Carvings” from his last album is that catchy hum-along summer -drenched song that lights up the Kindle TV advert.
Having begun the day by losing the man who had brought him to Anfield, Roy Hodgson ended it by admitting it was possible Fernando Torres could leave Liverpool for Manchester United.
For the lead singer of one of the world's biggest metal bands, working a second job as an airline executive is perhaps not the most obvious way to spend time off.
Iron Maiden’s 15th studio album is their longest to date, but it only contains 10 tracks, allowing plenty of room for noodling and portentous drum solos.
I like Calvin Harris's album 'Ready for the Weekend'. It's a party from start to finish – a total disco record. David Guetta's song "Sexy Chick" is brilliant, too. I've been listening to some old-school acid house, too.
Following other unintentionally hilarious air-punching classics – Anvil! The Story of Anvil, Metallica: Some Kind of Monster (2004) and, of course, the genre-defining This is Spinal Tap (1984) – this is the latest heavy metal rockumentary, and follows Iron Maiden's Somewhere Back in Time world tour of 2008.
You need only see a photograph of 54-year-old actor Bruce Willis and his new bride, the 30-year-old model Emma Hemming, to understand a few of the many benefits of attracting a younger spouse. But the generation gap brings with it some special pitfalls, too, as his first wife Demi Moore discovered on Saturday at Willis's wedding.
Former hobo, 67, is nominated for best international artist award
Fed up with tinny headphones and speakers, Rhodri Marsden enrolled on a 'sound-tasting' course – and discovered hidden depths to his MP3 collection
Sir Ian McKellen guarantees bums on seats – look at the success of his recent starkers turn as King Lear – but his memory for faces ain't what it used to be.