Duds Milk Misfortune In Making Debut Album

Album finished only after they lost their original name, an early master of the album and had equipment stolen.

Sepultura Hot For March Metal Meltdown

Brazilian quartet joins more than 100 metal bands in fest that marries music, wrestling and porn stars.

Best Of '99: Sparklehorse Survive Setbacks, Trot Out New LP

Group leader Mark Linkous' recovery from drug overdose inspires much of Good Morning Spider.

Silverchair's New LP Less Pomp, More Circumstance

Now out of high school, grunge trio add musical flair to upcoming Neon Ballroom album.

Mercury Rev Will Adapt Lush LP Sound For Stage

Upstate New York sextet plans spring tour behind acclaimed album Deserter's Songs.

Mercury Rev To Adapt Lush LP Sound For Stage

Upstate New York sextet plans spring tour behind acclaimed album Deserter's Songs.

Paul Westerberg Changes Gears On New Solo LP

Ex-Replacements singer-guitarist's third album, Suicaine Gratifaction, more somber than earlier material.

Best Of '99: Sebadoh Close Gap To Create New Album

Eclectic indie rockers say spending more time together was key to The Sebadoh.

Wilco Add Darker Hues For New Album

Chicago-bred band moves away from country-rock to pop sound, provocative lyrics on Summer Teeth.

Kid Rock Caught Between Rock And A Hard Rap

Eclectic artist plans to team with Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi, Mötley Crüe's Tommy Lee, Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst.

Dub Pistols' Leader Takes Shot At Solo Tour

Leader of electronica act begins solo U.S. club tour today

Local H Take Cues From Movies And Script Latest LP

Zion, Ill., rock duo kick off new leg of tour in support of Pack Up the Cats album.

Olivia Tremor Control Ready To Hit The Road

Eclectic pop quartet will support Black Foliage with 16 dates starting March 24.

System Of A Down Work Their Way Up

With a boost from metal veterans Slayer and producer Rick Rubin, the L.A. foursome is on the rise.

Coolio Returns To Court On Drug And Gun Charges

Rapper is scheduled for Southwest Superior Court Tuesday to answer charges from September arrest.

ODB Back In Court On Threat Charges

Judge moves to have a Compton, Calif., court rule on consolidating two terrorist charges against rapper.

Boo Radleys Guitarist Saw Breakup Coming

For songwriter Martin Carr, the dance-rock quartet had become too big and too expensive.

Music Militia Planning To Protest UMG, Grammy Awards

Group against commercialization of music says it will stage rally outside Universal Music Group building and at Grammys.

Music Militia Plans To Protest UMG, Grammy Awards

Group against commercialization of music says it will stage rally outside Universal Music Group building and at Grammys.

Tommy Lee To Face Probation Hearing

If found guilty of using alcohol, Motley Crue drummer could face three years in prison.

Tommy Lee Faces Probation Hearing

If found guilty of using alcohol, Motley Crue drummer could face three years in prison.

Paul Westerberg Goes It Alone With Suicaine Gratifaction

Former Replacements leader says his upcoming third solo album may be his most heartfelt.

Goo Goo Dolls, New Radicals Announce Tour Dates

Power-pop trio's upcoming junket will kick off March 20.

Iggy Pop Teams With Don Was For Jazz-Tinged Album

Notorious 'Godfather of Punk' continues his evolution in the studio.