It's been a busy week around the rock world so here's a quick round up of some of the news stories that you might have missed...
X Japan has announced that it will perform a pair of solo concerts to commemorate the 10th anniversary of their re-unification ...
Hugely popular UK rockers Lonely The Brave have announced the departure of frontman David Jakes for health reasons...
Alan Raw and Richard Watson have announced details of their next #360Raw night at 360 Club in Leeds. Get more details here...
On April 21st – aka Record Store Day - Motörhead will be issuing a 7” picture disc of their runaway hit cover version of David Bowie’s "Heroes"...
Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons have announced that they will release an exclusive 7" vinyl single for Record Store Day on April 21st 2018.
Corby sextet Raging Speedhorn have announced that they will be regrouping with their original line up on October 6th for a one-off reunion show at the Electric Ballroom in London.
Following the March 27th release of "Far Cry 5", Ubisoft plans to drop plenty of post-launch content for their dedicated fans.
Canadian Music Week has announced the exciting next wave of artists who will be performing at this year's festival that will take May 7th to 13th.
As of March 1st, Ubisoft officially acquired the Atlanta based company Blue Mammoth Games, along with their lead title "Brawlhalla".
Fickle Friends are currently in the middle of a massive 18-date UK tour and have announced details of a run of UK in-store appearances.
Sorority Noise has announced their decision to take a hiatus. The following statement was posted by Cam Boucher on the reasons for the hiatus:
Wacken Metal Battle Canada is proud to present this year’s 2018 free digital sampler of competing bands from across the country.
On 2nd April Marillion release All One Tonight the live DVD of their Royal Albert Hall Show filmed in October 2017.
Game publisher Ubisoft has plans for the 2nd anniversary of their first-person shooter “Tom Clancy’s The Division”.
Kentucky rockers Black Stone Cherry have revealed a video trailer showcasing their upcoming sixth studio album, Family Tree.
London based cinematic metal band The Ever Living have been left stranded 'in the middle of nowhere' after their crew ran off with all of their bags (including passports), equipment and footage.
Milwaukee heavy hardcore band Knaaves has a new member of their family.
The late great Chris Cornell's official music video for his song "The Promise" has now been released by Survival Pictures.
In celebration of the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege esports scene, Ubisoft hosted their Six Invitational event for the second consecutive year.