Rob Zombie is mostly known for his horror flicks, but he says that his new project, based on a book about the final years of comedy legend Groucho Marx, is the kind of movie "I was always looking for."
A former teen witch/Riot Grrrl/biochemistry major, Maja D'Aoust now uses her science background to examine the world through her lecture series, tarot readings, and insightful performances as the Oracle.
"If you’re into music and metal, you just do it!"
"White American men seem to have the market cornered on crazy-ass serial killers."
32 years after making waves as "the female Conan," the ever-evolving Ontario-born singer is back with her first rock album in two decades.
Friends and fans gathered at the Rainbow Room in Los Angeles to celebrate a man who was never supposed to die.
Also discussed: Terrible bands, worse band names, and parental patience
"At This Point, I’m Beyond Quitting:" Catching Up with Thor, Canada's Unconquerable Heavy Metal Hero
The heavy metal legend discusses pumping iron, the new documentary about his life, and that one time he played a naked waiter.
Or, how a metal band comprised of all black dudes started in 1978, got paid in cocaine, and squeezed Cyndi Lauper’s boob.
This is a thing that really happened.
In support of his band's new record 'The Night Creeper,' the English stoner-rock shaman named Kevin Starrs talks about his obsession with the bizarre man that is Charles Manson.
It was sort of the Volcano Nachos equivalent to Klaus Kinski trying to haul the ship over the mountain in Werner Herzog's Fitzcarraldo.