Vicky Cornell Describes Her Doubts About Chris Cornell’s Suicide in New Interview

In a new feature about Chris Cornell's family and death to be released in Friday's issue of PEOPLE, Cornell's widow Vicky Cornell detailed her hesitant feelings…
Winston Cook-Wilson / June 28, 2017

Scott Weiland Has Died

Update: Reports claim that Weiland died in his sleep of cardiac arrest. Former Stone Temple Pilots/Velvet Revolver frontman Scott Weiland died in his sleep…
Dan Weiss / December 4, 2015

Mark Bell, Influential ’90s House Figure, Has Died

Mark Bell, co-founder of influential British house duo LFO and notable producer and remixer in his own right, has died. The news was annonced on…
Andrew Unterberger / October 13, 2014

Proto-Punks Death Honor Fallen Brother in New Music Video

Once-obscure '70s proto-punk trio Death have finally begun getting the attention they deserve. Detroit's Hackney brothers — Bobby, David, and Dannis — belatedly found their audience via reunion…
Colin Stutz / August 14, 2014

‘My Dad Was in a Band’ Honors Rocking Fathers, Famous or Not

Hearing the blog title "My Dad Was in a Band" could lead one to believe it'll be some sort of "hey, look at how funny…
Dan Reilly / May 15, 2014

Rough Francis, Sons of Death, Thrash in ‘Not a Nice Guy’ Video

Detroit proto-punks Death had their career resuscitated thanks in part to the excellent documentary A Band Called Death, and now the sons of frontman Bobby…
Dan Reilly / March 31, 2014

Burgerama 2014: SPIN’s Best Live Photos

On Friday, March 22 and Saturday, March 23, Burger Records, the little Orange County cassette label that could, held its third-annual showcase at the Observatory…
Jolie Ruben / March 24, 2014

Death Extend Life Span With Archive Compilation ‘Death III’

Death will soon see new life. On April 22, Drag City will unleash Death III, a nine-track album collecting songs pulled from the proto-punks' past.
Kyle McGovern / February 11, 2014

SPIN’s 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time

To celebrate the new generation of shredders profiled in our May/June "Loud Issue," the SPIN staff decided to find some wheedle in a haystack, taking…
SPIN Staff / May 3, 2012

Death, ‘Spiritual, Mental, Physical’ (Drag City)

When Death's 1974 demos, ...For the Whole World to See, were finally excavated in 2009, they proved the missing link between the Stooges' "No Fun"
SPIN Staff / January 25, 2011

New Albums: Iron & Wine, Wanda Jackson + 19 More!

Here's our take on the best and worst albums available online and in record stores today:…
SPIN Staff / January 25, 2011

Rockers Honor Joey Ramone’s B-Day in NYC

It's not everyday that you find the Supersuckers, Fishbone, and a bunch of bagpipe players together in the same room. But then again not everyday…
John Macdonald / May 20, 2009