Chad has been writing about music since the mid '90s in genres ranging from mainstream pop to extreme metal. His work has appeared in numerous magazines and websites across the globe. He's currently the heavy metal editor for About.com and contributes to many other publications. Chad has worked in radio for more than a quarter century and resides in Charlotte.
Highly Suspect Unveil Visually Stunning Video for ‘My Name Is Human’
Highly Suspect were nominated for a Best Rock Song Grammy for "My Name is Human," which also topped the rock chart, and now they've released a new video for the tune.
Crew Member Dies in Tragic Accident Following Avenged Sevenfold / Disturbed Concert in Germany [Update]
A tragic accident occurred as the crew were breaking down the stage after Avenged Sevenfold's show in Germany.
Megadeth Critique Grammy House Band’s Version of Metallica’s ‘Master of Puppets’
Megadeth's Dave Mustaine critiques the Grammy house band playing Metallica's 'Master of Puppets' and Mustaine and David Ellefson reflect on Grammy win.
Metallica’s Kirk Hammett Puts Classic 1968 Jaguar XKE Up for Auction
Metallica guitar great Kirk Hammett has put his classic 1968 Jaguar XKE on the auction block.
Vocalist Joshua Alan Exits Bobby Blotzer’s Ratt
Bobby Blotzer's version of Ratt just suffered a setback as vocalist Joshua Alan has exited the band.
Foo Fighters Guitarist Chris Shiflett to Release Solo Album ‘West Coast Town’ in April
Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett has taken advantage of a break in the schedule to record his third solo album, 'West Coast Town.'
Zakk Wylde’s Zakk Sabbath to Embark on First Headlining Tour This Spring
Zakk Wylde and his Zakk Sabbath cohorts will hit the road for their first major headlining tour this spring.
Scorpions’ Mikkey Dee: Every Snare Hit Is ‘A Small Tribute to My Friend Lemmy’
In a new interview, Mikkey Dee shares his appreciation for his time with Motorhead's Lemmy Kilmister and teases Scorpions upcoming plans.
Asking Alexandria’s Danny Worsnop Says Solo Work Is His ‘Number One’ Priority
Though he returned to Asking Alexandria last fall, singer Danny Worsnop reveals that his solo work is his 'number one' priority.
Korn’s Jonathan Davis Launches T-Shirt Campaign to Benefit Suicide Prevention + Anti-Bullying Organizations
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis is using his platform as a rocker to help launch a t-shirt campaign helping out suicide prevention and anti-bullying organizations.
Thirty Seconds to Mars Preview 2017’s ‘Camp Mars’ Summer Retreat
Are you ready for Camp Mars? Thirty Seconds to Mars have released a trailer as they prep for year three of their annual summer getaway.
‘Underground Inc.’ Documentary to Feature Members of White Zombie, Clutch, Stone Sour + More
A number of members of the punk, metal and rock communities will appear in the upcoming documentary, 'Underground Inc.'