In a new interview, Slayer's Tom Araya and Kerry King revealed that the legendary thrash band was no longer signed to Rick Rubin's label, American Recordings. The news was quite surprising, as the band have worked with Rubin ever since recording 'Reign in Blood' in 1986. However, it turns out Slayer may be sticking with Rubin, as evidenced in an official statement from the band.
Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler has been talking about his solo album for a couple of years now. It looks like the project is getting closer to being recorded, with Tyler meeting up with possible producers.
Alongside their status as worldwide metal legends, Black Sabbath are one of the biggest British rock bands of all time, so it only makes sense that the U.K. music mag Mojo is rolling out the red carpet for the group's new '13' album with an issue providing an in-depth look at the sessions -- including a lengthy interview with producer Rick Rubin.
He’s been one of the most sought-after producers in rock for 25 years — and now that he’s also co-chairman of Columbia Records, Rick Rubin is also one of the busiest, with his hands in a dizzying list of current and upcoming projects.
Rubin discussed a number of those albums during a recent Billboard interview, conducted to celebrate the huge success of Columbia artist Adele’s new album, ’21′ (whi