Share Tweet It’s an exciting time to be a Guns N’ Roses fan. Today marks 30 years since they released their blockbuster debut album, Appetite for Destruction. The North American leg of their Not in This Lifetime tour begins July 27 and runs through November 29. Lesser Gods published Mick Wall’s Last of the Giants: The True
Share Tweet With James Hetfield at the helm, Metallica went from being thrash pioneers to heavy metal gods. Lesser Gods is publishing the first and only biography of Hetfield on April 11. So Let It Be Written: The Biography of Metallica’s James Hetfield does justice to the many hats Hetfield has worn, with his strong leadership, signature vocal
Share Tweet Lesser Gods is publishing Finding Joseph I: An Oral History of H.R. from Bad Brains next week. This oral history is the first fully authorized biography of H.R., the enigmatic front man of the legendary Bad Brains, who were recently nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Check out the book trailer!
Share Tweet Lesser Gods will publish the first fully authorized biography of Paul “H.R.” Hudson, one of rock’s most enigmatic, mysterious and troubled lead singers, who founded and fronted the seminal punk/hardcore band Bad Brains. The announcement comes on the heels of today’s exciting news that Bad Brains have been nominated for the Rock & Roll
Share Tweet Lesser Gods is pleased to announce that we will be publishing Dusty: An Intimate Portrait of a Musical Legend in May 2017. This biography of legendary singer Dusty Springfield is an intimate portrait of an immensely complicated and talented woman. It’s the definitive account of one of music’s most legendary figures. Combining brand-new
Share Tweet On the publication date of A Vulgar Display of Pantera, featuring photographs by Joe Giron and a foreword by Rex Brown, Lesser Gods is pleased to share this video trailer, featuring dozens of photos from the book and a live version of “Cowboys from Hell.” Click here to learn more about the book. A Vulgar Display
Share Tweet “There was never a time that I didn’t have direct eye contact with each member of the band. They were always playing to the camera. Especially Dimebag, who always encouraged me to get up close and personal. ‘Son, get up here and getcha a pull,’ he’d say.” Lesser Gods is excited to publish A
Lesser Gods is pleased to announce the acquisition of This Is It: The Strokes 1996-2016, a visual history of the band by their longtime friend and photographer Cody Smyth. Check out an article about the book and an interview with Smyth from Consequence of Sound.