Stick Twirl: for people who
Out on tour right now
Take a bite out of
Check out some studio footage
Legendary 90's space rock band
It's a comin' up!
Paul Wandtke takes on "Dead
It's like a one man
Rip and tear your way
Can they do it live?
New project featuring Baptists/ISIS/Russian Circles
Get ready to have a
Watch out for crabs.
The dream of the '80s
Exclusive bass playthrough by Adriano
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Never heard of him? Buckle
We don't know yet who
Don't blink or you'll miss
There are only 2 in
One of my favorite albums
We chatted with the shredder
Gear Gods editor Max reflects
Trey gets a bit existential.
Bonus: They included the vocalist
Pray for Sound run down
Start upping your picking game
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I mean, I can't be the only one making bad Tolkien puns
It's better to be denied "Wings" than "No Stairway." And you're probably more into Page than McCartney anyhow.
If you don't know Carvin, I feel bad for you son.
I'm sure they'll let you jam on their gear whenever you want. After all, what's Thine is yours.
So just be zen about it.
Watch in wonder as drummer Peter Costa will "Bring Down the Stars."
Guitarist Jason Volpe and his GoPro take you for a headstock ride into the ear canals of madness.
*Not to be confused with "Bjorn Strong," the Swedish bodybuilder.
The technical death metal band brings the futurism without getting too technical about it.
I've also said that if you're going to mimic something, do it how Bates would do it. Words to live
The band has recently moved to Kemper Profiling amps.
The engineer/musicians talk shop about mastering, recording, and performing.
A drummer that brings his own mics to the gig is a drummer I can get behind.
A spin on the usual Rigged format. Today, we enter the studio to see how the guitar tone on The
A better look at the vocal tracking process this time, for the band's new record Phenomena
Some fans like gear rundowns with actual amps. Others like seeing amp modellers applied in new contexts. And for once,