Ever wanted the rarest Jackson
Slate Digital are back from
Spector's looking damn good at
One of metal/hardcore's biggest names
Much better than old timey
Djent from the present day
Rip and tear your way
Wings Denied, arms and feet
Tell me the truth to
Brooklyn's most forward-thinking hardcore band
It's not every day you
Killer Be Killed
AWIP guitarist D'Andre Tyre blitzes
Chris Letchford aims for the
NYC deathcore outfit release the
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They've got the kind of
It's more deluxe than plain,
The ex-Shai Halud vocalist and
Jay discusses the duality of
Max speaks with the engineer
Fit For A Mark IIc
NAMM will test every inch
The man behind recordings by
Got wood for wood?
Testament guitarist and Megadeth bassist
Yes, including the chromatic ascending
Jake shows off the versatile,
Also, what's the difference between an onion and a bagpipe?
A singer in a smokey room. A smell of wine and cheap perfume. For a smile they can share the
We caught up with the Cynic gutiarist to discuss the new mentality behind Kindly Bent To Free Us, the difficulties
Opeth's sonic palette has shifted again on their new record, albeit more subtly.
Last week we posted the first part of this mammoth interview with Candiria. It was long enough that we hadn't
Except maybe if your amp sucks and you want an excuse to borrow a better one from that other band
Candiria are back after a 7 year hiatus. I had a chance to talk to their drummer Ken for an
This rig costs more than your car.
You guys really want to have this conversation don't you? So let's have it.
Ever wondered how Zakk Wylde really gets that distinctive tone?
Selling his mixing settings and guitar tones, drum samples from the album
Dude wasn't kidding when he talked about the power of three.
This is not a man who performs outside of Japan very often.
Felix's incredible tapping and slapping on that monstrous guitar made for the best demo we saw on NAMM day one.
For those of you who want some tips from Kurt about bass tone in the studio, which I assume is
We talked to Davide about his distinctive approach to the guitar, tracking the album with Erik, his gear, and the