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Longtime recording engineer Bob Clearmountain
JP & co. cut it
Check out Steve Albini's Chicago
Paul Wandtke takes on "Dead
It's like a one man
Rip and tear your way
Grindnoise bros doing it live
Supergroup featuring Baptists, ISIS, and
Some hump day shredfest to
Adam Jarvis' Drumming is the
Dissonance is your sentence and
Danish one-woman black metal project
Steven Brodsky shows you the
A lesson in managing your
Goth Valley High
They sat down with the
Plenty of jumping-jacks and push-ups.
"Pentatonic Hardcore," an hour-long video
Why do bands like Oceano,
Hack your axe!
Lets get nostalgic for some okay-to-terrible sounding amplifiers from yesteryear.
An interview concerning all things percussive, including how to make your drums scale such a massive wall of guitars.
These NJ instrumetal weirdos are finally releasing their full-length now that they've broken up and moved on to other successful
We get the details on the band's experimental new EP, Clear, and talk about his new signature pickups and forthcoming
More solid advice for those looking to hammer out some audio. Drum audio. First tip. Don't use an actual hammer.
One Rig to Rule them All is the story of searching for tone. We ask a musician to tell the
We ask one question to several bands to get their feedback.
Recording engineer Eyal Levi tells you what you need to know to get a great drum recording.
I had a chance to talk to the band's vocalist/guitarist/producer Tim Narducci about the tracking sessions, and the band's approach
We asked numerous bands if there was a piece of gear that they use despite not loving the sound
As part of our partnership with Swedish recording software company Toontrack for Metal Month all November, Gear Gods will be
It's a bird! It's a band! It's - post-blackmetal weirdshit?
You will, however, have to keep waiting for "Arctic Flower." That one's still thawing.
I'm always fascinated by origin stories, especially ones pertaining to parts of music that are so ubiquitous we rarely take