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JP & co. cut it
Check out Steve Albini's Chicago
Polyrhythmic prog-metal masters are back
Paul Wandtke takes on "Dead
It's like a one man
Rip and tear your way
Some hump day shredfest to
Chops, chops, chops.
Live from Licha's Cantina!
Need some epic progressive grooves
Wes will take you to
Natural 20. Critical hit
Take a Voyage to Oz,
Never heard of him? Buckle
We don't know yet who
One of metal's great mysteries,
TopGuitar Magazine got the scoop
He's the Chancellor of bass
Check out this demo video
Can you guess which one?
Petrucci runs down his JP-2C
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