Multi-ratio tuners. Why didn't I
Sonarworks are going to help
Because bassists deserve cool toys
Rehearsal footage, interviews, tracking clips,
You're gonna want to check
Check out some freshly unearthed
Another face of the Faceless
Check out this live playthrough
Ken Bedene the Blast Beat
Over the track "Para Mexer,"
One Animal leads today
Worlds colliding - Oz meets
This time, it wasn't a
A flawless blend of black/death/-core
AWIP drummer Anthony Adipietro closes
No posts were found.
Michael's sweet riffs
Bust out your 8 string
Guitarist Rick Jimenez rocks out
Matt makes meth (coffee).
Chris and Trey, sittin' on
Two Trooches enter, one Trooch
"I totally value your girlfriend's
A better question is, are
...and in music production.
We investigate a time-honed metal
Myrone is back with a
"Pentatonic Hardcore," an hour-long video
Why do bands like Oceano,
Hack your axe!
Members of Exodus, the Sword, Gorguts, and more weigh in.
For riffs, grind, HM2, Japanese hardcore, and everything else.
We nabbed some stories about breaking gear from members of Toxic Holocaust, Deafheaven, Night Birds, White Widows Pact, and more.
A quick 30-minute snooze can act as a restart button on your day, and helps solidify in memory what you've
Control over excess movement and space between finger and fret is crucial for developing comfort on your instrument.
Guitarist Nick Lee's fingers slice and dice like a wild animal.
We ask members of Exmortus, Revocation, Toxic Holocaust, Black Crown Initiate, White Widows Pact, and more, what they think Lord
Mongolian Folk Metallers perform live in the studio.
What gear of 2015 made our list?
Retox, Baroness, Kamasi Washington all came close, but there was only one true contender when it came to the best
Being comfortable on your instrument is one of the hardest things a musician can achieve - but how should you
Check out some gear war stories from some of the top road warriors in the 'biz.
I guarantee this is the weirdest, most intriguing metal song you'll hear today.
We talk to the bassist of one of America's leading black metal bands.
From Carpenter, Argento, Morricone, and more!
Everyone's tried to play music above their ability at one point - but does it make for better art?