Is this a parallel universe
You can be a '70s
The future is here and
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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
Myrone and a skeleton crew
Old mate Max Bremer from
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How well can you solo
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One of my favorite albums
We chatted with the shredder
Bonus: They included the vocalist
It's not the worst place
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We get the details on the band's experimental new EP, Clear, and talk about his new signature pickups and forthcoming
The multi-instrumentalist talks about his role as bassist and mixing/mastering Gorguts' Colored Sands
They used Marshalls and Blackstars and
Bonus interview: Murder Construct's drummer. And Uphill Battle's. And the guy who played with Jesu for a bit. And the
A look into the tracking process behind Hubado, the 2013 award winner for "Best Soundtrack to your Abstractly Unraveling Reality."
Also, the perils of poorly researching your interview.
A Q&A with the man behind all of the beats and fills of Toontrack's new Metal! Midi software.
Their album came out almost a year ago and they've been touring on it almost non-stop.
The band has made some major amplification changes since their last album.
Producer/engineer and Feared bassist Jocke Skog talks about the Metal Amps expansion pack he produced for Toontrack's EZmix 2.
The band's new self-titled album is one of the year's best.
I suppose that, as ninjas, silent riffing must be an option.
Just, you know, with words. Not an actual probe. You people have a serious anal fixation. I'm just trying to
As part of our partnership with Swedish recording software company Toontrack for Metal Month all November, Gear Gods will be
I had a chance to talk to the band's vocalist/guitarist/producer Tim Narducci about the tracking sessions, and the band's approach