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Nothing wrong with a little
It's studio, but also live.
Two drummers, twice the drummer
Man, Hot Ones got weird.
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The Proverbial Snare Tone
Cruisin' with Ron Thal.
We ask members of Exodus,
The man behind the tones
Longtime session drummer and instructor
It's a comin' up!
Time to get your board
The technical death metal band brings the futurism without getting too technical about it.
I've also said that if you're going to mimic something, do it how Bates would do it. Words to live
The band has recently moved to Kemper Profiling amps.
The engineer/musicians talk shop about mastering, recording, and performing.
A drummer that brings his own mics to the gig is a drummer I can get behind.
A spin on the usual Rigged format. Today, we enter the studio to see how the guitar tone on The
A better look at the vocal tracking process this time, for the band's new record Phenomena
Some fans like gear rundowns with actual amps. Others like seeing amp modellers applied in new contexts. And for once,
Holy hell. Now this is a monster bass rig.
Washington DC's newest doom-mongers shatter the capital's foundations.
Now THIS is how you tell the tale of a rig's evolution.
I mean the album is called Inferno. I can't do italics in the header, or this description. But maybe he
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.