Revv up those fryers
Tell 'em DAVE
A X E S
Shred on, Greg, shred on
Ready to grind like Gus?
Do you remember yours?
Emphasis on "Monster"
Don't Hirsch yourself!
That's a lot of strokes!
Beam me up, Scottie!
What doth ye covet?
We thought we had seen
Pelagic Records' cinematic metal darlings
Dio can you hear me?
It's not black and white
I won't Stan for this!
Solid proof that grind-core is
WALL. OF. BALL.
Dave knows axes.
Carrots chopped at random.
Don't Stop Riffin'
NASHVILLE HOT CHICKEN AINT SHIT
How do you record sound
Ed edited it did he?
Sometimes, nothing else will do!
Make your chords more colorful
Analyze This (diatonic chord progression)
What chords are in the
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Nice to find someone who
I don't, and neither should
Twitter: it's where the business
You feeling ready for tour
More money, more mixes, less
Get off of my lawn.
We interviewed the double-duty pedal
Get your guitar tone toight
They are NOT the same
A tale as old as
Head to head (or, should
Cram more pedals on the
The Great Equalizer
Double down for dead silence!
We ask the Gear Elder
Everything you've ever wanted to
Pahk ya cah at the
From Lemmy to Aerosmith, poker has been a common subject of rock songs over the years.
New heavy metal cooking show to feature Havok, Royal Thunder, Primitive Weapons, Gatecreeper, and more.
New video from one of the last fun bands in America.
Is it weird that a Majesty is probably like the least expensive axe in Joe's collection?
Bea and Matt attempt to sound like Royal Blood BY busting the bank.
In a world where bassists are important, NeO need you.
A look back at the band's best known track.
Megadeth drummer Dirk Verbeuren is peddlin' his signature snares on the road.
One of the standout soundtrack picks by Edgar Wright.
Dave Lombardo, Mike Patton, Justin Pearson, and Michael Crain deliver one of the weirdest, coolest musical experiments of the year.
Your game just ain't as good as his.
Time to step up your wall decor game, son.
"Self Pollution" is one of the best songs he's done in years.
It's basically a rite of passage for bands to make "their video where they play in an old folks' home,"
Elementary school music teachers, take note.
Nick Menza's friends and family celebrate the life of a legend.