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Come together right now!
Who turned off the lights?
Resting on the sabbath is
Wait, you mean microphones are
And its software, specifically designed
But the two manufacturers are taking very different approaches.
It also lets us use tech buzz words like "cloud" on a metal site.
Of course it’s cold. Look at the picture. It doesn’t have any clothes yet.
You – Are – Doom.
Forgive me if I get excited about some new options for bassists who prefer valves over solid-state.
Unfortunately the band doesn't cover mediocre '90s Rush songs like I had hoped.
He's not satisfied with a mere 13 inches of signature hi-hats. He had to go longer.
I have to admit I spent a good 15 minutes clicking on various cymbals.
A one-man Obscura record? Yes, have some.
Nope. We're not going to make any "Trapped Under Ice" puns. Too easy.
In keeping with our website's goals we are obliged to provide a rig rundown for the gear in Phil's video.
Andrews Scheps worked with Rick Rubin on mixing Sabbath's 13, among other albums.
At first I thought this was an Onion article.
Steve Fryette wants to put your money where his amp is.
I'm all for the content, but really, a DVD? Shouldn't these be digital downloads or Blu-Rays by now? I need
And not just because these Brits spell it "analogue."