The masters of brutal technical death metal discuss their intense new album, Blood Oath.
He was the odd man out in Kiss, but Ace Frehley came into his mown on his solo records. Twenty years since his last release, the original Space Ace returns to earth with Anomaly.
When Layne Staley died seven years ago, Alice in Chains died with him. With Black Gives Way to Blue, the band rises from its ashes. Jerry Cantrell reflects on AiC's past glories and their new lease...
The following article from the December 1990 issue represents the very first time Dimebag Darrell appeared in the pages of Guitar World magazine.
Guitar World asks can a Seattle anarchist, two liberal East Coast rockers and a Southern thrash man co-exist in peace and harmony? Pantera’s Diamond Darrell, Soundgarden’s Kim Thayil and Skid Row’s...
Guitar World retells how in the heartland of Texas came Pantera guitar dude Diamond Darrell, a heavy thrasher born in the bosom of the blues.
Guitar World reprints how a school paper lands a final interview with Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell.
Guitar World listens as Kiss Army Kaptains Snake Sabo & Dimebag Darrell come face to face with Ace Frehley, the man who gave meaning to their lives—and learn the truth about his shocking past.
Is heavy metal dead? Not if Pantera and Damageplan guitarist Dimebag Darrell has anything to say about it in this Guitar World interview.
Guitar World recounts how Pantera holed up in Dimebag Darrell’s beer-soaked home studio and emerges with The Great Southern Trendkill, its loudest, rowdiest album to date at that point.
To celebrate the release of Pantera’s first new album in four years, Guitar World hustles down to Texas and talks with Dimebag Darrell. After a night of booze, broads and badass rock, this is what...
Guitar World’s Jeff Gilbert makes a break for the border with Pantera and Kiss.
From the ashes of Pantera rise Damageplan to usher in a new golden age of power-groovin’ metal. In an exclusive interview, legendary guitarist Dimebag Darrell tells the whole truth and nothin’ but...