Today we bring you the exclusive premiere of a new music video by Cleveland-based soul/rock band Winslow. The song, "Alone Tonight," is from the band's new album, Left of the Right Direction, which will be released March 26 via Little Fish Records and RCR Recording Studios.
Adrenaline Mob have released a second video of the band in the studio covering Van Halen's "Romeo Delight." The song is on the band's upcoming release, Coverta, an eight-track EP featuring covers of some of the band’s favorite songs. Longtime Portnoy fans know about the many cover CDs he's released with Dream Theater and with Neal Morse.
The new video below offers Duane Allman fans a sneak peak at the new seven-disc Skydog: The Duane Allman Retrospective Box Set. The set, which will be released March 5 on Rounder Records, includes rare recordings by Allman's early bands, including the Escorts, Allman Joys, the 31st of February and the Bleus.
In support of their album, Omerta, and debut single, "Come Undone," Adrenaline Mob — featuring Russell Allen (Symphony X), Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater), John Moyer (Disturbed) and Mike Orlando (Sonic Stomp) — will kick off a US tour on March 12.
Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star, a company that creates "beautiful lullaby versions of your favorite artists," sends us new CDs all the time, but we at Guitar World are particularly excited about the newest one, Lullaby Versions Of Pantera (released via Roma Music Group).
If only every press conference could be like this! Check out the new commercial for the 2013 Golden Gods Awards, featuring Chris Jericho, Scott Ian, Zakk Wylde, Lzzy Hale, John5 and — well, you'll just have to watch the video to spot the other metal and hard-rock luminaries.
Today, we're premiering a new live video by a guitar-driven band called Leroy Justice. The song, "Watch Him Fall," is from the band's new album, Above the Weather, which will be released April 23 by Elm City Music (Distribution: EMI).
Check out this cover of Jimi Hendrix's "Purple Haze" by 2CELLOS. These guys might look familiar; they're the Croatian cellists who had a taste of online success when their dueling-cellos version of Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal" went viral a few months ago.