My hunting lifestyle is the ultimate soul cleanser and "re-creator" of my spirit and energy. Venison is the rocket fuel for the healthiest life, and the hunting procedure is the last perfect environmental and spirit positive function available to mankind. I like to think of my life as downright perfect. It's thrilling living such a full, gratifying life so I live it to the max every day.
Stevie Ray strides into the room, looking sharp, as usual. He’s sporting his signature snakeskin boots, a grey Late Night With David Letterman T-shirt tucked into his blue jeans and a cool black denim jacket over that with the face of Dr. Martin Luther King boldly emblazoned across the back.
Phoenix-based extreme metal quintet Landmine Marathon have been making quite a name for themselves ever since they started out in 2004. Having a female vocalist in Grace Perry is not the only thing that makes them unique. It's the combination of the crushingly raw feel of their music and the insane energy in their live shows that makes them stand out among their peers and gets well-deserved attention among fans of this genre.
For this week's column, I sat down to speak a bit with my friend Glen Drover. I had the honor of having Glen perform a solo on my song “Devils Roadmap.” Glen plays the solo from 0:08 to 0:34 in the song. I do all of the ones in the middle and then another Megadeth alum, Chris Poland, does the solo at the end.
In his twenty-five-year career, Jimmy Page has always aimed his guitar firepower from within the context of a group. For the first time this fall, he'll be comin' at you with a solo tour. In this candid conversation, Page reflects with two GW correspondents on the role of the guitar in all this as his one true, abiding passion.
We're extremely excited to be able to bring you the exclusive premiere of the entire new album from Dutch progressive metal band Textures. Titled Dualism, the record is due out on September 27 via Nuclear Blast, and you can pre-order Dualism at this location.
This past Wednesday, September 14 was a historic night for heavy metal. The Big Four of thrash -- Metallica, Slayer, Anthrax and Megadeth -- took the stage at Yankee Stadium for arguably the biggest, most-anticipated metal show the East Coast of the United States has ever seen.