Last year marked the 25th anniversary of Steve Vai's Passion and Warfare.
A few years ago, Howard Stern and his TV/radio crew were visited by AC/DC's Brian Johnson, Angus Young and Malcolm Young.
George Harrison wasn't exactly a fan of being "on the road." After the Beatles' final tour in 1966, he toured only twice as a solo artist. Twice! There was his '74 tour of the U.S. and his '91 tour...
Kirk Hammett has developed guitars, amps and pedals with an impressive variety of the music industry’s top manufacturers, so it comes as a bit of a surprise that he’s started his own boutique pedal...
This one comes to us via a recent post over at kottke.org. It's a clip of Metallica performing "Enter Sandman" in Moscow, Russia, in 1991. Besides the impressive performance, the clip stands out...
When it comes to playing metal, no effect is more vital to guitar tone than distortion. For anyone who doubts it, check out this video from YouTube poster Vaalvla, titled “Metal Songs Without...
Remember Li-Sa-X? The 11-year-old guitarist from Japan was originally featured on GuitarWorld.com when she covered Guthrie Govan’s “Fives.”
Back in December 1984, George Harrison jammed with Deep Purple in Sydney, Australia.
During the production of the 1966 film Blow-Up, director Michelangelo Antonioni envisioned a scene similar to that of Pete Townshend's famous live ritual of smashing his guitar on stage.
No, my fellow obsessed followers of Beatles news. This video is not new—but it wound up in my inbox today, and it's certainly worth a share. It's actually from 2012.
Zakk Wylde has debuted a new single, "Sleeping Dogs," from his upcoming solo album.
OK. What we have here is a video about a new candle-powered guitar effect. It is, in fact, the world's first candle-powered guitar effect, which probably doesn't come as too much of a surprise.
IK Multimedia is proud to announce that its new MAX series of complete bundles are available now.