The Generation Axe tour—which features five Guitar World cover stars (on one stage at the same time)—wraps up May 9 in Red Bank, New Jersey.
A lot of people out there consider May 4 "Star Wars Day."
Assuming they read liner notes, even mildly devoted Stevie Ray Vaughan fans will be familiar with the name Doyle Bramhall. Bramhall, an Austin-based singer and drummer who died in 2011, wrote...
How would Black Sabbath's iconic "Iron Man" riff sound if it were played in a major—instead of a minor—key?
Dean Zelinsky Guitars’ president, Dean Zelinsky, has announced the release of the Johnny Winter Signature Guitar.
Speedy finger work, a raucous riff and soulful vocals make Adrian Galysh’s “Barstool Monarchy” both bad-ass and masterful.
Today, GuitarWorld.com presents an exclusive behind-the-scenes video featuring Suicide Silence.
Death's legendary 1987 debut, Scream Bloody Gore, is more than just an untouchable album. Upon its release, it was positively genre-creating.
This one is straight out of the "in case you missed it" department. In this pro-shot clip, which was shot at the U.K.'s Donington Park in 1995, Metallica imitate several of the bands that shared...
Game of Thrones has always had a metal connection.
As we have reported once or twice, the Generation Axe tour—featuring Steve Vai, Yngwie Malmsteen, Zakk Wylde, Nuno Bettencourt and Tosin Abasi—kicked off April 5 in Seattle.
Yesterday, we shared two mysterious audio clips of what seems to be Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose rehearsing with AC/DC.
John 5 has premiered the official video for “Here’s to the Crazy Ones.”