AC/DC, one of the last big holdouts to make their music available on iTunes, have finally relented. Starting today, the Australian hard-rock band's entire catalog is now available digitally — all on iTunes.
Raven’s Cry was established in 2003 by guitarist/vocalist Tone Raven. After a short stint as guitar tech for George Lynch of Lynch Mob, Tone Raven formed Raven's Cry. Rising from the ashes of the leveled sunset strip rock scene, Raven's Cry was born.
With Phil Anselmo's debut solo album tentatively due sometime in 2013, fans can get an early taste of the former Pantera singer's solo material via a newly announced split EP with Texas thrashers Warbeast.
Today we bring you the exclusive stream of the demo version of "Killing In the Name" by Rage Against the Machine. The previously unreleased track is from Rage Against the Machine — XX, Legacy Recordings' new box set commemorating the 20th anniversary of the release of the band's self-titled debut album. Rage Against the Machine — XX will be released November 27.
The creators of a new film dedicated to the electric guitar — and all the magic and mayhem that comes with it — need tens of thousands of dollars to buy music clearances for the clips in the film. And they've turned to a crowd-funding website, indiegogo.com, for help.
Today, GuitarWorld.com brings you the exclusive premiere of a newly remastered version of "Altering the Future" from Death's 1990 album, Spiritual Healing. The remastered album will be released November 20 in multiple formats by Relapse Records.
Among this week's new releases is a live DVD by Texas guitar legend Steve Miller. The DVD, Steve Miller Band — Live at Austin City Limits, was released Tuesday via ACL Enterprises. Steve Miller Band's 2011 performance was the inaugural taping in ACL's new home, ACL Live at The Moody Theater in downtown Austin. “It was a great audience, and it was more fun than I even thought it would be,” Miller said.