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.
Legendary New York rock band Masters of Reality are currently gearing up to reissue their 1988 self-titled debut along with the 1997 live album, How High The Moon: Live At The Viper Room, on both vinyl and CD.
As we mentioned in August, Beck will release his new album, Song Reader, on December 7, through the McSweeney's publishing company. Song Reader is a collection of 20 new, unrecorded Beck songs in the form of sheet music, intended for fans to learn, play and record.
As if the news that Dave Grohl would once again be behind the skins for the new album from Queens of the Stone Age, it came out today in a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) session that Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor would also have a hand in the new album.
Next week, AC/DC will release an album version of their acclaimed live DVD, Live at River Plate, on both CD and LP. Ahead of its release, the band have shared a live video of the Back In Black classic "You Shook Me All Night Long" taken from the DVD. Check it out below.