Former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler -- the most blatant original Guns member about his desire to see a reunion of the Appetite-era lineup -- has said in a new interview with Straight.com that he would reunite with the band free-of-charge. An excerpt from the interview follows.
British extreme metal band Cradle of Filth have announced the release of a new mini-album and DVD, titled Evermore Darkly..., for later this year. Evermore Darkly... will be released in North America on October 18 via Nuclear Blast Records.
For the next month leading up to the Big Four show at Yankee Stadium on September 14, Guitar World and Revolver are teaming up to bring you exclusive Big Four content every day for four weeks -- the "Big Four Weeks," if you will. For the first two weeks, Revolver will be rolling out portions of their roundtable discussion with the members of the Big Four every day.
Richmond, Virginia's Municipal Waste have just entered the studio to record the follow-up to 2009's Massive Aggressive. We caught up with guitarist Ryan Waste earlier today to talk about the band's upcoming fifth studio, which is due out in early 2012 on Nuclear Blast Records.
When you think of albums from 1982, it's difficult not to think of that certain "biggest-selling album of all time." But, of course, that was a pop record, and although it contains one of guest guitarist Eddie Van Halen's most celebrated solos, Michael Jackson's Thriller isn't exactly what guitar fans gush over when they look back to 29 years ago.