Fear Factory have unveiled the lyric video for their new single, "Protomech." The track is taken from the band's new album, Genexus, which hits stores August 7 via Nuclear Blast. You can pre-order it right here.
Virginia-based metal-ers Lamb of God will release their seventh full-length album, VII: Sturm Und Drang, July 24 via Epic Records. However, the band has premiered a new song from the album, "Erase This." Check it out below.
Freddie King is among the triumvirate of the greatest and most influential electric blues guitarists ever, revered with equal respect alongside the legendary blues gods B.B King and Albert King. Together, they are often referred to as "The Three Kings"—all complete masters of their craft and essential subjects of study for any inspiring blues guitar enthusiast.
U2 have released an eight-minute-long short film called "Song for Someone." The film, which can be considered the music video for the song, the third single from their newest album, Songs of Innocence, stars Woody Harrelson as a man getting released from a prison.
The Eighties was a decade of unrivaled guitar heroism. And one of its greatest heroes is also one of its greatest villains. Steve Vai's nefarious turn in the 1986 film Crossroads sent legions of kids scurrying to their metronomes in hot pursuit of his blistering neoclassical chops.
It's hard to overstate Van Halen's impact in the world of rock music. Led by Eddie Van Halen's ferocious, fiery and always innovative guitar playing, Van Halen carved out a niche in music that hadn't existed before, and spawned innumerable imitators.