The latest video from the Devin Townsend Project, "Juular," is everything you've come to expect from a Devin Townsend video. In short, it's really weird and really good. You can watch the video, which was directed by David Brodsky and Hevy Devy himself, below.
"Juular" is taken from one of two new albums from the Devin Townsend Project, Deconstruction, which is out now on InsideOut Music.
Devin Townsend will be touring North America next month, and you can find all of the tour dates below the video.
The Greek metallic powerhouse Firewind, led by guitarist Gus G. (Ozzy Osbourne), has announced their first-ever headlining North American tour, dubbed Frets of Fury.
They've made a trailer video for the tour, which you can check out below.
This tour package, which is sponsored by ESP Guitars, BlackStar Amps and Guitar World, kicks off on October 9 and features an array of metal's elite, including Arsis, White Wizzard and Nightrage. See below for a list of all tour dates.
Nickelback are currently streaming two new songs, "When We Stand Together" and "Bottoms Up," on their official website. You can listen to both new songs here.
Both tracks come from Nickelback's upcoming new album, Here and Now, which is set for release on November 21 through Roadrunner Records. The follow-up to 2008's multi-platinum effort Dark Horse was recording at Mountain View Studios in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Opeth have just premiered their new music video for "The Devil's Orchard." You can watch the video, which was directed by New York City-based photographer Phil Mucci, below.
"The Devil's Orchard" is taken from the band's latest album, Heritage, which was released earlier this week on Roadrunner Records.
Nevermind, Nirvana's second studio album, hit the shelves on September 24, 1991 -- and things haven't quite been the same ever since.
The landmark album brought alternative rock to the masses and sold a hell of a lot of products for Colgate (the makers of Teen Spirit deodorant) ... .
Now, 20 years after the fact, we ask you to take our poll and choose your favorite -- or simply the best overall -- song from Nevermind.
File this one under the 'WTF' category -- which is actually now a category on GuitarWorld.com.
So you're a singer trying to make it big, but your guitarist keeps messing up the hit song you spent all that time crafting.
As a professional, you finish out the set and take it up amicably with the guitarist backstage, either politely suggesting more practices for the band or simply telling him he's not the right fit for your band at this time.
Revolver magazine have just launched their new Slipknot collector's issue, aptly titled "The Book of Slipknot."
On top of that, Revolver has dedicated a month of online programming to the band, and will be rolling out exclusive galleries, interviews and even celebrity columnists' choices for their favorite Slipknot tracks. You can find all of their Slipknot content at this location.
On Tuesday, September 27, the bulk of Pink Floyd's catalog is getting the royal reissue treatment, courtesy of EMI.
All 14 of the band's studio albums -- from The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn to The Division Bell -- will be available, all remastered and smelling of shiny new cardboard. Also expected on September 27 is the massive Discovery box set, which includes all 14 albums and a very cool photo book.
So we're not claiming any reputable sources -- yet -- on this, but it is fun to think about. The UK's Daily Star is reporting that The Darkness' Justin Hawkins and Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins are considering forming a "supergroup" of sorts.
The source? Justin Hawkins' former manager/ex-fiance Sue Whitehouse, who also claims that she is set to perform vocal duties in the band.
Last night, Soundgarden lead singer Chris Cornell took the stage on the Late Show With David Letterman to play a brand new song, titled "The Keeper." You can check out video of the performance below.
"The Keeper" is a new song written by Cornell for the upcoming movie, Machine Gun Preacher, which stars Gerard Butler and opens on September 23.
Cornell was recenntly asked by ARTISTdirect if "The Keeper" was any indication of his songwriting direction for the new Soundgarden album, to which the singer replied: