Today, GuitarWorld.com presents an exclusive video featuring 311. In the clip, which you can check out below, 311 visit Guitar Center Sessions so they can chat — with host Nic Harcourt — about their formation, roots and early days.
Weezer will be releasing their ninth album, Everything Will Be Alright In The End, September 30 on Republic Records. Produced by Ric Ocasek, who worked on the band’s first and third records (“The Blue Album” and “The Green Album”), Everything Will Be Alright In The End is the band’s first collection of new material in four years.
Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the exclusive premiere of part three of a new series of lesson videos by Chris Garza and Mark Heylmun of Suicide Silence. The song, "Cease to Exist," is from the band's new album, You Can’t Stop Me, which will be released July 15.
Marty Friedman has premiered a new music video, and you can check it out below. The song, "Hyper Doom," is from the former Megadeth guitarist's new album, Inferno, which was released May 27 through Prosthetic Records.
AC/DC have completed work on their new studio album, which is expected to be released later in the year. Talking to TeamRock Radio, lead singer Brian Johnson said he and the band have considered calling the album Man Down in reference to guitarist Malcolm Young's health problems — problems that have forced him to take a break from AC/DC.
A portion of Motley Crue's new song can be heard in the new sizzle-reel video trailer for the band's current tour. The song, "All Bad Things Must End," is actually the soundtrack for the video, which you can check out below. "All Bad Things Must End" was recorded with producer James Michael.
When ToneConcepts set out to make a new stomp box, it did the unthinkable by asking guitarists what they wanted that was missing from the plethora of pedals already on the market. The result is the Distillery pedal, which, despite its name, does not make vodka or whiskey but rather is a clean boost/overdrive pedal that allows guitarists to brew up their own signature tones.
Not sure how many bouzouki players we have out there, but this video is worth your attention no matter what stringed instrument you play. Meet the “Bouzoukitara.” Where did it come from? Yossi Sassi – who plays the acoustic bouzouki (think Greek mandolin) and electric guitar – was looking for an efficient way to switch between both instruments.