As we've reported, UDR Music will release Immortal Randy Rhoads: The Ultimate Tribute March 3. Today, you can hear a track from the album; it's "Mr. Crowley" as performed by Chuck Billy, Alexi Laiho, Kelle Rhoads, Rudy Sarzo. and Vinny Appice. Check it out below and tell us what you think!
Today, Adimiron and Guitar World have teamed up to present the exclusive premiere of a new Adimiron playthrough video featuring guitarist Thomas Aurizzi. The track, "Liar’s Paradox," is from the Italian progressive metal band's fourth studio album, Timelapse, which was released late last year via Scarlet Records.
Do you know anyone with a melodic voice? If so, you'll get a kick out of this masterful, addictive 2014 video. A guitarist—most likely Publio Delgado, who posted the clip on his YouTube page—has taken a low-budget commercial for Jones Big Ass Truck Rental and Storage and turned it into a jazz masterpiece.
Whether you grunt like Tom Waits with strep throat or sing like the love child of Luciano Pavarotti and Freddie Mercury, every vocal performance can sound a hell of a lot better with the right processing. This is no problem if you play with a national touring act that has its own sound system, racks of outboard gear, and team of professional live-sound engineers, but the majority of bands that slug it out at smaller gigs usually can’t afford such luxuries.
In this new video, guitarist Rob Scallon—who brought you "Metal in Inappropriate Places" and other hilarious guitar-based masterpieces—plays a one-note metal song called "00000." Hey, sometimes one note is all you need!
Hey! Satchel here, with part two of our look at the Steel Panther classic, “Gang Bang at the Old Folk’s Home,” from our latest release, All You Can Eat. It never gets old, does it? I mean, it does get old, no pun intended, but no matter how old it gets, it’s still fun—that’s what I’m trying to say! This month we are going to examine the bitchin’ bridge and solo sections of this bitchin’ song.
In the constant quest for great tone, many guitarists eventually decide that the effects on their pedal boards simply aren’t enough. The problem is that most of us have already filled much of our board’s available real estate, and there usually isn’t a whole lot of room left for another full-size pedal.