Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the exclusive premiere of "I Won't Be Here," a new song by the Marcus King Band. The track is from the band's new album, Soul Insight, which will be released October 30 via Warren Haynes' Evil Teen Records.
Today, Acoustic Nation brings you the exclusive premiere of “Blue Above the Green,” a new song by Canadian singer-songwriter Mike Edel. The song appears on Edel’s new album, India, Seattle, which is set for an an October 16 release.
Guitarist Chris Mike—who wrote and recorded "For Jason," a tribute to Jason Becker, last year—is back. This time, the Candyrat Records artist has recorded—and created a music video for—his instrumental cover of Muse's "Dead Inside," a song from their latest album, Drones.
After postponing a brief North American tour earlier this year, the Yardbirds are pleased to announce their 2015 fall tour. The tour will kick off October 30 in Norfolk, Connecticut, and end in late November in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the third of four technique- and instrument-based videos by the Dead Weather. In this episode, guitarist Dean Fertita divulges the source of his pummeling dive-bomber crunch on a new Dead Weather song, “Let Me Through." He also takes a phone call from an irate neighbor!
When Labor Day came and went earlier this month, it reminded us of the American labor movement and the contributions American workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of the good ol' U.S. of A. However, since we're Guitar World people, we couldn't help but apply those sentiments to music and the American people who made and make it—bands!
Sometimes artists come into the public eye fully formed…other times, not so much. Below, check out 10 famous musicians who went through some interesting growing pains before becoming hard rock and metal gods.
Get ready, guitar-playing Metallica fans. Metallica's Kirk Hammett will be releasing his very own Ghoul Screamer guitar pedal this Halloween, as in October 31, 2015. The pedal, which was conceived by Hammett and designed by KHDK laboratories, is a multipurpose stomp box that was designed for true gearheads.
Here we have two musical titans teaming up for a moving rendition of a Pink Floyd standard. It’s Roger Waters with Eric Clapton performing Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here.” The clip was originally broadcasted during an NBC fundraising program to benefit those effected by the December 26, 2004 tsunami that struck the Indian Ocean region.