Here are a few behind-the-scenes photos from our upcoming 2012 Holiday Review Guide, which is coming to newsstands and the Guitar World online store in November. We'll be rolling out several more behind-the-scenes photo galleries up until the newsstand date, November 22.
Long-rumored to be in the works, it looks like Korn are all set to release their experimental new album, The Path to Totality, on December 6. The album features Korn collaborating with a myriad of dubstep and electronic producers, including Skrillez, 12th Planet, Datsik, Noisia, Kill the Noise and Excision. You can check out the album's artwork below.
More details of the upcoming fall U.S. trek from Guns N' Roses -- their first in five years -- are starting to surface, as it looks like Buckcherry will be tapped as direct support for at least a handful of tour dates.
While Opeth's new album may be a bit polarizing to fans -- especially those who miss Mikael Akerfeldt's death metal vocals -- that certainly didn't hurt it in the charts, as Heritage moved over 19,000 units in its first week to land at No. 20 on the Billboard 200 charts.
Here's the latest news from the "people who steal guitars from caskets" department: A grounds superintendent at Wisconsin cemetery has been accused of stealing a $2,000 Fender Telecaster from the casket of a man who had recently died.