Avenged Sevenfold -- who are also hitting the road this fall with Hollywood Undead and Asking Alexandria -- are offering fans a chance to win a special "survival pack" for the upcoming 48 Hours Festival, powered by Rockstar, which is set to take place on October 15-16 in Las Vegas.
GuitarWorld.com presents this exclusive premiere of "Purple Haze" by Robert Randolph & The Family Band. This tour-de-force live version of the classic Jimi Hendrix tune is from Robert Randolph & the Family Band Live In Concert, which will be released Tuesday, September 27, via Dare Records.
It looks like the handful of U.S. tour dates announced earlier this month by Guns N' Roses has indeed turned into a full-fledged tour of the States. The 30-city trek will mark the band's first U.S. tour in five years, and first since the release of 2008's Chinese Democracy.
Last week's Big Four show was a historic occasion, to say the least. The world's four biggest thrash metal bands took the stage at Yankee Stadium for what has to be the biggest metal show ever to hit the East Coast.
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As you may know, we recently rolled out a set of three Guitar World T-shirts, which you can check out to your left. Not wanting you to get left out in the cold as fall approaches, we're offering you the chance to win your choice of Guitar World T-shirt.
Posters for the upcoming album from Metallica and Lou Reed, Lulu, have been banned from London's Underground for resembling graffiti too closely. The decision was handed down by Transport for London, the body that governs public transportation in the city.
If you thought Pearl Jam were resting on their laurels in putting out a 20th anniversary film and soundtrack album, think again. According to PJ bassist Jeff Ament, the band have made significant strides in completing work on a new studio album, which will be the follow-up to 2009's Backspacer.
Disturbed have announced the release date date for their upcoming B-sides compilation, The Lost Children, as November 8. You can check out the full track listing -- which includes covers of Judas Priest's "Living After Midnight" and Faith No More's "Midlife Crisis" -- below.