This past Saturday, Guns N' Roses, Eddie Vedder, Gary Clark Jr., the Flaming Lips, Jack White and more took the stage at Neil Young's 26th annual Bridge School benefit concert at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California.
The Eagles' 1976 mega-hit single "Hotel California" turns up — time and time again — on lists of "best guitar solos of all time." In fact, it earned the No. 8 spot on Guitar World's often-quoted list of the 100 greatest guitar solos.
For nearly a decade, Dear Guitar Hero — where everyday fans get a chance to ask their hero a question — has remained one of Guitar World magazine’s most popular departments. Now the best of these interviews with rock’s most inspiring six-string icons are presented here in one volume.
Check out this newly posted (and very funny) video of Gary Rossington and the rest of Lynyrd Skynyrd bemoaning their hillbilly associations. The video is a teaser for an episode of E!'s The Soup, which will air 10:30 p.m. EST (9:30 Central) this Sunday. The episode is called The Goodest Moments Of Redneck Shows.
Led Zeppelin's new live film, Celebration Day, hit theaters earlier this week. If you haven't been enticed into checking it out just yet, the band have posted yet another teaser clip from the movie, this one featuring several crowd shots and an all-too-brief listen at a live version of "Whole Lotta Love." Check it out below.
Cradle of Filth won't release their new album, The Manticore and Other Horrors, until October 30, but we're teaming up with those masters of darkness today to bring you the exclusive North American premiere of their new music video, "Frost on Her Pillow." Check it out below.
Check out this exclusive premiere of "Here Next To Murderous," a new track by Norwegian quintet Blood Command. The song is from their upcoming album, Funeral Beach, which will be released stateside on November 13 via Fysisk Format. It's the followup to 2010's Ghostclocks.
Guitar Legends: Classic Rock takes you back in time to late Sixties, the Seventies and the Eighties. In this one jam-packed issue, you get a look at the greatest bands that shaped rock and roll, including Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Van Halen, AC/DC and many others.