Queens, New York-based metal band Emmure recently shot a special guitar demonstration video for their new song "Cross Over Attack," and apparently great minds think alike, because we both had the same thought: what better place to debut it than Guitar World?!
Guitar Legends: Eric Clapton is a must-have for fans of any era in Clapton's long career. The special issue, which is available now at the Guitar World Online Store for $9.99, tells Clapton's story and transcribes five songs, including "Layla," "Cocaine" and "Sunshine of Your Love." It features several interviews, details his solo career and time with John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers and The Yardbirds.
To urge the British government towards a more comprehensive set of measures to quell the problem of Piracy in the U.K., several notable musicians have signed a letter urging British Prime Minister David Cameron to encourage him to put more pressure on websites, search engines and advertisers to help put pirates out of business for good.
The Beatles have just released a new, digital-only compilation titled Tomorrow Never Knows. The iTunes exclusive captures the band's "most powerful rock songs," including "Helter Skelter," "Revolution" and "Paperback Writer."
Peavey has announced its Rehearsal Room Makeover, which offers contestants the chance to win a 1,000-watt sound system that includes a professional mixer, loudspeakers, microphones and more, totaling thousands of dollars in gear (U.S. MSRP).
Savannah, Georgia's Baroness have just debuted a brand new music video for their track "Take My Bones Away." Check out the clip — which features live footage shot by Guitar World's own Jimmy Hubbard — below.