Acoustic Rock: The Monsters of Acoustic Rock tells the stories behind acoustic rock legends and current stars, including Wilco, Neil Young, the Allman Brothers Band, Beck and many others, all in one feature-packed issue.
Here's the exclusive premiere of a new song by Eagle Twin. The track, "Ballad of Job Cain Part II," is off the Salt Lake City-based duo's sophomore album, The Feather Tipped the Serpent’s Scale, which will be released later this month via Southern Lord.
Since Rudy Sarzo turned up on heavy metal's radar in the early '80s as Ozzy Osbourne's bassist, he's made a career out of providing the low end to a slew of heavy, household-name bands, from Whitesnake and Quiet Riot to Dio and Blue Oyster Cult.
Two weeks ago, Baroness unleashed their crossover masterpiece, Yellow & Green, on the world. The double album landed at No. 30 on the Billboard charts upon its release, making it the highest debut of the band's career.
The current version of Van Halen is to music what a street rod is to the automobile. With David Lee Roth back as the band’s frontman, Van Halen has restored its classic appeal, but at the same time the addition of 21-year-old Wolfgang Van Halen on bass has modified the band with a significant boost in power and style.
Since hitting the scene in 1988, guitarist Greg Howe’s contributions to the world of instrumental rock and fusion cannot be underestimated. Howe has performed alongside some of pop music’s biggest stars, including Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera and Rihanna.