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Sneak Preview: Zakk Wylde Writes a Book, and It’s Pretty F**k'n Funny!

When I got home last Friday night, I informed my 16-year-old son, Kane, that our favorite viking-sized guitar hero, Zakk Wylde, was putting out a book in September. While I can’t say for certain that Zakk has ever actually put pen to paper, there is no doubt that the contents are 100 percent Wylde.

Shock Rock! The Attack of Alice Cooper, Kiss, Slipknot and the 10,000-Foot Radioactive Teenager

In the early '70s, performers like the Alice Cooper Band, Kiss and Lou Reed posed the musical question: “Is there really anything more grotesque, outrageous and demented than being a teenager?” With that simple query — and a whole lotta makeup — the surprisingly durable genre of Shock Rock was born.

The Original Alice Cooper Band: Classic Rock’s Most Underrated Group

For years I’ve maintained that the original Alice Cooper band was one of the finest and most underrated bands in rock history.

Dimebag Darrell: The Wild Bunch

Guitar World asks can a Seattle anarchist, two liberal East Coast rockers and a Southern thrash man co-exist in peace and harmony? Pantera’s Diamond Darrell, Soundgarden’s Kim Thayil and Skid Row’s Snake Sabo and Scotti Hill sit down and face the nation.

Dimebag Darrell: The Rough Rider

Is heavy metal dead? Not if Pantera and Damageplan guitarist Dimebag Darrell has anything to say about it in this Guitar World interview.

Jimi Hendrix: Wild Thing

An exclusive first glance at Classic Hendrix, the dazzling and definitive new Jimi Hendrix photo book with text by Guitar World editor Brad Tolinski.

Favorite Solos: Brad Tolinski (Editor in Chief)

Editor In Chief Brad Tolinski's Five Favorite Guitar Solos

James Hetfield: The Guitar World Interview


V WILL ROCK U James Hetfield returns to his roots, picks up his original Flying V and vows once again to kill ’em all. 


Eric Clapton: Fit for Kings

At the dawn of the millennium, Eric Clapton and B.B. King pooled their legendary blues talents on Riding wih the King, an epic album 30 years in the making. They got together to talk about it for Guitar World.

Eric Clapton: The Artist Formerly Known as God

On Pilgrim, Eric Clapton demonstrated that there’s more to salvation than a heavenly guitar solo. He tells Guitar World why.