Critics have rushed to anoint Bear's Den as one of the UK's best folk-rock acts. Just don't tell them that
Mix grinding guitars, anthemic choruses, unyielding hooks and the unsettling voodoo vibe of the best Southern folklore, and you’ll get an idea of what Dead Posey are about
The two musicians talk Miles Davis, different orbits and how they created “an entertaining album with a lot of variety and different vibes”
In this day in age, it's difficult to find a band that truly doesn't sound like anyone else. Black Midi is that group
The always-eclectic axeman talks gear, the Play it Loud exhibition and his absolutely wild, guest star-packed solo album
"He doesn't go in for the leather-and-studs macho posturing of popular heavy metal bands and he's not particularly adept at crowd manipulation as many of the top rock bands are"
Take a guided tour through the discography of one of the most popular rock bands of the '70s and '80s
The shred guitar great tells GW all about how his new "bluesy" album, improvisation and how he became the first guitarist to get a signature Strat
Mammoth chops, social-media finesse and a never-give-up attitude: say hello to one of the hottest young pickers in Nashville
George Lynch tells GW how he teamed up with former bandmates Jeff Pilson and Mick Brown to create the lean, mean End Machine.
Lee McKinney tells GW how he blended fans' desires and wish lists with his band's creative vision to create 'The Simulation.'
Eric Tessmer — a familiar face in the city’s live-music scene for nearly 17 years — truly embodies the “Texas guitar slinger” archetype.
Experimental jazz master (and Guitar World columnist) Julian Lage guides us through 'Love Hurts,' his adventurous new jazz guitar joy ride