"It was recorded pretty much like we did in the old days." The former Ozzy axeman tells GW how he revisited the bluesy style of his Badlands days on his new LP with Red Dragon Cartel
“The type of thing I do is not simple music, but it should be simple to enjoy.” Marty Friedman breaks down his ferocious new live album.
Steve Vai's 52-hour, nonstop Big Mama Jama Jamathon raised $100,000 for a Los Angeles foster agency.
"We want to use what we know and move forward, and we will.” Jake Kiszka opens up to GW about Greta Van Fleet's meteoric rise.
“There are a lot of Easter eggs the listener can find.” German technical death metallers Obscura discuss their chapter-closing new album.
“It just struck me that it was time for Duane and me to work together." Devon Allman discusses how a second-generation Betts/Allman collaboration came into being.
"When I’m playing I don’t worry about it — I just feel it.” Kurt Vile dishes on his expansive new album.
He’s a co-founder of Sepultura, and his distinctive playing helped put Brazilian thrash metal on the map. But what Guitar World readers really want to know is…
Eric Peterson discusses how he went back to his roots for Dragonlord's brutal third album, 'Dominion.'
"I’ve never thought of myself as a ‘solo’ guy." Chris Impellitteri discusses his air-tight, super-heavy new album.
Nearly 50 years and 25 albums in, Uriah Heep are still going strong. We asked their longtime guitarist, Mick Box, how their latest epic came to be.
In our December cover story, Paul Gilbert discusses how his newfound love of jazz, a different outlook on melodies and The Beatles inspired his eclectic new album.
Steered by the streamlined chugging of their catchy-as-hell “Executioner’s Tax (Swing of the Axe),” Power Trip have been whipping metal crowds into a frenzy across the globe.
“I’ve always been a ‘fly by the seat of his pants’ kinda guy.” Ace Frehley discusses gear, his reunion with Gene Simmons and the genesis of his new album, 'Spaceman.'
“It’s definitely the best representation of the entire band that we’ve ever done.” Skeletonwitch discuss how they battled years of turmoil and re-emerged with their brilliant, expansive new album.