“Anything’s fair game, really.” Tauk discuss their cosmic, wide-ranging new album, 'Shapeshifter II: Outbreak.'
Even at 68, Billy Gibbons is still moving fast. Here, the ZZ Top legend discusses how he returned to his roots for his terrific new solo album.
“The sonic journey it goes through, we touch on everything.” In a new GW interview, Coheed and Cambria open up about their epic new album.
He co-founded Sixties pop-rock titans the Byrds, inspired a Beatles song and helped invent country rock. But what Guitar World readers really want to know is…
"We’re still hitting new frontiers." Interpol's Daniel Kessler discusses the band's raw, powerful new album, 'Marauder.'
"I think sometimes that’s where you capture some magic. You just throw some mics up and all of a sudden you start playing." Charlie Starr and Paul Jackson discuss Blackberry Smoke's terrific new EP.
GW sits down with Buddy Guy to discuss how he's keeping the blues "Alive and Well" with his new album.
"I think sonically, it all kind of fell into place.” Symphony X's Michael Romeo discusses his impressive, cinematic solo debut.
Slash touches on everything from his ferocious new album, to his amazing new Marshall Jubilee and why he enjoys playing 'Chinese Democracy' songs live.
"I don’t know what it is. I like to call it fusion, just to piss people off.” Wilco's Nels Cline discusses how his wildly eclectic new album with Julian Lage and the Nels Cline 4 came to be.
Four of metal's most prominent guitarists discuss the evolution of the guitar hero, and what it takes to be a rock star in the modern era.
To create Audio Force One's guitar-heavy debut, Tiago had to go "Against everything that makes sense.”
Best known as the lead guitarist and vocalist of Grand Funk Railroad, he’s now fronting Mark Farner’s American Band. But what Guitar World readers really want to know is…
For Scars and System fans who have been anxiously awaiting new music, 'Dictator' will give them the fix they’ve been craving.
On 'Location 13,' Dispatch show the passion and vigor of a band in its infancy and the experience of one that’s been together for more than two decades.
“We never want to polish all the edges off.” The Record Company discuss their terrific sophomore album with GW.
He made alternative rock history with Pavement and the Jicks, but what do Guitar World readers really want to know about Stephen Malkmus?