Dubbed “the definitive take on Edward Van Halen’s life and death from the one who knew and loved him best”, Brothers will arrive this October
“If there’s any band can take our expectations and shatter them in the most beautiful and brutal of ways, it’s Polaris”
"I just love guitars and, although I’m definitely not a collector, I have quite a few, all of which are special in their own way"
Ahead of the punk icons’ hotly awaited return down under, Australian Guitar gets the lowdown on NOFX’s upcoming 15th AND 16th albums, what the future holds beyond their final tour, and… Lots of sex stuff
Nine years in the making, Magic Dirt frontwoman Adalita has returned with her third solo album, ‘Inland’. Australian Guitar finds out why it’s worth the wait
On the lookout for your next favourite Aussie band? You've come to the right place – here are five of the locals we're loving most at the moment!
Devin Townsend is back at his theatrical best, presenting his most refined self on ‘Lightwork’. Australian Guitar taps into the brightness
L.S. Dunes might comprise members of the most iconic bands in post-hardcore, but you shouldn’t dare call them a “supergroup”. Australian Guitar finds out why
On their game-changing fifth album, Slowly Slowly slam their darkest lyrics into their brightest songs, making for one hell of a musical rollercoaster. Australian Guitar takes it for a ride
On his debut album as Pei, ex-Gang Of Youths strummer Joji Malani welcomes us to a world of technicolour indie-pop. Australian Guitar takes a first-class tour
"Even after six albums and 20-plus years of thrashing up a storm, Enter Shikari are still one of a kind"
Less than a month away from their live debut Down Under, Nova Twins take Australian Guitar behind the scenes of their audio-visual assault
Just a year on from their second album, Sly Withers have returned with clearer minds and catchier hooks. Australian Guitar journeys through the fierce rock foliage of ‘Overgrown’
As they wade through the waters of the new world around them, Alter Bridge have grown a new appreciation for their art, and developed new perspectives for how they should approach it
Plug in with confidence using our expert guide to the best guitar cables from Planet Waves, Mogami, Ernie Ball, George L’s and more
In the Beatles’ mid-’90s Anthology era, George Harrison’s guitars were built by a man named Bernie Hamburger – and one of his creations features in the video for the band’s final single, Now and Then. But what do we know about these guitars?
The young guitar ace discusses how guitar lessons from Neil Young (no, not that one) shaped his love of music, the best tips he learned from Berklee and how he's carving out a career in one of music's most competitive session scenes
How disgustingly low tunings and custom-built metal machines gave new rager Chaos Horrific a hellish weight and physicality as the death metal institution found joy in new extremes
These sub-$500 acoustic guitars are ideal for everything from folk and indie guitar to blues and country
Get the best from your effects with expert-recommended 'boards from Pedaltrain, Voodoo Labs, Boss, and more
Guitar World’s pick of the best acoustic guitars from Fender, Gibson, Martin, Taylor, Epiphone and more
Take a deep dive into the cavernous world of 'verb and explore the best reverb pedals for every budget
The UK pedal builder releases an upgraded 1960s-style silicon fuzz with a buffer and extended tonal options
This premium audio interface is packed full of pro-level features, but is it overkill for recording guitar at home?
Don't be fooled by the generic looks: this super-affordable but super-powered new 100-watt tube head from Monoprice's Stage Right guitar amp series is a serious contender