Featuring members of Polyphia and Unprocessed, Die on the Cross of the Martyr unites three of today's finest progressive virtuosos – and the result is “the ultimate guitar nerd’s wet dream”
“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
As a member of Booker T. and the MGs, Donald ‘Duck’ Dunn cut an instrumental version of the Beatles’ Abbey Road. But the experience wasn't all that satisfying...
David Davidson of Well Strung Guitars explains what makes this uniquely preserved vintage Strat so unique – starting with control pots from a TV set
The acclaimed Philly outfit enter their 10th year with a sound that’s more defined than ever, via their lead guitarist’s accidental journey into a side-project he could barely control
The bridge was the one thing the purists just couldn't cross, but those who did found an acoustic bursting with songs and a tone that could not be matched
Returning with the triumphant new album Bridges, Steve Lukather reflects on the madness of shred, why Luke III is his Excalibur and why the melody and the song is all that counts
Guitar World’s pick of the best acoustic guitars from Fender, Gibson, Martin, Taylor, Epiphone and more
These sub-$500 acoustic guitars are ideal for everything from folk and indie guitar to blues and country
Take a deep dive into the cavernous world of 'verb and explore the best reverb pedals for every budget
Get the best from your effects with expert recommended 'boards from Voodoo Labs, Boss, Friedman and more
It’s been a long time coming, but Seth Baccus’s Argonaut is finally here and sets a new level for offset design. Guitar‑making rarely gets better than this!
Following the success of Fender’s Acoustasonic series come two somewhat more traditional-looking electros. Packed with Fender/Fishman innovation, could they be even cooler?
British builder Jason Snelling aims to turn reclaimed wood, parts and pickups into viable and vibey Strat-style guitars
Fender jumps into the lead of the modeling preamp race with a floor unit that's steeped in the brand's DNA and presents heaps of amp sounds and effects in an easy-to-use package
Squier's new entry-level Strat brings Leo Fender's most famous creation to the masses and begs the question: is there a better beginner electric guitar on the market?