He made alternative rock history with Pavement and the Jicks, but what do Guitar World readers really want to know about Stephen Malkmus?
Ballbreaker, AC/DC’s Angus and Malcolm Young demonstrate yet again that they are randy as a pair of billygoats, out of their minds with lurid desires and obscenely concupiscent.
One of the key guitars in my career has been an early-Seventies Fender Telecaster Deluxe that I had before Sonic Youth started, and that I played pretty much throughout Sonic Youth.
We will never know what went on in the mind of Chris Cornell after he left the Detroit Fox Theater on the night of May 17.
“CRX is probably an odd choice for a band name, but to me it sums up what our music sounds like.” Strokes guitarist Nick Valensi is explaining the origins of the name for his new side band.
“Bring me the usual, plus surprise me.” That’s what Keith Richards would generally tell his longtime guitar tech, Pierre de Beauport, before the start of a session for Crosseyed Heart.
On their fifth album, Venom, Bullet for My Valentine bare their fangs and get back in touch with the angry metalcore that put them on the map.