Dave Mustaine reflects on Megadeth’s mega-successful 20th anniversary Rust in Peace tour and talks about the thrash metal classic that continues to eat the competition.
Pantera manager Walter O’Brien saw everything that happened onstage and off—and lived to tell the tales, including the story of the drama and drugs that led to the group’s demise.
From his beat-up Les Paul to his battered amps and vintage effect pedals, Neil Young's stage rig is a road-worn tribute to his timeless sounds.
Metallica and a cast of their metal brethren deliver an oral history of the group’s first decade: from Kill ’Em All to the “Black Album.”
After many years in the solo stunt-guitarist wilderness, Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal is welcomed to the wild, wild world of Guns N' Roses.
Claudio Sanchez and Travis Stever talk about Coheed and Cambria’s new, incendiary creation, Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV: Volume 1.
As Slayer celebrates 25 thrashing years together, Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman sit down to talk about the group's new album, the Unholy Alliance tour, and the setbacks that delayed them.
As the hard-rocking Crüe Fest tour gets underway, Mötley Crüe’s Mick Mars and Buckcherry's Keith Nelson discuss their bands’ latest albums and why guitarists have the toughest job in the business.
On the eve of the release of their newly remastered catalog, AC/DC's Angus and Malcolm Young revisit the classic albums that made them guitar giants. Guitar World, April 2003