This multifaceted new band’s brooding songcraft has Revocation axeman Dave Davidson re-evaluating shred
On multifaceted new album, V, it’s obvious these Colorado thrashers take their sound beyond the fundamentals of the Big Four
The guitarist and founder of the British thrash legends on how Generation Antichrist is such a lean, mean thrashing machine
“I was a '70s kid, so these are all bands I loved and [that] really got me into heavy music," the former Machine Head guitarist says
The versatile pop guitarist reveals the gear and production secrets behind the band's Notes on a Conditional Form - and why they'll never make an album like it again
California thrashers Chase Becker and Adam Carroll talk epic tracks, happy accidents and Weapons of Tomorrow
The Miami sludge-metallers discuss their procession of line-up changes and how they made Admission, their best album yet
"When I was a pre-teen in my first band, I would have thought Judas Priest seemed a little slow, but then you go back to certain things"
Drone-metal lords Stephen O’Malley And Greg Anderson discuss the meaning of Life Metal - and their new signature stompbox, the Life Pedal
The Berklee-trained musician tells Guitar World about his mind-boggling 14- and 16-string guitars and his latest album, Caracas
John Baizley and Gina Gleason reveal the gear overhaul and studio experimentation behind one of 2019's best albums, Gold & Grey
Steered by the streamlined chugging of their catchy-as-hell “Executioner’s Tax (Swing of the Axe),” Power Trip have been whipping metal crowds into a frenzy across the globe.
To create Audio Force One's guitar-heavy debut, Tiago had to go "Against everything that makes sense.”
The future is uncertain for many, but progressive metal vets the Contortionist knew exactly how best to move forward with their fourth full-length, the suitably titled Clairvoyant.
For heavy music fans, the name Rex Brown is synonymous with viciously rhythmic, cowboy-from-hell bass playing.
“Tones are sources of inspiration for me. Even if I turn on a pedal for five seconds, if it adds to the song and makes it more dramatic it’s always worth it.”