On her narrative-rich debut album, Alex The Astronaut (arguably Australia’s most upbeat singer-songwriter) tackles a full spectrum of emotional intensity.
The architect of Trivium's low-end on his studio setup, and why MIDI drums were key to their monstrous new album, What The Dead Men Say
We joined the ZZ Top man for a personal tour of his garage, which naturally includes a few classic cars...
From clean-cut surf to punk, the Jag is an offset with a lot of history. Guitar historian Martin Kelly unpacks its story
"He doesn't go in for the leather-and-studs macho posturing of popular heavy metal bands and he's not particularly adept at crowd manipulation as many of the top rock bands are"
In this classic interview from 1996, the Canadian guitar hero dissects Rush anthems from 2112 to Limelight and The Spirit of Radio
Felix Pastorius on the importance of an artist's individuality, managing fans' expectations and befriending your bass
"Altogether, LP5 is nigh-on an hour of a glowingly tight, stunningly dynamic and absolutely essential pop-rock."
The Testament guitarists on their gear philosophies, the evolution of their sound, and why Chuck Billy remains their toughest critic
The Texas three-piece return with an album replete with impeccable funk and richly embroidered guitar sounds from around the globe
From jazz to folk to thrash and beyond, frontman Stu Mackenzie recalls some of the band's standout guitar tracks
The Pretty Reckless leader remembers Chris Cornell, and goes deep on the guitars, gear and creation of the band's star-studded upcoming album, Death By Rock And Roll
George Lynch discusses the fate of his classic-era guitars, his never-ending Led Zeppelin love and his new album with Dino Jelusick
On the lookout for your next favourite Aussie band? You've come to the right place – here are eight of the locals we're loving most at the moment!
The desktop guitar amp market is getting crowded and these from Yamaha, Blackstar, Fender and more might just be the finest money can buy