The ‘Voice Of Rock’ and Deep Purple icon speaks candidly about his bass playing over the decades, why he should have never left Trapeze, and how the Dead Daisies reignited his four-string fire
With album #2, the goth-pop hellions in Pale Waves set their sights on world domination. As for how they’ll achieve it? Well, they’ve got two of the most inescapable drawcards in their clutch: nostalgia, and existential crises.
Love ‘im or hate ‘im, there’s no stopping Yungblud’s punk revolution, equal parts thrashy and theatrical. He’s already taken over England – next up, the world.
Bring Me The Horizon continue to reinvent the core foundations of heavy music with another kaleidoscopic onslaught of beats and breakdowns.
Modern-day folk lord Passenger doesn’t quite understand the concept of a ‘break’, having just released his eighth album in eight years. On this one, he plunges right into the deepest, most emo depths of his heart.
To leap forward into a bold and brave new chapter of their musical narrative, The Smashing Pumpkins go all the way back to square one.
The guitarist from Britain's fastest-rising rock band talks open tunings, Les Pauls and how Phil Collen stole his solo
Turning up the heat on new album Skeletons, TJ and John Osborne explain how it's all about getting lost in the licks
The Boston-based retro blues-wailers are the product of swampy influences, impressive pedigree and total dedication
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Black Sabbath's classic Paranoid album, we swung way back to its inception with the man, myth and maniac himself, Tony Iommi
After two enormous, game-changing concept albums, The Lemon Twigs dial things back a notch for their ambitiously lowkey third album
Nine albums down, the alt-metal assassins in Deftones continue to reinvent themselves – and the sound that made them one of the world’s most enticing musical outfits to begin with
Periphery may be off-season, but Misha Mansoor is keeping busy – like, “ten Bulb albums in five months, with even more in the making” kind of busy
He brought nu-metal to the masses in Slipknot and got grungy with Stone Sour – now, Corey Taylor is putting his pedal to the metal with a solo album of searing ‘70s rock ’n’ roll
King has played Hamilton, Mamma Mia!... You name it, he's played it, and this is the story of his journey to the stage
They conquered the ‘90s, noughts and tens, and now Sevendust are kicking off their roaring ‘20s with an album set to redefine the very core of their signature style
In this exclusive Guitar World interview, the AC/DC guitar icon details his approach to soloing, riff-writing with Malcolm, and how their sound lives on in Power Up