In a truly Herculean undertaking, Greg Desmurs plays back-to-back tracks spanning the Swedish extreme metal outfit's entire discography without taking a single break
The prog virtuoso hopes to push Polyphia's sonic versatility even further by linking up with the Swedish extreme metal outfit and bass extraordinaire
Hagström takes you inside the Swedish extreme metal masters’ punishing new album, Immutable, and the triumphant return of co-founding guitarist Fredrik Thordendal
Few have done more to expand the popularity of the extended-range electric guitar. Here, Hagström and Abasi talk techniques, tones, and epiphanies, and have some advice for guitarists looking to expand their repertoire beyond six strings
Mårten Hagström explains why one particular tube head was behind the tones on the extreme-metallers’ latest
Start off the month on the right foot with top-tier tunes from Bartees Strange, Meshuggah, Larry McCray, Hedras, Pixies, Bleed From Within and more
The first track from ninth studio album, Immutable, features odd time signatures and an out-of-this-world tapping solo from Fredrik Thordendal
15 names that are a testament to the myriad ways in which the seven- and eight-string guitar has evolved over the years.`
Swedish metallers Meshuggah have announced their eighth album, entitled The Violent Sleep of Reason.
Eighteen-year-old Indian musician RishabhSeen has uploaded footage of him playing Meshugah's "Bleed" on sitar. According to Seen, it is the fastest version of "Bleed" on the internet.
Why ain’t six strings enough? This was the question we posed to one of guitar's all-time greats in our September 2012 cover story.
Swedish tech-metal band Meshuggah have just premiered the official music video for their song "Demiurge." Check it out below (via Drum Magazine).