If there’s one name that can make metal guitarists’ heads turn at a million miles a minute, it’s John Petrucci. And having kicked the year off with both a stunning new guitar and a ripping new Dream Theater LP, 2019 is shaping up to be a mental year for the multi‑hyphenate icon.
Though they've officially made the break into arenas worldwide, Bring Me The Horizon still anchor their live set on a palpable and poignant intimacy.
Less than a year removed from her debut album, Amy Shark has cemented herself as a national treasure, her heart-on-sleeve pop bankers making Australia move like nothing else. Ahead of her biggest headline tour yet, Matt Doria runs through the past, present and future of Australia's self-professed love monster.
After playing close to 300 shows in 2018, you’d think Tommy Emmanuel would be itching for a breather. But as the fingerstyle superstar explains to Matt Doria, such an assumption couldn’t be farther from the truth.
Wrap your ears around their banging new single "Be Okay", then learn all about it!
"We’re fully in. I don’t know where it’s gonna go, but I’m excited to see what happens."
"Middle Kids are the band that never stop."
Ahead of his appearance at this year’s 30th annual Bluesfest, Kurt Vile talks coveting the couch and why you never want to be without your guitar.
“Epic” is an overused cliché of a word, but there’s really no other way to describe the Emperor experience.
It didn’t seem possible, but with album #6, Bring Me The Horizon have once again taken their game-changing brand of metalcore mania to the next level (or, like, the next three). Ahead of the band’s Australian tour in support of it, guitarist Lee Malia gives us a first-hand look into the weird and wonderful world of Amo.
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