"When it comes to virtuosity, guitarists Paul Gilbert and Nuno Bettencourt plus bassist Billy Sheehan remain solid contenders for reaching the pinnacle alongside Joe Satriani, Steve Vai and Yngwie Malmsteen."
Did Annie Clark’s solo show live up to the considerable hype? Andrew P Street says oh dear god yes.
Press Club aren’t the DIY delinquents we deserve right now, but they’re the ones we need.
Paul Southwell catches up with Stryper’s longstanding guitarist Michael Sweet.
Australian Guitar catches up with Rackett guitarist Kat Ayala to chat about the good kind of feedback, being a pedal nerd and the experience of having a custom guitar built from scratch.
On their ambitious second album, City Calm Down trade restlessness for atmosphere.
Age… Is just a number. Number… Is just a word. And word… Is just a thing. Spinal Tap’s Derek Smalls straps on for an album all of his own.
It’s nothing that strays too far from Ghost’s established path of theatrical violence, but Prequelle is a hearty refill for those already drinking from Cardinal Copia’s sacred chalice.
The prodigious Findlay sisters are back with their third album, Far From Earth, which serves as their most ambitious and psychedelic effort to date.
Now under the banner of MGT, Mark Gemini Thwaite is free to follow his own muse into some very dark places.
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