For an album that sees its narrator so achingly reckon with his inner demons, its sonics are decidedly cozy and twee.
Joe Satriani returns to Australia, 30 years since his first visit with Mick Jagger and with plenty of Oz tours in-between. But it wouldn’t be a Satriani tour if there wasn’t some kind of twist.
Tight, intense, unrestrained and utterly theatrical, the guys in Dimmu Borgir are true performance masters.
Isaac Ware has been working at Sydney’s Gladesville Guitar Factory for over a decade, and he’s learned a fair bit in the process. We caught up with him to talk about what makes the right guitar, and, of course, the right cup of coffee.
Jerry Cantrell looked to the tones of the band’s first two records for inspiration on the new Alice In Chains album, Rainier Fog.
Def Leppard return to Australia in November to celebrate their mega‑smash Hysteria album. Phil Collen will be bringing some new guitar gear with him, too.
"Kenny Wayne Shepherd and his band were in perfect musical form and this tour provided a dynamic performance by skilled blues music technicians."
Rue is a true evolution for a band once known for little more than their noise complaint-spurring shows.
Mark ‘Diesel’ Lizotte’s iconic Stratocaster (from the Johnny Diesel & The Injector) days is back in the form of a new Fender signature model.
Wunderbar: the new album from Aussie rock icons The Living End, and the German word to describe it. Matt Doria sits down with frontman Chris Cheney to riff on the band’s most crucial, confident and organic album in 20 years.
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