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Interview: 15 Questions with Blues Guitarist Albert Cummings

Massachusetts-born blues guitarist Albert Cummings released his sixth album, No Regrets (Buy on iTunes), August 28 through the Ivy Music Company. The album debuted at No. 1 in the U.S., Canada and France on the iTunes Blues Charts and at No. 5 on the Billboard blues charts. When it comes to blues guitar, Cummings is the real deal, not to mention a talented frontman and singer. He has opened for countless le ...

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The Fabulous Miss Wendy – No One Can Stop Me!

By: Robert Cavuoto The Fabulous Miss Wendy at the House of Blues – photo credit: Mila Reynaud Inspired by old-school punk acts like the Misfits, The Dead Kennedys, and The Ramones, Hollywood-based rocker The Fabulous Miss Wendy has come a long way since picking up a guitar at the age of ten. By the time she reached the legal drinking age, she had an undeniable stage presence that demanded attention, a ...

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Excerpt: Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong on ‘¡Uno!,’ ‘¡Dos!’ and ‘¡Tre!’

The following in an excerpt taken from the November 2012 issue of Guitar World. For the full story, as well as features on Jimi Hendrix, Marty Friedman, Lynyrd Skynyrd and more, pick up the issue on newsstands now, or in our online store. The band, its label and its management also came up with the idea to release the three discs in succession rather than put them out all at once or as a set. ¡Uno! comes ou ...

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Interview: Black Light Burns Frontman Wes Borland Talks New Album, Gear and Experimentation

Black Light Burns, the Los Angeles-based quartet fronted by Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland, released their sophomore album, The Moment You Realize You’re Going to Fall, August 13 via Rocket Science/THC Records. Amid preparation for a fall tour with Psychostick and The Witch Was Right, Borland sat down to discuss the new album, gear, sonic experimentation and a lot more. GUITAR WORLD: Given your history i ...

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Bonin’ the Interhole – Francesco Marras

Bands like Gojira and Godflesh might be major brand names ‘round these parts, but mention them to your average Metallica-loving broseph and you’re likely to get a squinty-eyed, the-fuck-you-say? half-nod.  But Decibel just won’t quit.  We dig deeper, danker, darker and dirtier (though rarely fitter or happier) to turn up a few otherwise overlooked gems.  While Throw Me a Frickin’ Bone lays it out all hard-c ...

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Interview: Savage Discuss Production, Playing Techniques and Vintage Gear

Rejuvenated British rock veterans Savage have made a strong comeback this year with their sixth studio album, Sons Of Malice, a solid 13-track effort that captures the vibe of Savage's classic sound but with a modern approach. I recently caught up with bassist/vocalist Chris Bradley and guitarists Andy Dawson and Kristian Bradley for a two-part interview. Part one deals with the band's comeback, the new alb ...

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Interview: Joel Hoekstra Discusses Night Ranger’s New Live Acoustic CD/DVD, ’24 Strings & A Drummer’

It’s not often that a guitarist grows up listening to one of his favorite bands, and then has the opportunity to become part of that band’s legacy. But Joel Hoekstra is no ordinary guitarist. His guitar wizardry has allowed him to live out his dream and become a driving force with Night Ranger. It’s the same dedication to his craft that makes Hoekstra one of the hardest-working rock guitarists today. But do ...

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Decibrity Playlist: Vision Of Disorder

Back in 1998, Philly’s Troc hosted a fantastic triple bill featuring Sepultura, Vision Of Disorder and Earth Crisis. Notably, each band had released a record that year that, for better or worse, would serve as a turning point in its career. While Sepultura ushered in the Derrick Green era with Against and Earth Crisis jumped to Roadrunner to release the criminally underrated Breed The Killers, it was ...

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