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And Bonzo Wept with Joy: An Interview with Hark

Hands up those of you who remember Wales trio Taint? Aside from having our man Bonazelli throw down as the band’s biggest supporter to the tune of given up first born and oaths taken on the graves of dead relatives, the trio gave the world three unfuckwithable albums (All Bees to the Sea, Secrets and Lies and The Ruin of Nova Roma) of thunderously fant-angular, catchy beard metal that spun the highlig ...

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Interview: Steve Howe Discusses Asia’s New Album, ‘XXX,’ and His Latest Solo Album, ‘Time’

Do you remember exactly when and where you were when you first heard it? I do. It was June of 1982. I was in seventh grade sitting in, ironically enough, music class during one of the last days before summer vacation. The school was a two-story brick structure that had no air conditioning, and by mid-morning the temperature in the classroom had risen to an almost unbearable level. The open windows and porta ...

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Interview: George Lynch Discusses New Lynch Mob EP, ‘Sound Mountain Sessions,’ T&N and More

Guitarist George Lynch spent the heart of the '80s in one of that decade's most successful hard rock bands, Dokken. When Dokken split at the end of the decade, Lynch formed Lynch Mob, who's storied debut album, 1990's Wicked Sensation, featured one Oni Logan on vocals. Fast forward more than 20 years to the present, and — following a breakup, reunion and lineup changes — Logan is once again behind the Lynch ...

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Decibrity Playlist: Witchcraft (Ola Henriksson)

As detailed in our November issue, we’ve had to wait a good while between Witchcraft albums. When news of the band’s new record finally hit this May, the press release also nonchalantly dropped a couple of bombshells about the group’s lineup. Despite the changes, however, two pillars continue to be frontman/founder Magnus Pelander and bassist Ola Henriksson. So to get you pumped up for the ...

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Interview: Steve Howe Discusses Asia’s New Album, ‘XXX,’ and His Upcoming Solo Album

Do you remember exactly when and where you were when you first heard it? I do. It was June of 1982. I was in seventh grade sitting in, ironically enough, music class during one of the last days before summer vacation. The school was a two-story brick structure that had no air conditioning, and by mid-morning the temperature in the classroom had risen to an almost unbearable level. The open windows and porta ...

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Nili Brosh talks about her Ibanez Premium and Prestige 7-string Guitars

Nili Brosh was born in Israel and moved to Boston at age 12 with her family. She attended Berklee College of Music, and has performed with many artists including Guthrie Govan, Stu Hamm, Andy Timmons, the Iron Maidens and Tony MacAlpine. She is currently working on her second solo CD. Ibanez sat down with her to discuss how she uses 7-string models in her music and live performances. This RSS Feed is the pr ...

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Inside The Shredder’s Studio #3: Jon Levasseur of Cryptopsy

Only a short introduction is needed here. This gentleman played on Hall Of Fame certified None So Vile, not to mention the inimitiable Blasphemy Made Flesh. He’s back in Cryptopsy and a big reason their eponymous new album rules. Ladies and gentlemen, we’re proud to welcome Jon Levasseur to the shredder’s studio this week. Hey everyone! Jon Levasseur from Cryptopsy here to talk about my fa ...

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Interview: Six Organs of Admittance’s Ben Chasny Talks ‘Ascent’

"I had this crazy dream in January and it was just this fucked-up sci-fi dream that was really bizarre," Ben Chasny says. "And I thought, I've never done a record where I've had a story line. It's usually personal or more abstract, so I was like, 'Fuck it, this could be fun!'" Most creative types will tell you that an album begins with a dream, but seldom has that very thing happened so literally as with As ...

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Interview: Gary Rossington Discusses Roots and Lynyrd Skynyrd’s New Album, ‘Last of a Dyin’ Breed’

Surveying the current Southern rock landscape, you can’t blame genre pioneers Lynyrd Skynyrd for feeling increasingly alone with each passing year. Sure, contemporaries like the Allman Brothers Band and ZZ Top are still going strong, and My Morning Jacket and Kings of Leon have opened up strains of Southern rock to a whole new set of ears, but it’s no wonder the legendary “Sweet Home Alabama” rockers dubbed ...

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Interview: Guitarist Pete Anderson Discusses His Next Album and Life as a Solo Artist

Growing up in Detroit, Michigan, guitarist Pete Anderson began his foray into the music world at age 8 with a lap steel guitar, but his epiphany took place as a teenager. "Bob Dylan came out, and that was a whole new weird thing that got psychedelic and re-attracted me to the guitar," he says. "So at 16 or 17, I went a completely different route and, through Dylan, went in reverse to the old blues guys like ...

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