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Behold Asking Alexandria – Metalcore Extreme

Marching out from North Yorkshire, UK Asking Alexandria delivers a wall of heavy metal that will smash your face like a cinder block. That's a good thing.
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Check Out Eye Ra Haze – Killer Alt / Progressive Metal

If you're looking for alt metal with amazing melody, check out Eye Ra Haze. We've got their new music video, "New Beginning", and some background info on the band.
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Mississippi Fred McDowell: Learning Slide Guitar With a Steak Bone

This is the story of a farm boy who started out using a steak bone for a guitar slide - but later went on to tour the United States, and much more.
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Eric Klerks

An Interview With Eric Klerks

A multi-instrumentalist with tremendous musicality and flexibility, Eric is a special musician and is proof that nice guys can finish first.
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Artist Spotlight: Eric Johnson

Eric Johnson has been one of the most powerful and influential guitarists time will ever recognize. Here we pay tribute to him and his revolutionary style.
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Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Meet the Preacher’s Daughter Who Rocked Long Before Rock Existed

Nicholas Tozier takes a moment to remember an unsuspecting guitarist that showed what it meant to rock before rock was even born. Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
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Brian Head Welch

Head Is Back With Korn (And Recording! And Touring!)

After 10 years, Brian "Head" Welch is back with Korn, with an album and a tour on the way.
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Wes Montgomery

How Wes Montgomery Played His Legendary Guitar Solos

Here Nicholas Tozier takes a look at Wes Montgomery's thumb strumming style and his unique sense of rhythm. Check here for the legacy of Wes Montgomery.
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Stephen Shareaux

Former Kick Tracee Vocalist Recording New Album

Stephen Shareaux, one of the best voices from 90's metal is back at it again - a new album is in the works.
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Wes Montgomery

Wes Montgomery: Accidental Genius of the Electric Guitar

Wes Montgomery, if nothing else, set the bar for what it is to be a guitarist back in the 50s when the instrument was mostly used for backing rhythm.
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