Interviews

InterviewsBuckcherry - Cherry Picking, Turn up, Lit Up, and Turned On
Buckcherry's second hit single, "For The Movies," might be the one that sends this raucous LA lineup
InterviewsAn Interview with C.J. Pierce of Drowning Pool
Drowning Pool has faced one of the hardest tests a group can ever be put through.
InterviewsJeff Beck - Beck by Popular Demand
As one of the instrument's most skilled rock stylists, Jeff Beck has burned a template for guitarist
InterviewsBlink 182 - Tom Delonge Interview
They sing about crank calls, taking dumps and being dumped, but San Diego, California band Blink 182
InterviewsBilly Martin Reaps The Serendipitous Life With Good Charlotte
Good Charlotte came together in 1996, when five high school friends from Maryland picked up instrume
RockKenny Olson - Twisted Brown Trucker Band
They say the devil makes work for idle hands to do, but the horned one will find himself sorry out o
InterviewsAn Interview with A.J. Dunning of The Verve Pipe
Following up a hit album often spells trouble.
InterviewsLong Beach Dub All Stars - High Times
Ras-1 is a big bearish guy who comes off like an amiable cross between Hank Hill's son, Bobby, and s
InterviewsMxPx Tom Wisniewski Interview
Pete Townshend better watch his back this summer when the Who hits the road.
InterviewsInterview with Mike Einziger of Incubus
Suburban boredom has been a dynamic force in American culture.
InterviewsAn Interview with Scott Ian and Charlie Benante of Anthrax
Anthrax has hit the road once again, doing dates as One of the "Big Four" Tour - along with Metallic
InterviewsAerosmith's Joe Perry Interview
Miracles don't happen often these days, not the way they were said to have happened a couple thousan
InterviewsAn Interview with Jim Davies of Pitchshifter
Pitchshifter guitarist Jim Davies has a love-hate relationship with guitars.
InterviewsQueensryche - Rebuilding the Empire
When founding member Chris DeGarmo told his bandmates he was leaving Queensryche in the summer of 19
InterviewsAC/DC Interview - Hard Attack
Guitar.com: Why did four years elapse between the release of Ballbreaker and Stiff Upper Lip?Young:
InterviewsAn Interview with Rodney Shepherd of Sugar Ray
There are a few things Sugar Ray's Rodney Shepherd is certain about: "I am not and never was Chaka f
InterviewsDaron Malakian Interview - System of a Down
System of a Down guitarist Daron Malakian is not a people person, and the fact that his band that ha
InterviewsStaind - Dysfunction Junction
Anyone familiar with Fred Durst knows he's no prude.
InterviewsInterview with Max Cavalera of Soulfly
Intellects often confuse primitivism with stupidity, as if raw and barbaric sentiments were strictly
InterviewsStatic X Interview - Success on a Death Trip
Along with Powerman 5000 and Staind, Static-X have helped re-define contemporary alt-metal.
InterviewsInterview with Steve Vai - Impossible Guitar
Steve Vai is one of those rare individuals who have taken musical virtuosity, bent it, hammered it,
InterviewsSteve Howe Interview
It took little more than an effortless, chiming 12th fret harmonic for guitarist Steve Howe to mesme
RockThe Dandy Warhols - Bohemian Rhapsody
The Dandy Warhols are one of those bands that were born under a bad sign.
InterviewsAllan Holdsworth Interview - The Outter Limits
Though Allan Holdsworth specializes in music that emanates from a radio/marketing no-mans land somew
InterviewsVeruca Salt Interview - Break Up To Make Up
Success, it's been said, is the best revenge.
InterviewsSteely Dan Interview - Against All Odds
In the history of 70s rock the guitar solos of Steely Dan loom large.
InterviewsAndy Summers - Every Little Thing He Does
Andy Summers changed the face of pop music with his heavily affected yet crisp playing during an all
InterviewsVertical Horizon - Vertical Thinking
It's a long haul from acoustic gigs on a tiny Washington D.C.
InterviewsWarren Haynes Interview - Life After the Allman Brothers
"It sounds funny to say, probably because we have so many long songs," admits Gov't Mule vocalist an
RockLenny Kaye - Through the Past Smartly
Though Lenny Kaye is best known as the guitar player for Patti Smith, he's remembered in other circl
InterviewsAn Interview with John Petrucci of Dream Theater
Progressive rock fans know John Petrucci as one of the leading figures in techno-guitar mastery.
InterviewsLarry Carlton Interview - Jazz Crusader
Guitarist Larry Carlton has left his signature across the decades.
InterviewsAn Interview with Jimmy Page
After playing a bunch of shows with Jimmy Page, the Black Crowes' Chris Robinson is happy to report
RockAn Interview with Andy Dunlop of Travis
On first listen, Travis might remind you a lot of Radiohead, but don't tune out.