We spoke with Jamie King, guitarist of Kentucky rockers XXI, about some of the gear he uses (including guitar, pickups, pedals and more) to help lead the band's new sound.
We spoke with Branden Kreider (guitar, vox) and Garrett Russell (bass) of From Ashes to New about some of the key gear that helps them hone in on their unique sound.
Long Beach, CA-based alternative rock/metal fivesome, Sunflower Dead, recently released their blasting new song "Dance With Death." We gabbed abotu gear with lead singer Michael Del Pizzo.
Such A Mess is set to release their forthcoming 7" split with Post Season, Greetings From, so we chatted with guitarists Mark Reynolds and Dave Solis about gear!
We checked in with SOS frontman Mike SOS to chat a bit about gear. Here's what he had to say about his Sovtek MIG 100 Tube guitar head.
We caught up with Adam Waito, bassist and vocalist for the Montreal, Canada punk/garage rock trio, Nancy Pants, to talk about the band's sound and more!
Check out one of the KEY pieces of gear that The Temperance Movement guitarist Paul Sayer used to get his sweet tone on the band's debut, The Temperance Movement.
I recently sat down to chat with Chris Wyse, front man and bass player of the hard rock band Owl, about some of his favorite gear including his Ampeg Classic VR1.
We recently had the opportunity to chat with Geoff Bub, guitarist of Wisconsin-based death metal act Jungle Rot, about the gear he uses to achieve his signature tone.
We recently had a chance to sit and chat with Frankie Poullain, bassist of The Darkness, about his favorite piece of gear, a Gibson Thunderbird guitar.
The Chicago-based hard rock quartet, A.D.D., recently released Core, arguably their best work to date. Guitarist Dave Adams told us about his fave piece of gear!
We grabbed some with time with Kicking Harold lead vocalist and guitarist, Tim David Kelly, to see what gear he used for the band's latest recording, Red Light District.
We recently chatted with Joshua Lozano, guitarist and vocalist for New York-based noise rock/metal band, Fashion Week, about some of the gear he used on Prêt-à-Porter.
We chatted with guitarist Joe Munoz of the Las Vegas, NV-based rock band, One Ton Project, about some of his fave gear, and how it impacts the group's sound.
We spoke with Chris Brauer, bassist for the Berlin, Germany-based Punk Rock quintet Smile And Burn, about his Dunlop MXR M80 Bass d.i.+ pedal.
Alex Campbell, guitarist for the Austin, TX-based modern rock band Seek Irony, recently chatted with us about his Boss GT-100 COSM Amp Effects Processor.
We connected with Mazz-1, drummer for the New Orleans post-punk band The Pests, to learn about some of his gear, and how it helps to impact the band's well-known sound.
With their new album, Karma Sown, due on March 31st, we asked Brian Dobbs, bassist for the Centreville, Virginia progressive hard rock/metal trio Iris Divine, about his MusicMan Stingray bass.
What the shit is Brett Netson & Snakes? Well, for the uninitiated, it's a bad-ass music ensemble led by none other than Brett Netson. How does Brett get that crunchy, unique sound you ask? Well, we'll let him explain that one.
Belgian occult rocker WIll Z., recently released his album Dark Tales of Will Z. on Headspin Records. The album is a doozy, inspired by the psychedelic world of Syd Barrett and the doomy leanings of early Black Sabbath. Will was kind enough to take some time out of his busy schedule and talk to us for a gear review. Read on and watch the site for a song stream from Will in the near future!