Tomorrow, three quarters of the classic Black Sabbath lineup — Ozzy Osbourne, Geezer Butler and Tony Iommi — will perform together in Birmingham, England as both a homecoming show and a warm-up gig for their upcoming headlining performance at Download festival.
Greek power metal icons Firewind will unleash their new album, Few Against Many, next Tuesday, May 22. In case you can't wait that long — and we have a feeling you can't — we've got the full album streaming exclusively on GuitarWorld.com from now until release date. Listen below!
Veil of Maya released their latest album, Eclipse, back in February on Sumerian Records. Just in case some of those guitar parts have you scratching your head, we're continuing our series of exclusive lessons with guitarist Marc Okubo to show you some key cuts off the album.
With alt-rockers the Afghan Whigs scheduled to play their first concert in 13 years next Wednesday night at New York City's Bowery Ballroom, the band have already answered the question of whether or not we'd get any new music.
After being denied the official world record for shortest concert of all time by the people at the Guinness Book of World Records, Jack White, undeterred, has announced plans to try for yet another world record.
Earlier this week, drummer Bill Ward broke the news that he would not being joining Black Sabbath on their upcoming live dates, citing an inability to come to terms on a "signable" contract. (Read the statement here.)