Are you a guitarist? If not a guitar player yourself, are you a fan of the guitar craft? If not a follower of that craft, what about a fan of classic rock? If the answer to any of those questions is “yes,” this would be a worthwhile purchase.
Are you a big fan of Jimi Hendrix? If the answer is yes, no need to read further than this paragraph — just buy this book.
America 51 is rude, crude and definitely not politically correct, (which I actually applaud) but no matter where you stand on the issues, most will find this a pretty good read.
What Jericho is preaching often includes his shortcomings, emphasizing the mistakes he had made on the journey to get to where he is now.
If you are new to the scene and want to get your feet wet or discover what awaits you down the path to being an indie artist, than this book might just help get you off on the right foot.
At the end of the day, The Evolution of a Cro-Magnon is a great read. It’s not for the faint of heart, but it really takes the reader on a wild journey.
This is a story of two school friends from the outskirts of the big city determined to carve their own path in the music world. In the end, they succeed but not without great consequence.
The book aims to give a more holistic approach to how Hetfield’s past, especially his relationship with his mother and his upbringing as a Christian Scientist, left lasting scars and marks on his psyche.
Call Me Chris: A Tale of Healing, Recovery, Selfishness and Resolve is a story of perseverance, endurance, and the indomitable will of the human spirit to push on against all odds.
This first issue of Slayers Repentless comic run is sure to satisfy the Slayer fans and collectors of their various projects and merch, as well as comic nerds in general.
Aside from the drugs and alcohol, this book tells the story of a young boy who goes from working at his father’s bait store to creating some of the most influential counter culture music in history.
Authored by Sarah Jensen (a longtime friend of Mr. Keenan’s) “with” Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan, this book is a revelation in its existence, yet still exactly the kind of semi-autobiography you would expect from the enigmatic singer.