Jay and Silent Bob’s Mall Brawl video game is a rock ‘em sock ‘em Double Dragon-type NES 8-bit classic…
Metallica has teamed up with Arrogant Consortia and jumped into the beer business with their first heavy metal brew, the German pilsner “Enter Night”; and there is no gimmick here, just honest to goodness, solid-tasting beer.
Like the Offspring’s catalog, the three signature flavors of Gringo Bandito Hot Suace pack a wallop with a heavy undercurrent topped with notes that are surprisingly pure and light.
Ohio rockers The National and Danish microbrewery Mikkeller have partnered to release “Reality Based Pils”, a very drinkable, somewhat light, and straight-up pilsner in a cool can.
Without even knowing all the hype around Rachael Becker’s work at Heavy Leather NYC, there was still a certain feeling about unboxing such a finely crafted strap.
Audials Tunebite is godsend for all techie’s lovers. A multi-use copy, record, conversion software program for audio files.
I love the idea behind this; anything that can integrate my obsession of music into an otherwise lifeless routine is KEY (pun intended)!
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.