Elram Boxer, guitarist for the Israeli metal band Ferium, chats about his MESA/Boogie Dual Rectifier and the tones/sounds on the group’s new album, Behind the Black Eyes.
Oakland, CA-based Dimesland released the 8-track album Psychogenic Atrophy on December 9, 2014 and it’s loaded with some furiously-played abstract metal.
Hailing from Chickasha, OK, the five-piece hard rock/metal band Anti-Mortem are getting all hot and bothered with the pending release of their 12 track album, New Southern. Due out on April 29th in North America via Nuclear Blast Entertainment, the new recording features some air-guitar worthy songwriting and tons of shreddable and memorable moments (see the track “100% Pure American Rage” below for an instant and obvious example). Recently we caught up with guitarist Zain Smith to talk gear and he in turn told us all about his Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier solo amp head.
I recently had the opportunity to speak with JR Bareis, guitarist for the band Love and Death, about his favorite piece of gear used while recording the band’s newest effort, Between Here & Lost. Here’s what Bareis had to say his gear, including amp and guitars.
Boy Hits Car are currently gearing up for their “Embrace The Fire Tour” with support from Exotic Animal Petting Zoo. With nearly 30 dates taking them all across the U.S., the band and fans are both in for some awesome shows! Recently guitarist Mike Bartak gave us the lowdown on his fave piece of gear, his Mesa Boogie MK3.
Boy Hits Car are currently gearing up for their “Embrace The Fire Tour” with support from Exotic Animal Petting Zoo. With nearly 30 dates taking them all across the U.S., the band and fans are both in for some awesome shows! Recently bassist Bill Gower gave PureGrainAudio the lowdown on his Mesa Boogie M-2000 bass head. Check it!
Recently I sat down with A Clever Con guitarist Ryan Marsa to discuss that one piece of gear he uses to obtain his signature sound. These New Jersey rockers play a contagious brand of music that is guaranteed to grab your attention and get you on your feet. Here’s what Marsa had to say about his amplifier.