With Shinedown's new album, The Sound of Madness hitting stores yesterday, Ultimate-Guitar has unveiled an exclusive guitar lesson from the band's very own, Nick Perri. The clip finds the guitarist showing viewers how to play their blistering new single, "Devour."
Head to Head Automatica's artist page over at MTV.com and check out a live version of "Graduation Day" and an interview with the band discussing their new album, Popaganda, which is on shelves now. Once you've done that, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let them know you did, they'll pick a winner at random in three weeks to get a guitar signed by the band.
Ever played the Playstation 2 game Guitar Hero? Well here is your chance to have your own band's song in Guitar Hero II. All you have to do is fill out a simple form and submit the MP3 online and you could have your own song played by thousands of people. Click here to submit.
The Dillinger Escape Plan's James Love (who has been filling in for the injured Ben Benoit) had his guitar recently stolen after an interesting chain of events. You can find out the details below. This story was originally taken from Lambgoat.com. You can find the original posting by clicking here
Check out the mind-blowing new video for DragonForce - "Through the Fire and the Flames" over at the Roadrunner Records website. The video features close-up shots of the band playing seemingly impossible guitar solos. Don't miss this.
Fat Mike of NOFX and owner of Fat Wreck Chords is auctioning off his first guitar in order to raise money for Unite the United which will benefit Habitat for Humanity and United Way for the New Orleans area. In the press release Fat Mike had this to say: "It was my first guitar. I bought it from Lynn Strait, (singer from the band Snot), for $50 who actually stole it in the first place, so I bought a stolen guitar... I wrote all of Liberal Animation on it. It never toured since I don't play guitar on tour".