Voices of Metal – Ryan Knight of The Black Dahlia Murder

In this weeks edition of Voices of Metal we turn to Ryan Knight, lead guitarist for the metal band The Black Dahlia Murder. Ryan talks with us about his history with Arsis, joining The Black Dahlia Murder, his thoughts on touring, gear and advice for guitarists. Click here to hear our interview with Ryan Knight…

From Belgrade to Montreal Borislav Mitic Rocks

Borislav Mitic is a Canadian based virtuoso rock guitarist and a recording solo artist. A shredding guitar player with three solo albums and a fourth one on the way. He has been published on Lion Music and US label Shrapnel Records that discovered virtuosos like Yngwie Malmsteen, Paul Gilbert, and Marty Friedman. Borislav’s new album…

Voices of Metal – Brandon Ellis

In our continuing search for brutal heavy tone and the tools used to create it, we came upon Brandon Ellis, who has toured with Arsis and Sylosis and has the unique ability to learn songs incredibly fast. We took one look at this video and said “yes, we need this guy.” Check it out! You…

Voices of Metal – Katatonia

The year was 1991, when two teenagers named Anders Nyström and Jonas Renkse decided to have a go at the extreme metal scene. Death metal was at its peak and although they were comfortable with that style they felt an urge to incorporate something more beyond just the brutal aspect. They searched for the elements…

Voices of Metal – Candlemass

Voices of Metal is a new series dedicated to finding the best of Metal. We scour the earth looking for the most intense bands and then we get to the bottom of their story, how they get their sound and what inspires their playing styles. If you’re looking to discover how some of the worlds…

Silverstein

Seymour Duncan Artist and Their Pickups Silverstein   Neil Boshart of Silverstein knows that great electric guitar tone starts with the pickups. Of course he went straight to Seymour Duncan for his pickups. “My guitars would never sound as good without my Duncans,” exclaims Neil. “If my guitars were living beings, my Duncans would be…

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