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Yearn to Burn: Shred Guitar Insanity – PlanetMosh Playlist Series

Yearn to Burn: Shred Guitar Insanity What is shred, anyway? It’s a stringed instrument (primarily guitar) playing style that evolved naturally, morphing into it’s own niche. Fast, ostentatious, virtuoso playing, using a variety of techniques, was not invented in the 1980s nor by Eddie Van Halen. That decade and that particular …

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Axes & Anchors Cruise 2016

2016 Axes & Anchors Cruise  Witness Zakk Wylde, Yngwie Malmsteen, Michael Schenker and More  Cruise with Today’s Greatest Guitar Gods – Setting Sail February 20, 2016 from Miami, FL Learn from Your Favorite Musicians on the High Seas! Featuring More than 40 Blazing Performances Tons of FREE Guitar Workshops with …

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[prank] A Compendium of Iris’s Short Reviews

2015 is fun. Here are some ‘Twitter’ Reviews by Iris North The gist: Very freely associate words and phrases with whatever comes to mind first, based on the prompts. Adrenaline Mob – Dearly Departed EP: They’re cursed. Aptly named! Karyn Crisis’ Gospel Of The Witches – Salem’s Wounds: Gospel?! *gasp* Metal …

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Jeff Scott Soto – Interview

For almost 30 years, New York-born Jeff Scott Soto has been one of the most respected hard rock vocalists in the business, with a career that has included stints with Yngwie Malmsteen, Soul SirkUS, Journey, the iconic Talisman and, most recently, Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Last year, he released his fifth solo …

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Marshall 50 years of loud – 22nd September 2012

Saturday night at Wembley arena was the scene for one of the most impressive nights of music the venue has seen. The event had advertised a whole host of stars – Doug Aldrich, Nicko McBrain, Phil Campbell, Tim Ripper Owens, Billy Duffy, Joe Satriani, Paul Gilbert, Corey Taylor, Glenn Hughes, …

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Green River Project – Green River Project e.p

  3 songs out of the 7 on the self titled e.p by London based Green River Project are instrumentals. That may seem excessive at 1st but on listening to the guitar histrionics by founder member Mick Priestley then its a bit of a no brainer.  Be it his gentle …

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