The Foo Fighters may have ever so slightly underwhelmed, but Dave Grohl found a new way to invigorate guitar music.
Kenneth William served up anarchy and artistry as Canadian punks White Lung released their career best album.
Divisive is an understatement, but putting the hyperbole and the hate to one side, 2014 was The Edge’s comeback year.
The thickest and most visceral grooves of 2014 belong to none other than Chris Bishop of Crobot.
It might not have been the grand finale some were expecting, but 2014 saw one of the greatest guitarists wave goodbye to the most legendary of bands.
After years of obfuscation 2014 saw the rise of challenging artists like Lazer/Wulf who still find room for meaty riffs and rollercoaster grooves.
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Jackson Browne reasserted his genius with Standing In The Breach; a thoughtful assault on society’s ills.
Guitar Planet kicks off its countdown of the year’s 20 defining guitarists with the Black Keys’ arena conquering axe man.
AC/DC brush the media turmoil aside as they get ready to rock, but will the critics be so easily silenced?
Pink Floyd bid a fond farewell to keyboardist Richard Wright on their 15th and final album.
Eight tracks for eight cities: a recipe for disaster or the most daring artistic endeavour of the Foo Fighters’ career?
At the crossroads of Highway 61 and Junction 49 lies the official crossroads of Clarksdale, Mississippi – the birthplace of the Delta Blues. This historic town, and the famous music that was created...