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.
Legendary acts are savaged by critics and dumped by fans for failing to change with the times, but not AC/DC, why do they remain bullet proof?
Guitar Planet weigh in on the Foo Fighters’ Chicago inspired comeback single.
As The Who gear up for their 50th anniversary, Guitar Planet ponders their five greatest tracks, but what will make the cut: My Generation? Who Are You? Love Reign O'Me?
Scotland is staying in the United Kingdom, but, whatever the result, in this historic moment Guitar Planet wants to celebrate the northern nation's immense contribution to guitar music.
Jack White and Josh Homme have been carrying the ox-cart for a decade or more, so Guitar Planet asks who are the real riff-writing superstars of this generation?