August is here and it’s time to take stock. Guitar Planet names 2013’s five best albums so far and picks out five more to keep you excited during the winter months.
New music week has come to an end. Guitar Planet has paid tribute to 20 incredible bands and we end on a high with a bewildering guitarist and an earnest songwriter.
Need a break from all those testosterone packed rock bands? Then why not sample some of the freshest faces in country – expect serene melodies and southern twangs.
Our countdown of the 10 best new bands turns brutal as Guitar Planet embraces the darker arts. Expect a blitzkrieg assault but also some irresistible hooks from these soon to be superstars.
Guitar Planet continues to celebrate the thrill of the new by turning our attention to rock. More raucous than indie, less demented than metal, these upstarts are overflowing with adrenaline.
Guitar Planet puts Gilbert and Hendrix to one side to focus on 10 of the most exciting emerging artists in the world today. We start with the hottest names in Indie and Alternative.
Mark Tremonti was once persona non grata, but now he’s the people’s champion: GP’s timeline tracks his incredible transformation into one of the world’s most esteemed guitarists.
By dying young Jimi Hendrix left his legacy in the hands of occasionally unscrupulous record execs. Does this latest release live up to his legacy or compromise his mystique?
From church burning and corpse paint to ecological warfare and gigs at world famous art galleries – Guitar Planet investigates the improbable rise of Black Metal.
Fleetwood Mac are back and bigger than ever, but is it finally time guitar fans dropped their pretentions and embraced one of the greatest “uncool” acts of the 1970s?