Saw Zetro posting about this interview a while back and now they've posted the free version. It's 2.5 hours long but I thought it was real good. It might be a little slow at first but they get into a good groove and get comfortable talking back & forth. I kinda know Exodus' songs but don't know...
If any of you are interested, we recently did an interview with the guys at Stage Door Chronicles. Im the dood on the right. And my dog Jovie makes a guest appearance.
Stage Door Chronicles ep.14 Crotalus - YouTube
Very long and interesting chat, he addresses obviously the Black album sounds, the St Anger snare as well as Motley and a bunch of other stuff. Some really intersting stuff regarding Hetfield on the Black Album:
Mark III with an ADA graphic in the loop
Jose modded Marshall blended...
Man, how I loved Bonded By Blood when it came out - still think it has some of the best thrash riffs ever. And, how I never quite understood how Exodus didn't capitalize on their momentum the way Anthrax, Testament, Slayer and others did...
Read it here.
This is a great interview, I stuck it on in my workshop whilst working on some guitars a couple of weeks back.
But man, his voice, at times, just sounds like he's trying to hold back a wave of tears. It's majorly distracting and unsettling, but if you can make it through, it's a great...
I think this channel has been posted here before, I seem to remember us all commenting on the one they did with Mike Soldano.
This is James Brown of Amptweaker, previously an engineer at Peavey from 1986 to 2004, and worked close with Eddie to develop the 5150, and with Satch to do the JSX...
This has probably been posted in here before, but oh well... Hilarious interview with the Morbid Angel man. :lol:
"What's your job?"
"You went to school to do that?"
"Yeah, I spent 4 years at university for Morbid Angel"
I'm a headless nerd and a Steinberger fan. Not much new in this, but it's cool to see Ned talk so openly, he's such a shy dude. At the end he's asked about a new guitar and say's that he's working on it. I'll be interested to see what he comes up with.
Now that people are more open to...
Guthrie Govan Interview - The Virtuoso's Virtuoso | All Out Guitar | Magazine Archive
Hey Guys, figured some of you would really enjoy this in-depth interview with Guthrie from 2007. He goes into quite detail how Erotic Cakes was recorded. For example, he used a Richie Kotzen Cornford Head for...