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  • Finsbury Park Rage Against the Machine Concert Available on DVD

    Finsbury Park Rage Against the Machine Concert Available on DVD

    A standout Rage Against the Machine concert, previously available only in a box set, has been released on DVD. Live at Finsbury Park documents the June 2010 show the band promised to perform in response to a couple’s successful campaign to make its 1992 hit “Killing in the Name” the 2009 No. 1 Christmas single... »

  • Weekly Top 10: Gear Care Discussion, Advice from Bass Pros, Learning Tunes on the Spot, the Top Videos and More

    Weekly Top 10: Gear Care Discussion, Advice from Bass Pros, Learning Tunes on the Spot, the Top Videos and More

    It is Sunday. You know what that means… time for another list of the best from the world of bass this week. Thanks for reading, watching, commenting and sharing. 1. Can Hanging a Bass on the Wall Damage the Neck? This week’s “Ask” question focuses on gear care – specifically, if hanging basses on walls... »

  • Fodera Introduces Emperor II Hybrid and Tony Grey Signature Monarch Basses

    Fodera Introduces Emperor II Hybrid and Tony Grey Signature Monarch Basses

    Fodera has announced two new basses with the Emperor II Hybrid and the Tony Grey Signature Monarch. Both instruments are handmade in their custom shop and are expansions on their flagship models. The Emperor II Hybrid takes their classic Emperor singlecut and introduces the Hybrid chambered body design. Fodera says the bass shares the complex... »

  • Cryptopsy: Detritus (the one they kept)

    Cryptopsy: Detritus (the one they kept)

    Extreme technical death metal outfit Cryptopsy is back with new music! “Detritus (the one they kept)” is the first peek at The Book of Suffering Tome 1, due October 30th. “It has been three years since Cryptopsy’s last release and many fans have expressed their eagerness to hear new material,” the band shared on their... »

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  • Stryper Releases “Fallen”

    Stryper Releases “Fallen”

    Christian metal band Stryper has released its latest album, Fallen. The album is considered the follow up to 2013’s No More Hell to Pay, and features longtime member Tim Gaines on bass. While the record includes plenty of original work, it also features the band’s take on Black Sabbath’s “After Forever.” Check out the video... »

  • G&L Guitars Introduces 35th Anniversary Model Basses

    G&L Guitars Introduces 35th Anniversary Model Basses

    Thirty-five years ago, Leo Fender and George Fullerton teamed up to form G&L Guitars. Now the company is celebrating with a line of 35th Anniversary models including three guitars and two basses: the LB-100 and the M-2000. Each instrument is finished in Emerald Green Metallic, representing the traditional gemstone of the 35th Anniversary, the emerald.... »

  • Vulfpeck: Rango II

    Vulfpeck: Rango II

    The second video from Vulfpeck’s brand new album, Thrill of the Arts, is here. This is “Rango II” – a nice laid back version of the song that originally appeared on Mit Peck. Joe Dart lays down a nice groove, as always. »

  • 1983 Joni Mitchell Concert in Japan Gets Official Release

    1983 Joni Mitchell Concert in Japan Gets Official Release

    A concert on the Japanese leg of Joni Mitchell’s 1983 Refuge World Tour supporting her 1982 album Wild Things Run Fast has been officially released as A Woman in the East. The show, performed at the famed Nippon Budokan Hall, was broadcast live on FM radio and showcased Mitchell and her band, which included bassist... »

  • MonoNeon on Preparing for Prince

    MonoNeon on Preparing for Prince

    If you’ve been reading No Treble for a while, you’ll recognize MonoNeon. The singular musician pushes the boundaries of his art with a manifesto that includes wearing high-visibility clothing with polychromatic color schemes, and his bass playing will leave your jaw on the floor. MonoNeon, aka Dywane Thomas Jr., has been working with another outspoken... »

  • Video Premiere: El Ten Eleven’s “Point Breeze”

    Video Premiere: El Ten Eleven’s “Point Breeze”

    We’re proud to team up with Gallien-Krueger to premiere a new performance by the awe-inspiring duo El Ten Eleven. Formed by multi-instrumentalist Kristian Dunn and drummer Tim Fogarty, the duo utilizes a host of techniques and effects to build driving grooves with sublime sonic atmospheres. Dunn and Fogarty both get creative with loop pedals to... »