In October’s ALL NEW RHYTHM!
1st Oct 2007 | 16:36
FREE STICKERS OF YOUR DRUM HEROES!
We give you the story of the greatest drum solo ever recorded, Led Zeppelin’s ‘Moby Dick’, and remember the great man behind it.
ALSO learn to play ‘Moby Dick’ with our notation and backing tracks!
With a career spanning four decades, as many books, 17 studio albums, 27 tours and hundreds of thousands of motorbike miles, it’s not easy catching up with the Rush sticksman, but we did it for this month’s exclusive Rhythm interview.
The man behind the beats and production of some of the most important records of the '90s and beyond tells Rhythm about the making of his career defining records.
As This Is Menace continue to push the boundaries of modern metal, the man powering the band’s brutal beats talks to Rhythm about juggling vocalists and why the scene is very far from dead.
The Kaiser Chiefs drummer looks on as Rhythm takes his kit apart piece by piece!
We’ve scoured the Rhythm archives to bring you the first in our series of classic Rhythm interviews. This month, revisit Vinnie during his 1996 recording session at Sting’s mansion.
Just in time for Halloween, we dive in to the world of sleepy lakeside towns and eerie goings on inhabited by Chicago’s hottest new exports.
What do you get when you cross the Steely Dan drummer with the Rhythm Ipod? An insight into the musical mind that has one of the most varied CVs in the business.
£7995 worth of DW gear! Don’t miss the first instalment in Rhythm’s two-part competition.
New and improved, with video tutorials from Trivium’s Travis Smith and Pete Lockett, learn to play Green Day’s ‘American Idiot’ and Slipknot’s ‘Surfacing’, and more!
All new Buyer’s Guide – don’t leave home without it!
And the latest gear tried, tested and rated…
Zildjian Armand Cymbals
Roland HD-1 Electronic Kit
Mapex QR Kit
Gon Bops Gongas
The brightest cymbal cleaners on the market
All this and much more in your October issue of Rhythm, OUT NOW!
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