Hi friends! Presenting you our partner – GTHIC. They offer handmade rings and other jewelry for bikers, metalheads, and everyone badass. Including lots of skull rings. Joy to the eye and boost to your manhood 😉
Hey there! We’ve completed the first ten of MetalliGeek Podcast. And the anniversary episode is special. Things you might not have known about every Metallica song from main studio albums, 107 in total. You can check it out below, as well as other episodes of MetalliGeek.
The podcast has proven to be a thing. You liked it, which is the most important measure. Now it’s finally being submitted to iTunes, but most of action will keep happening on Youtube. So join us there, friends! \m/
Hey! Rammstein have released their 7th (and it might be the last) album. And there’s some great bass there! I’ve made bass tab for songs I liked the most, Hallomann and Tattoo, other are in progress. Check out tab videos and download tabs for free using our secret password (get it here) following the links below (here’s allRammstein bass tabs). Enjoy playing, friends \m/
Hey! Here are the survey results mentioned in the video “Metallica Songs Ranked WORST to BEST“. Some of them were pretty surprising, particularly how relatively low “Nothing Else Matters” and Enter Sandman were ranked, while they are the most played ones on Apple Music (“f*ck what’s popular” attitude?)) And my all time favorite song Purify “The Unforgiven” didn’t even make it to top 10!
Hey friends! I know a lot of you’ve been waiting for Anesthesia lesson part 3 for a long time. Well, I hope this video is what you wanted) It contains the entire solo explained how to play, with tabs and some extra thoughts regarding it. Free bass tablature is available via the link below. I wish you happy holidays. Enjoy playing!
What’s up? Here’s another Metallica bass tab that I’ve fixed this month (first one was Bell Tolls). You might not see how it differs from the previous version. The corrections are minor, but I couldn’t just leave it that way.
This is the 5th consecutive year we honor the memory of Cliff Burton on my channel. Last year it was a compilation of his craziest live solos with tabs. And now it’s one of Cliff’s most famous masterpieces: For Whom the Bell Tolls.