Thrash Lesson covering the rhythm and solo style the legendary band from the US called "Testament".
In this lesson I recreate and analyze the style of this powerful Californian band that combines Metalcore with Melodic Death Metal.
Lesson covering the style of biggest Latin-American metal band ever, the Brazilians Sepultura.
Play in the melodic death metal style of the Amott brothers, featuring chugging riffs and speedy solos.
Learn to riff and shred in the style of Children of Bodom's main axeman.
Get to grips with some riff trademarks of death metal legends Morbid Angel.
This lesson covers the style of the band Sodom.
This lesson is based on one of the 3 kings of German Thrash Metal - Kreator.
The Great Inspector Gadget has another card under his sleeve! He has fallen into the Extreme Metal Style
A lesson with riffs inspired by Lamb of God.
This lesson includes extreme metal style exercises for your right hand. These riffs will get your hands on fire!
Usages of the always cool Dropped D tuning, working on downstroke stability, alternate- and downstroke-picking switching and practicing a bit more speedy rhythm-playing.
This band plays an aggressive death metal, full of epic and ancient melodies, no keyboards, no orchestra, just long hairs, horns with honey-wine and Nordic culture, myths and legends.
Solo and rhythm sections
The lesson is inspired by THE HAUNTED and somewhat by IN FLAMES, with lots of palm mute and harmonized guitars, as I've been showing you in my previous lessons.
We will approach a typical 80's thrash riff with a melodic approach. Other riffs similar to these riffs can be heard in the songs of early Testament, Exodus and Slayer.