Ultimate-Guitar.com has just posted an exclusive guitar lesson from Florida metallers BLACK TIDE. Vocalist and lead guitarist Gabriel Garcia guides you step by step through their latest single "Shout", as he taps, slides, and shreds his way through each solo in this latest clip. The lesson is the first in a three-part installment available exclusively on Ultimate-Guitar.com, featuring scrolling guitar and bass tabs that follow close ups of BLACK TIDE's dizzying fretboard work.BLACK TIDE was interviewed by Nikki Blakk of San Francisco's 107.7 The Bone radio station before the band's March 14, 2009 show at the Slim's in San Francisco, California. Watch the four-minute chat below. BLACK TIDE sold 11,400 copies of its debut album, "Light from Above", in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 73 on The Billboard 200 chart. "Light from Above" was released in March 2008 via Interscope Records. The CD was recorded with producer Johnny K, who has previously worked with DISTURBED, MACHINE HEAD and SOIL, among others.
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