A one-minute video clip in which guitar legend Zakk Wylde (BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, OZZY OSBOURNE) talks about all the crazy ways he's been using Pitchclip, Korg's discreet, clip-on tuner, can be seen below. Whether tuning an engine or fine tuning a guitar — Pitchclip has you covered.
Zakk's handbook to all things heavy metal — "Bringing Metal To The Children" — was finally released on April 10 via William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. Wylde invites all who dare onto the tour bus for tales of glory, debauchery, and general mayhem. The book is co-authored by Eric Hendrikx.
An excerpt from the book is available at this location (Facebook "Like" required).
In "Bringing Metal To The Children", Zakk Wylde, the man who turned heavy metal touring into a journey of fantastical excess, shares what really goes on behind tour bus windows and backstage doors. The twenty-five-year music veteran of the OZZY OSBOURNE band and BLACK LABEL SOCIETY details his survival techniques for maintaining a life on the road, managing a band of raging vikings, and somehow making it on stage and blowing the crowd away night after night.
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