KILLSWITCH ENGAGE Video Guitar Lesson To Be Given Away With GUITAR WORLD Magazine

KILLSWITCH ENGAGE guitarists Adam Dutkiewicz and Joel Stroetzel made their way to New York City Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 5) for an interview with Guitar World magazine. The pair were videotaped for a guitar lesson that will be given away in either DVD or CD-ROM format in an upcoming issue of the magazine. You can check out a couple photos of the guys from their brief stop-off at the Roadrunner NY office: Photo#1, Photo#2.

In other KILLSWITCH ENGAGE news, the band will be heading to the Basketball Hall Of Fame in Springfield, MA this Thursday (Oct. 7) for a cover photoshoot for the new Decibel magazine.

KILLSWITCH ENGAGE will be embarking on the J├Ągermeister Music Tour with SLAYER and MASTODON beginning on October 29 in Springfield, MO. A complete list of tour dates is available at this location.


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