Deftones + Drummies: DRUM!’s The August Issue
By Phil Hood Published July 6, 2010
Table of Contents: DRUM! Magazine August 2008: FEATURES
Abe Cunningham From the near dissolution of his band a few years back to creating Deftones’ best album in a decade, Cunningham dishes on the journey of a lifetime.
Steve Ferrone The backbone of Tom Petty shares his secrets to what goes into that irresistible groove.
The Drummies! Who rocks hardest? Who’s the sickest jazzer? What was the best bass drum pedal? We tear open the envelopes for our much-anticipated annual awards series.
Taye Original Wood Hoop Drums. The latest manifestation of this long running drum fad in one spectacular kit.
Zildjian Cymbal Roundup. A bronze bonanza for discriminating ears.
Vicki Randle. The Tonight Show percussionista talks about what makes her tick and life after the late-night TV circuit.
Product Test. Crossing continents with Remo’s Global Frame Drums.
Taku Hirano flips the script on classic cut “Turn The Beat Around”; Glenn Caruba finds a new way to batter the cajon; Richie Garcia gets polyrhythmic with guiro and conga.
MIDI Made Easy. A step-by-step guide for mastering the world’s most useful music production format.
Guest columnist Art Cruz, drummer for mood metallers Winds Of Plague, dissects cher ished drum parts.
Wally Schnalle keeps it in the paradiddle family; Danny Gottlieb pays tribute to yet another icon with some classic Shelly Manne licks.
Terence Higgins introduces us to the boogaloo factor.
Matt Byrne gets funky with the hat, snare, and bass drum.
Nordic brutality gets (gulp!) tasteful with Soilwork’s Dirk Verbeuren
Win a custom Pearl Vision Kit. Details in this issue of DRUM!