Does America got talent? Before you answer that, check out this video of a guitar-playing, karate-chopping dude named Matt “Rockstar” Sikorski. The clip is actually Sikorski’s unsuccessful audition video for NBC’s America’s Got Talent. And even though it’s almost three years old, its one-of-kind, karate-chopping, flaming-cinder-block, metal-strumming action continues to capture the hearts and minds […]
Today, RevolverMag.com presents the exclusive premiere of “Devil’s List,” the new lyric video by Bruised But Not Broken. The track is from the Charlotte, NC-based metalcore band’s new album, Fragment, which was released March 4 by Standby Records. “It is with great pleasure that after two years of hard work and determination, we present to […]
Check out the Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman’s new cover of a classic Dio track!
The very active gang over at MetallicaTV have released official, pro-shot footage of Metallica performing their epic new song, “Lords of Summer,” two Sundays ago — March 16 — in Bogotá, Colombia. The song was written by the band specifically for their “Metallica By Request” tour. Last week, Metallica released the “Garage Demo” version of […]
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Their new album, Devil, is out April 1 via Razor & Tie!
Although most fans of Ozzy Osbourne and the late Randy Rhoads have already seen video of various parts of Osbourne’s After Hours TV appearance from the spring of 1981, you might want to check out this new “enhanced” version of one clip. This new version (top video), which was posted March 17, certainly does look […]
Randy Rhoads died 32 years ago today on March 19, 1982. To pay tribute to Rhoads, Rainbow/Ozzy Osbourne/Gary Moore bassist Bob Daisley has posted a lengthy Q&A on his website, bobdaisley.com, titled “The Blizzard of Ozz and The Holy Grail.” In the Q&A, Daisley answers questions regarding the seven hours of audio tapes he recorded […]
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Interview and Song Premiere: Lynch Mob’s George Lynch, Korn’s Ray Luzier and dUg Pinnick of King’s X Discuss New KXM Album
By John Katic Supergroups and side projects are nothing new. The first supergroups debuted in the mid- to late Sixties with Cream; Blind Faith and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, to name just a few. To the ranks of supergroups, you now can add KXM, a band whose name is derived from Korn (K), King’s […]