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Foo Fighters Premiere New Song, “Something From Nothing”

Foo Fighters Premiere New Song, “Something From Nothing”

Foo Fighters have premiered “Something from Nothing,” the first song from their new album, Sonic Highways. The album, which will be released worldwide November 10, was recorded in eight studios in eight different American cities. It will be previewed in a new HBO documentary series, directed by Grohl, called Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways that will […]

Quiz: What Judas Priest Song Are You?

Quiz: What Judas Priest Song Are You?

A lovely metalhead by the name of Johanna Painkiller has created this fun quiz, which determines which Judas Priest song you are based on your personality, beliefs, interests, and style. Play below and let us know what you think of the results.  

Interview: Slipknot Look Back on the Making of ‘All Hope Is Gone’

Interview: Slipknot Look Back on the Making of ‘All Hope Is Gone’

As Slipknot prepare to unleash their highly anticipated new album, ‘.5: The Gray Chapter’, Revolver is looking back on the making of each of the masked maniacs’ previous records. MORE SLIPKNOT: Read about the making of their 1999 self-titled album. Read about the Making of ‘Iowa.’ Read about the Making of ‘Vol. 3: (The Subliminal […]

Metallica Planned to Fire Lars Ulrich, According to Anthrax’s Scott Ian

Metallica Planned to Fire Lars Ulrich, According to Anthrax’s Scott Ian

For a long time, rumors have abounded that Metallica planned to fire drummer Lars Ulrich in 1986, shortly before bassist Cliff Burton was killed in a traffic bus accident. Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian has confirmed the story in his autobiography, ‘I’m the Man: The Story of that Guy from Anthrax,’ which is in stores now via […]

Photos: Limp Bizkit and Machine Gun Kelly Live in New York City

Photos: Limp Bizkit and Machine Gun Kelly Live in New York City

Limp Bizkit, with opening act Machine Gun Kelly, has been wrecking stages across the country. Photographer Michael Poselski was on hand to catch all the action for their show at New York City’s Best Buy Theater. Check out the pics he captured for us below–and be sure to check out his Facebook.

Attika 7 Premiere New Song, “Darkest Day”

Attika 7 Premiere New Song, “Darkest Day”

Check out the latest track from the metal band led by Evan Seinfeld of Biohazard and Rusty Coones of ‘Sons of Anarchy’!

Photos: T.J. Martell Charity Rock N’ Bowl with Members of Megadeth, Fear Factory, Testament, and More

Photos: T.J. Martell Charity Rock N’ Bowl with Members of Megadeth, Fear Factory, Testament, and More

Revolver’s own Stephanie Cabral was on hand to catch all the action at the T.J.  Martell Foundation’s Celebrity Rock N’ Bowl tournament on October 9, which included appearances by Megadeth’s Chris Broderick, Testament’s Chuck Billy, Fear Factory’s Dino Cazares, and more.  The event was chaired by Wendy Dio, President and Co-Founder of the Ronnie James Dio […]

The Wild Beyond Premiere New Song, “Reflex Driver”

The Wild Beyond Premiere New Song, “Reflex Driver”

Space-rock outfit The Wild Beyond will release their self-titled debut EP on November 10 via Big Round Music/UltraMegaSound Records with distribution via The End Records/ADA. Today, the band has teamed up with Revolver to premiere a new track, “Reflex Driver.” Check it out below and let us know what you think in the comments! Mastermind […]

Slipknot Premiere New Song, “Sarcastrophe”

Slipknot Premiere New Song, “Sarcastrophe”

Slipknot have premiered a new song, “Sarcastrophe,” off their highly anticipated fifth album, ‘.5: The Gray Chapter,’ which is due for release in the U.S. on October 21. Check it out here and let us know what you think in the comments. Slipknot are featured on the cover of the new issue of Revolver — read […]

Review: Scott Ian — I’m the Man: The Story of that Guy from Anthrax

Review: Scott Ian — I’m the Man: The Story of that Guy from Anthrax

As the founding guitarist of both Anthrax and S.O.D., Scott Ian knows a little something about thrash and crossover. He also may have had something to do with nu-metal’s chart-topping fusion of rap and metal, a hybrid pioneered by the Anthrax song that lends his new autobiography its name, as well as by the band’s […]