New Issue Preview: Revolver August-September 2014

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The following is a preview of what’s in the August/September 2014 issue of Revolver. You can pick up the new issue on newsstands now or at the Revolver Online Store.

FEATURES

GOING POSTAL: ICE-T
The Body Count frontman loses his mind answering your letters.

LINKIN PARK – CLICK TO READ COVER STORY EXCERPT
They’ve wandered far into the worlds of pop, hip-hop, and electronica, but now, armed with their heaviest album yet, Linkin Park are recharged and ready to lead an uprising to keep rock music “Restless, Brave, And F*cking Disruptive.”

EVERY TIME I DIE
A few years ago, vocalist Keith Buckley was in a dark place and Every Time I Die nearly broke up. But now the singer and his band have put their ex lives behind them and are diving into the unknown.

JUDAS PRIEST
Rob Halford and Judas Priest know that they can’t rock forever, but as they move into the twilight of their careers, the metal elder statesmen can still take on the world.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD
A7X frontman M. Shadows takes Revolver inside his band’s groundbreaking new video game, Hail to the King: Deathbat.

KING 810
David Gunn has been shot, stabbed and imprisoned. He wears his scars proudly in his already infamous new band: King 810.

SUICIDE SILENCE
Driven by the memory and passion of their fallen frontman, Mitch Lucker, Suicide Silence are back to business–though it’s far from usual.

DEPARTMENTS

IN THE NEWS
Hard-rocking bands, whiskey, and “gourmet man food,” all in one place? It sounds Louder than Life!
Plus : John 5’s five faves, black metal on TMZ, wrestlecore mania, Phil Anselmo goes No. 2, Vinnie Paul and Lzzy Hale dish out advice, and more!

PROFILES

THE BRUTAL TRUTH: Tough questions for Hellyeah, Arch Enemy, and (hed) p.e.
BANDS TO WATCH: Wovenwar, Tombs, and more!

REVIEWS: Godsmack, Belphegor, Theory of a Deadman, Overkill, and more
THE FINAL WORD: Whitechapel’s Phil Bozeman shares a tale from the pit.

 

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