2011 Golden Gods Issue Out Everywhere Today!!!

The new issue of Revolver hits newsstands everywhere today. You can also buy it online here. Avenged Sevenfold–who dominated the 2011 Revolver Golden Gods Awards, both onstage with their headlining performance and in the fan-voted categories–grace the cover, taking over the awards podium. The cover story provides a behind-the-scenes look at hard rock and metal’s biggest night, including exclusive photos and interviews, featuring Alice Cooper, Mötley Crüe, Metallica, Dave Grohl, William Shatner, Chris Jericho, Corey Taylor, Sebastian Bach, Alice in Chains, Duff McKagan, Vinnie Paul, Scott Ian, Asking Alexandria, Volbeat, DevilDriver, Jamey Jasta, Max Cavalera, Taylor Momsen, and many, many more!!!

The issue comes with two stunning posters, of Avenged Sevenfold onstage at the Golden Gods performing Pantera’s “Mouth for War” with that band’s Vinnie Paul, and Alice Cooper with his signature boa, rocking Los Angeles with the living members of his original band for the first time in nearly four decades.

The issue also features stories on:

  • Ozzy Osbourne
  • Jane’s Addiction
  • Black Veil Brides
  • Behemoth
  • Mudvayne
  • The Black Dahlia Murder
  • Vampires Everywhere!
  • Rev Theory
  • Between the Buried and Me
  • Protest the Hero
  • Periphery
  • and much more!!!
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    • Vbeiersdor

      The Revolver awards show sucked big time. They didn’t show the dedication to the dead metal people nor did they give out the awards to M. Shadows as best singer or for best guitariest to Syn Gates and Zacky of A7X.
      As for the performances, they sucked too. Why didn’t A7X sing a song off their Nightmare cd which won for best metal cd. And the performance with Duff singing It’s so easy didn’t make it either.
      I think if you can’t show the whole damn show don’t bother. It’s insulting to all us metal fans who wasted a Saturday night watching a show that sucked.