Leading up to the end of the year, Revolver has asked some of our favorite artists to pick their Top Albums of 2012 and tell us why each record rules. Here, Jyrki 69 (pictured left), vocalist of the goth-rock band The 69 Eyes, selects his faves. 5. Motionless in White, […]
Earlier today, Aeroforce One touched down in Boston, Massachusetts, as Aerosmith performed a live set outside of 1325 Commonwealth Ave., where the band lived in their early years. In case you missed it, the band have uploaded a stream of the entire show, and you can watch it below. Tomorrow, Aerosmith will release Music from […]
Consider yourself invited to a party Aerosmith are throwing in Boston on Monday, November 5, the day before their new album, Music from Another Dimension! is released on Columbia Records. The band have announced plans to show up somewhere in their hometown — sometime around noon — and perform on the streets. That’s all the […]
Aerosmith have just released their second official video from their new album, Music From Another Dimension!. Check out the clip for “What Could Have Been Love” below. After a delay, the band will release their fifteenth studio album — and first album of original material since 2001′s Just Push Play — on Tuesday, November 6. […]
Actor (and guitarist) Johnny Depp, who recently appeared in a Paul McCartney video, performed with The Black Keys at the MTV Movie Awards and with Marilyn Manson at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards, joined Aerosmith on stage at the Hollywood Bowl this past Monday night, August 6. Depp joined the band for “Train Kept a-Rollin,’” […]
We’ve just published our list of the Most Anticipated Albums of 2012, which includes bands ranging from Aerosmith to Slayer and Converge to Van Halen. Now we’re asking you, what album are you most excited about that is supposedly coming out in 2012? Answer our poll below, and feel free to vote as many times […]
Black Sabbath, Van Halen, Slayer, Marilyn Manson, Lamb of God, Down, and many more!
Aerosmith’s recordings between 1973 and 1986 are set to be made available on Apple’s iTunes for the first time, from September 6, according to myfoxdetroit.com. While Aerosmith’s more recent records are currently obtainable on the digital music service, a deal had not yet been agreed for the band’s earlier material. With frontman Steven Tyler currently […]
If anyone in this crazy, post-Bizkit world has a handle on the right ratio between rap and rock, it might just be Texas-based rapper Hyro Da Hero. Hyro has sampled everyone from Circa Survive to Refused, and his new album, Birth School Work Death (produced by no less than Ross Robinson), merited a four-star review […]
After nearly four decades of drumming for one of hard rock’s most iconic and notoriously debauched bands, Aerosmith’s Joey Kramer has lived through the stuff of fiction. His recent book, Hit Hard: A Story of Hitting Rock Bottom at the Top (HarperOne), though, is all too real. (Incidentally, Kramer has also launched a rhythm-game iPhone app of the same name.) In the book, he details the personal demons that have troubled him, as well as the rock-and-roll excesses that famously led to the band’s temporary demise in the ’80s. Kramer recently spoke to Revolver about the issues contained in his memoir and about Aerosmith’s enduring status in the music landscape.