Adam “Nergal” Darski, frontman of Polish extreme metallers Behemoth, will release his autobiography, Sacrum Profanum, in Poland on October 17. The book–which will cover his battle with leukemia, as well as his controversial anti-religious music–will initially only be made available in Polish, but according to Nergal, “depending on interest, we might be translating this into […]
We just posted our list of the Best Music Videos of 2011. Now we’re asking you, what is your favorite among our picks? Vote below, as many times as you want, to tell us. UPDATE: Find out the winners here.
Sure, music videos aren’t what they used to be since MTV all but dropped the “M.” But that doesn’t mean that there aren’t still bands who give a serious shit about the clips they produce to accompany their songs. 2011 had its share of badass music videos–here are our picks for the 10 best. And […]
The music video for the track “Lucifer” off Behemoth’s 2009 release, Evangelion, has hit the internet and can be viewed below. “Lucifer” is the final track on the album and one of the Polish blackened death-metal bands longest songs, clocking in at over eight-minutes long. The video was shot in Wroclaw, Poland, stars the song’s […]
Frontman for Polish extreme metallers Behemoth Adam “Nergal” Darski was found innocent yesterday by a Polish court. He had been charged with offending religious feeling during an incident at a Behemoth concert in 2007 where Nergal tore up the Bible and threw it into the audience, urging them to burn it. Judge Krzysztof Wieckowski, though, came […]
Considering Job for a Cowboy’s habit of pissing where they shouldn’t when they’re drunk, their last album, 2009’s Ruination (Metal Blade), could well be called Urination. Celebrating his band’s new Gloom EP, which hits stores tomorrow—a stop-gap until the Arizona death-metal outfit drops its highly anticipated new full-length later this year—bassist Brent Riggs states the […]
Fans of Book of Black Earth’s previous releases may shun this Seattle foursome’s transition from murky to crisp production on their latest full-length release. After all, its menacing mixture of low-fi grind and feedback-soaked grandeur was a big part of what made 2008’s Horoskopus so striking and presumably helped the band land tour slots with […]
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, […]
Behemoth frontman and demigod Nergal performed onstage for the first time this past Friday since his bone marrow transplant last winter. Nergal made a guest appearance during a set in his home country, Poland, by English goth rockers Fields of the Nephilim. He provided vocals on the song “Penetration.” “I don’t remember when the last […]
What the Revolver staff has been playing around the office this week.