Padge from Bullet for My Valentine recently sat down with Revolver TV, which you can get here, to talk about touring, Alice Cooper, and out-drinking Avenged Sevenfold.
Avenged Sevenfold will be headlining this year’s Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival, which returns August 26 through October 15 for a run of shows in North American. Other artists on this year’s bill include: Three Days Grace, Seether, Escape the Fate, Sevendust, and Bullet For My Valentine. “When we started hearing from our fans they […]
The Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Fest is in full effect, and if you've been to any of the dates already, we hope you've picked up the Official Tour Program at the Revolver booth. If you have, then you know we've included a Word Search at the end of it and are probably looking for the solution, which you will find right here. If you haven't been to Mayhem yet, but you just want a sneak peak at the Word Search so you can get the answers early and impress your friends, then you really, really need help.
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If you live in New York City, stop by Fontana’s for the Revolver-sponsored Tonesofdeath.com metal night. There will be a Bullet for My Valentine listening party at 8 p.m. That’s your chance to hear their new album, Fever, almost a month in advance of it’s April 27 release date. Plus, the bands Total Fucking Destruction, Wastelander, and Vise Massacre are all playing a free concert, starting at 9, in the basement. Don Jamieson, of VH1 Classic’s That Metal Show, will be DJing. And best of all, there’s Free PBRs until the bar runs out! Full details, including RSVP info, after the jump.
Like you, we here at Revolver are still mourning the loss of Avenged Sevenfold drummer Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan. That’s why we included a poster of him and an obituary in the March/April issue, on stands now. Many of the Rev’s peers wanted to weigh in, too. So over the coming days, we’ll post remembrances by the Rev’s friends, people he looked up to and artists who looked up to him.