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, Alex Webster (pictured left), bassist of death-metal vets Cannibal Corpse, selects his faves. 5. Spawn of Possession, Incurso “This is one [...]
Chris Krovatin is the author of three young adult novels, Heavy Metal & You, Venomous, and Gravediggers: Mountain of Bones. He is currently working on multiple new writing projects, as well as new material with his local New York metal band Flaming Tusk. He is a contributing writer for Revolver and generally comes off as [...]
Currently in the midst of his “No Hostages” tour, Phoenix-based artist, producer, and Ultragore Recordings CEO Sluggo stands at the forefront of the fast-rising EDM genre with his uniquely heavy metal-influenced dubstep sound. No wonder then that Korn frontman Jonathan Davis, aka JDevil, handpicked him as an opener on two legs of his band’s North [...]
American death metal band Cannibal Corpse kick off their headlining spot on the 2012 Summer Slaughter tour tonight at the House of Blues in Los Angeles. Cannibal Corpse will be joined by Between The Buried and Me, Job For A Cowboy, Goatwhore, The Faceless, Periphery, Veil of Maya and Cerebral Bore. There will be a [...]
One of Revolver‘s 15 Most Extreme Bands, named in the new issue!
The issue also features stories on Lamb of God, Shinedown, A Day to Remember, Meshuggah, Cannibal Corpse, and the 2012 Golden Gods!
Get a taste of their forthcoming album ‘Torture,’ due out March 13!
Black Sabbath, Van Halen, Slayer, Marilyn Manson, Lamb of God, Down, and many more!
Our favorite holiday? Easy: Halloween. We’re eagerly counting down the days to All Hallows Eve, and we’re doing it by enlisting some of our favorite rockers to select the “most metal” fright flicks of all time. So check back right here at RevolverMag.com every day until the big, bad scariest one of them all. Here, [...]
This past weekend saw the 20th anniversary of Guns N’ Roses landmark Use Your Illusion albums. But 1991 was also the year that many other landmark releases in hard rock and metal came out, including Metallica’s “Black Album,” Nirvana’s Nevermind, Ozzy Osbourne’s No More Tears, and many, many more. Below, we want you to weigh [...]