In the April/May 2014 issue of Revolver, we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the heaviest album to debut at No. 1, Pantera’s Far Beyond Driven. But many other landmark hard-rock and metal releases have turned or are turning 20 this year, including albums from Soundgarden, Slayer, Korn, Marilyn Manson, Megadeth, Machine Head, Cannibal Corpse, So […]
In the April/May 2014 issue of Revolver, which is on newsstands now, we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the heaviest album to debut at No. 1, Pantera’s Far Beyond Driven. Here are 30 other albums that are also turning 20 this year–after you peruse the list, click here and vote for which record you think […]
Featuring vocalist Agnete Kjølsrud–who appeared on the Dimmu Borgir track “Gateways” off of their album Abrahadabra–Norwegian hard rockers Djerv released their self-titled debut last year; now they’re proud to unveil the new music video for single, “Headstone.” The stylish animated clip was directed by Jørn Veberg and Colin McMahon. Check it out below and let […]
ICS Vortex, the new project led by the Norwegian black-metal stalwart, have released a stream of new track “Odin’s Tree,” taken from their forthcoming record Storm Seeker. The band, led by the current Borknagar frontman and former Dimmu Borgir bassist, is set to drop its debut effort on August 23. Give it a listen and […]
Number of times I covet Grutle Kjellson’s moustache: 35.
Newsworthy artistic choice: Dimmu Borgir recently changed the cover art for their newest album, Abrahadabra, only a few weeks after it was released. The change was from a multi-eyed industrial gargoyle man to the exact same image with a skull instead of a man’s face.
Recent suggestion heard by this author: The change was because the man’s face looked like he was blowing a dude.
HAIL: THE GRIMMEST OF BLOWJOBS!
Taylor Momsen, frontwoman of The Pretty Reckless and costar of TV’s Gossip Girl, leads the Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock class of 2010! The issue is now available everywhere, and can be purchased right here.
The issue’s other Scream Queens, captured in striking photographs as horror-movie heroines, include Carly Smithson of We Are the Fallen, Sierra Kusterbeck of VersaEmerge, Sarah Anthony of The Letter Black, Miri Milman of System Divide, and more!
The issue also features:
- Free Slipknot poster
- Rob Zombie interviewing Alice Cooper
- The Acacia Strain
- All That Remains’ Phil Labonte telling his life story