“There are many female musicians who made me want to start playing music when I was a kid,” says Stars in Stereo vocalist Bec Hollcraft. “But there are also those who I’ve encountered in the past few years that inspire me to continue to play music today.” So for Revolver, Hollcraft listed her Top Five Most […]
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Texas quintet Flyleaf will hit the road on a co-headline tour of the US with heavy metal stalwarts Drowning Pool. It’s a special run for Flyleaf as it marks two important milestones, welcoming new singer Kristen May to the family and serving as the first tour in support of their acclaimed third full-length album, New […]
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, Flyleaf guitarist Pat Seals selects his faves. 01. Deftones, Koi No Yokan Another great Deftones album. “Entombed” is my favorite track […]
Every Tuesday–the day that new music comes out–we will be listing the hard-rock and metal releases that hit stores, and every Wednesday we will be offering you, the fans, the chance to pick the Album of the Week. Below, check out the albums, EPs, singles, and DVDs that came out this week; pick your favorite, […]
It’s Tuesday–the day that music comes out–and this one sees shit from Cradle of Filth, Neurosis, Flyleaf, and more out in stores. Check out the list of releases below and let us know which ones you have already or are planning to pick up. Black Country Communion – Afterglow Cradle Of Filth – The Manticore […]
Worshipping guitar almost as much as God, these devout Texan alt-rockers deliver a third full-length of mostly hits but a few misses. New Horizons puts recently departed frontwoman Lacey Sturm’s vocals center stage on songs ranging from the clean-riffed, Paramore-esque “Cage on the Ground” to the heavy-metal caterwaul “Green Heart,” their hardest song to date. […]
It’s going to be a new horizon for Flyleaf as they announced today that the hard-rock band has parted ways with vocalist Lacey Sturm (pictured, center). Bassist Pat Seals said, “As Flyleaf begins this new cycle to introduce our third record New Horizons, we feel our fans should know that Lacey has stepped down as […]
The record hits stores on October 30