Revolver Announces Its Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock Issue Release Party at the 48 Hours Fest, Powered by Rockstar Energy Drink
Revolver is holding our “Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock” issue release party this Saturday at the 48 Hours Festival, Powered by Rockstar Energy Drink, in Las Vegas. Rockers Fozzy, starring Revolver Golden Gods host Chris Jericho, and the Sin City Sinners will be performing, and Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta will be hosting. Were that not exciting […]
Supergroup Adrenaline Mob are set to drop their self-titled debut EP on August 9. The quintet features some monster names from rock andmetal, including Symphony X frontman Russell Allen, guitarists Mike Orlando and Rich Ward (Fozzy), bassist Paul Di Leo, and Mike Portnoy, the former Dream Theater skinsman who took home the Best Drummer trophy […]
Chris Jericho not only hosted the 2011 Revolver Golden Gods in April but his band Fozzy also rocked the house
Straight from the Black Carpet of the 2011 Revolver Golden Gods Awards, our carpet host, Sebastian Bach, settles a Twitter feud he had with our show host, Chris Jericho, about the latter’s appearance on Dancing With the Stars. Watch as they bond over a song from Grease, and Jericho talks about his band, Fozzy. To […]
Anthrax bassist Frank Bello attended the Revolver Golden God Awards last month and did a little mingling with his fellow metal stars. He recorded some interviews for Samson, and you can check them out here. Bello interviews Rob Zombie, Duff McKagan, Hatebreed vocalist Jamey Jasta, and many, many more. Interview Highlights Bello Interviews Rob Zombie […]
The wait is almost over; the Revolver Golden Gods Award Show is live tonight at Club Nokia in Los Angeles! The show is, of course, being headlined by Avenged Sevenfold and also will feature performances by the original Alice Cooper Group, Duff McKagan’s Loaded, Volbeat, Asking Alexandria (with special guest Sebastian Bach), DevilDriver, Fozzy and […]
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.