This week sees new shit from Halestorm, Gallows, Acid King, and more hitting stores. Check out the list of releases below and let us know which ones you’re snagging a copy of and which record should be the Album of the Week. Pick your favorite and feel free to vote as many times as you […]
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By nature, hardcore isn’t generally very progressive. But Gallows’ fourth full-length finds the band exploring what lurks beyond the darkest corners of the genre. The requisite vitriol is there, but so are moody, mid-tempo songs like “Chains” and the goth-rocker “93/93.” Not every experiment on ‘Desolation Sounds’ works—and the atmospheric ballad “Cease to Exist” feels […]
Check out the latest track from the U.K. outfit featuring the heavily rumored new bassist of Slipknot!
Krokodil—Featuring Current and Former Members of Cry for Silence, Hexes, Gallows, and SikTh—Premiere New Song, “Shatter”
Check out the track from the new supergroup!
After a knock-down, drag-out voting battle, Canadian rockers Harm have come out on top this week, with their new album, The Nine (buy on iTunes), edging out Legacy of Disorder, who came in as a close second. The top five vote-getters were: 1. Harm – The Nine 2.Legacy of Disorder – Last Man Standing 3. […]
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 Blaqk Audio, Gallows, Quicksand, and more hitting stores. Check out the list of releases below and let us know which ones you have already or are planning to pick up. Alastor – Destiny Alastor – Syndroms of the Cities reissue Altar of Oblivion […]
Hardcore-punk outfit Gallows will release the highly anticipated self-titled follow-up to 2009’s Grey Britain on September 18.
Heavy-music fans best know Mike Ski as the frontman of the A.K.A.s, the Philly punk rawkers who recently dropped their latest album, Animal Summer (Paper+Plastick). What fans might not know is that the ink-covered vocalist is also a skilled tattoo artist. And in celebration of Revolver‘s current tattoo issue, we thought we’d talk to Ski about his visual art.