Avenged Sevenfold, Slayer, Rob Zombie, Alice in Chains, Behemoth, Of Mice & Men, and many more rocked the Graspop Metal Meeting in Belgium in late June. Photographer Javier Bragado was on hand to catch all the action. Check out the photos (some are NSFW) he captured for us below–you can also follow him on Twitter […]
Check out live photos, courtesy of Stephanie Cabral!
The Les Enfants Sauvages CD/DVD combo is out now!
This week sees new shit from Architects UK, Gojira, The Shrine, 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 […]
Mastodon has announced a U.S. spring tour with Gojira and Kvelertak as support. Tickets go on sale this Friday, February 7. Check out the dates below. The band has been in the studio in Nashville with Grammy Award-winning producer Nick Raskulinecz (Ghost B.C., Foo Fighters, Deftones) working on the follow-up to 2011′s The Hunter. […]
Author, vocalist, and all-around metal dude Chris Krovatin looks back on one heavy night.
As Sevendust continues to tour behind their new album Black Out the Sun, Revolver asked the band’s frontman, Lajon Witherspoon, to share his driving playlist. 1. Whitesnake, “Forevermore” 2. Bruno Mars, “Moonshine” 3. The Weeknd, “Wicked Games” 4. Alter Bridge, “Waters Rising” 5. Big Wreck, “Control” 6. Ra, “Undertaken” 7. New Kids On […]
After being banned from the Hollywood Palladium for 25 years, Slayer played their first set back there on October 28. Gojira and 4Arm opened the night. Revolver‘s own Stephanie Cabral was there to catch all the action and reported that she saw Dino Cazares from Fear Factory in the mosh pit, as well as Rob […]
Vidar Landa of Kvelertak and Mario Duplantier of Gojira talk shared bills, wild audiences, impressions of America, and more!
Considering that the band members’ roots lay in the Chicago industrial scene, with the now-defunct band Acumen Nation, Czar surprised listeners with 2011′s excellent Vertical Mass Burial, an album of angular alt metal that suggests bands like Mastodon and Helmet more than it did, say, Ministry and Nine Inch Nails. Still, despite the stylistic shift, […]