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 […]
God Seed, the new band led by ex-Gorgoroth members Gaahl and King, have unleashed the video for their song, “Alt Liv.” The track is off of the group’s recently released debut album, I Begin. Check it out below and let us know what you think in the comments.
Finally, the two ex-Gorgoroth firebrands behind the biggest black-metal feud of the past decade can say they have closure. This long-storied album has been in the works since frontman Gaahl and bassist King split from the embittered Norwegian blasters in 2008—with speed bumps arising when Gaahl “retired” from metal and King hired Dimmu Borgir’s Shagrath […]
The Short-lived Norwegian black metallers God Seed, which featured former Gorgoroth vocalist Gaahl and bassist King, are to release a DVD and live CD of their infamous performance at the 2008 Wacken Open Air festival. The deluxe digipack will be released on October 25 in the U.S. The Wacken performance was a reenactment of Gorgoroth’s […]
The release of Gorgoroth’s Under the Sign of Hell 2011 has been delayed for a second time, due to financial issues with the band’s label, Regain. The record, which is a re-recording of the Norwegian black metallers’ 1997 album, was originally scheduled to drop on June 20 before being put back to August 29. No […]
In Revolver’s March/April issue, we interview Gorgoroth guitarist Infernus and drummer Tomas Asklund about the band’s new album, Quantos Possunt Ad Satanitatem Trahunt (Regain), the band’s new lineup, and Satanism. For those of you who didn’t get enough (or are too cheap to buy the magazine), here’s the best of the rest of our wide-ranging chat.