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Former White Zombie Bassist Sean Yseult Pays Tribute to Dimebag Darrell

Former White Zombie Bassist Sean Yseult Pays Tribute to Dimebag Darrell

Today marks seven years since Pantera and Damageplan guitarist Dimebag Darrell was killed onstage. This week, we are posting remembrances of him by his friends. Today, former White Zombie bassist Sean Yseult (pictured left) recalls some of Dimebag’s greatest pranks. Having toured extensively with Pantera, she became close friends with the guys and chronicled that […]

Zakk Wylde Pays Tribute to Dimebag Darrell

Zakk Wylde Pays Tribute to Dimebag Darrell

Yesterday marked seven years since the Pantera and Damageplan guitarist was killed. Here, his longtime friend remembers him.

Anthrax’s Frank Bello Pays Tribute to Dimebag Darrell

Anthrax’s Frank Bello Pays Tribute to Dimebag Darrell

Thursday marks seven years since the Pantera and Damageplan guitarist was killed. Here, his longtime friend remembers him.

Chris Cornell Talks About His Acoustic ‘Songbook’ and the New Soundgarden Album

Chris Cornell Talks About His Acoustic ‘Songbook’ and the New Soundgarden Album

The solo live record features songs by Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog, and Audioslave.

Interview: Slash Talks About ‘Live: Made in Stoke—24/7/11′ and His Video for “Back From Cali”

Interview: Slash Talks About ‘Live: Made in Stoke—24/7/11′ and His Video for “Back From Cali”

On July 24 of this year, guitar legend Slash played Stoke-on-Trent, England, the day after his birthday. This concert held a special significance for him, because he was born in Hampstead (he was known as Saul Hudson before he was Slash) and he had grown up in the area until he turned 6. It’s fitting […]

Kirk Hammett Talks About Metallica and Lou Reed’s ‘Lulu,’ Cliff Burton, and Not Playing Lead Guitar

Kirk Hammett Talks About Metallica and Lou Reed’s ‘Lulu,’ Cliff Burton, and Not Playing Lead Guitar

Metallica and Lou Reed are releasing their collaborative album, Lulu, today. The album tells the tale of a girl, Lulu, who falls from her place in high society into prostitution and other questionable activities—she even has a run-in with Jack the Ripper. Reed took the concept from a pair of plays by 20th Century German […]

Rob Zombie Picks the Five Hottest Horror Babes

Rob Zombie Picks the Five Hottest Horror Babes

Our favorite holiday? Easy: Halloween. We’re eagerly counting down the days to All Hallows Eve, and we’re doing it by enlisting some of our favorite rockers to remind of us of some of the best horror flicks. So check back right here at RevolverMag.com every day until the big, bad scariest one of them all. […]

Slayer’s Jeff Hanneman Talks About “Raining Blood”

Slayer’s Jeff Hanneman Talks About “Raining Blood”

Today marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Slayer’s landmark Reign in Blood album. The cornerstone

Cliff Burton Remembered by Anthrax’s Frank Bello

Cliff Burton Remembered by Anthrax’s Frank Bello

Today marks the 25th anniversary of Metallica bassist Cliff Burton’s death. He is still fondly remembered by those who knew him, one of whom is Anthrax bassist Frank Bello (pictured left). When Revolver interviewed him for a feature about Anthrax’s Worship Music, which will be included in our November/December issue, we asked him about Burton […]

The Story of the Big Four: “Am I Evil?”

The Story of the Big Four: “Am I Evil?”

The Big Four of thrash—Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth, and Anthrax—are set to play New York City’s Yankee Stadium on September 14. It will be the second time ever that all four groups have shared a stage in the United States. To mark this occasion, Revolver and Guitar World are celebrating the event with the Big Four […]