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Photos: Revolver Magazine's Covers in 2011

Photos: Revolver Magazine’s Covers in 2011

2011 has been a great year for music, as evidenced by the kickass bands and artists we were able to feature on the cover of Revolver this year. Below, you can check out who made the cover of every issue of Revolver that was available over the past 365 days. After you’ve looked at the […]

Poll: What Was the Best Cover of 'Revolver' in 2011?

Poll: What Was the Best Cover of ‘Revolver’ in 2011?

As part of our 2011 wrap-up, we have posted a photo gallery of every Revolver issue that was on newsstands this year (some are still available here). In our poll below, we want you to tell us what the Best Revolver Cover of 2011 was. Feel free to vote as many times as you want. […]

Layne Staley Remembered: Outtakes From Revolver’s Mike Inez Interview

Layne Staley Remembered: Outtakes From Revolver’s Mike Inez Interview

Today marks the ninth anniversary of Alice in Chains frontman Layne Staley’s death. In remembrance of him, his bandmate, bassist Mike Inez (pictured left), gave a personal account of him in Revolver’s January/February “Fallen Heroes” issue (available here). He had so many great stories about Staley, we couldn’t fit them in the magazine. So, in […]

New Issue of Revolver Magazine Pays Tribute to Hard Rock and Metal’s Fallen Heroes

As we bid farewell to a year full of tragedy, the new issue of Revolver magazine—available on newsstands everywhere on December 21—remembers many of hard rock and metal’s most dearly departed. The cover features a stunning painting by legendary comic-book artist J.G. Jones, acclaimed for his work on Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman, as well as for co-creating the series Wanted, which was adapted into a 2008 movie starring Angelina Jolie. Jones depicts Ronnie James Dio, Slipknot’s Paul Gray, Avenged Sevenfold’s the Rev, Type O Negative’s Peter Steele, Pantera’s Dimebag Darrell, Metallica’s Cliff Burton, Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain, Ozzy Osbourne’s Randy Rhoads, Queen’s Freddie Mercury, and Alice in Chains Layne Staley rocking together in heaven. The cover painting also appears as a free poster with the issue.