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Poll: What Is the Best Hard-Rock or Metal Record Released in 1991?

Poll: What Is the Best Hard-Rock or Metal Record Released in 1991?

This past weekend saw the 20th anniversary of Guns N’ Roses landmark Use Your Illusion albums. But 1991 was also the year that many other landmark releases in hard rock and metal came out, including Metallica’s “Black Album,” Nirvana’s Nevermind, Ozzy Osbourne’s No More Tears, and many, many more. Below, we want you to weigh […]

‘Fix: the Ministry Movie’ to Be Screened in September and October

‘Fix: the Ministry Movie’ to Be Screened in September and October

A new documentary detailing industrial metallers Ministry’s 1996 Sphinctour is to be screened at the end of this month and in October. Directed by Douglas Freel, Fix: the Ministry Movie follows the band during their world tour, exploring their adventures and excesses on the road, particularly those of frontman Al Jourgensen. Also featured in the […]

Watch the Big Four Motörhead Jam

Watch the Big Four Motörhead Jam

If you weren’t at the Big Four concert last night at Yankee Stadium, you didn’t miss out on the big jam! Some fans captured the moment when members of Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth, and Anthrax joined forces to play Motörhead’s “Overkill” and have posted it, so you can watch it below.

Photos: Motörhead, Trivium, Mayhem, and More at Wacken 2011

Photos: Motörhead, Trivium, Mayhem, and More at Wacken 2011

The 22nd annual Wacken Open Air Festival—the world’s largest heavy-metal gathering—took place in Germany over the weekend, and Revolver had photographer Thomas Schlein on hand to take photos of some of the bands. Check out the gallery below to see his images of Morbid Angel, Ensiferum, Apocalyptica, Kyuss Lives, Sodom, Suicidal Tendencies, Trivium, Mayhem, Sepultura, […]

Former Motörhead Guitarist Würzel Dies

Former Motörhead Guitarist Würzel Dies

Former Motörhead guitarist Michael “Würzel” Burston reportedly died on Saturday of ventricular fibrillation, triggered by a disease that often leads to heart failure. He was 61. Tim Butcher, Motörhead frontman Lemmy’s longtime bass technician, reported the news Saturday on his Facebook page. Würzel joined the band in 1984 alongside guitarist Phil Campbell, and the duo […]

Photo by Dean Karr

Exclusive Premiere: Danko Jones’ Rare Track “Rock N Roll Proletariat”

Today Canadian hard rockers Danko Jones drop the deluxe reissue of their 2010 full-length, Below the Belt. The new edition comes with two bonus tracks, “Guest List Blues” and “Rock N Roll Proletariat,” and the entire acclaimed “Below the Belt” music video trilogy, featuring guest appearances by Lemmy, Elijah Wood, Selma Blair, and others. Below, […]

Motörhead: Still the loudest band in the world

Kult Review: Motorhead, Clutch and Valient Thorr at Best Buy Theatre, Feb. 28

It’s become an annual tradition for me to see Motörhead. The seminal metal-punk power trio returned to New York City this year with not just a brand new studio album, The Wörld is Yours, but with a full-length feature documentary about founder, bassist, vocalist and hard rock icon Lemmy Kilmister (LEMMY: 49% Motherfucker. 51% Son […]

Video: Motörhead Joined On Stage By Doro Pesch In New York

Video: Motörhead Joined On Stage By Doro Pesch In New York

Last night in New York City, Motörhead were joined on stage by Doro Pesch and former Danzig guitarist Todd Youth for a rendition of “Killed By Death.” Check out the fan-filmed video below.