Miss May I vocalist Levi Benton (pictured left) may have luxurious locks of his own, but we asked him to list the best and most unforgettable hairdos of the scene. 1. Brian Fair, Shadows Fall “Longest hair in the business. I mean, a guy who can hit [...]
It has been about two months since Static-X reunited in early July and bassist Brent Ashley (pictured left) has already left the band. In a Facebook post, Ashley said he wished it would have “ended differently.” He also Tweeted, “Being the professional I am I wont call anyone out or point fingers as to why I [...]
Static-X, featuring frontman Wayne Static, took the stage at New York City’s Gramercy Theatre this past Monday night, August 20, and Revolver was there. Also on the bill that night were Prong, Davey Suicide and 9Electric. Enjoy this exclusive photo gallery of Static-X, Davey Suicide and 9Electric, courtesy of photographer Joshua Sean. While you’re at [...]
By Natalie Perez After steamrolling through the world of industrial metal for 15 years, Static-X took some much-needed time off from 2009 to 2011. The timing was perfect; after touring nonstop and surviving a few lineup changes, a hiatus seemed the right thing to do. During that time, frontman Wayne Static flew solo, releasing Pighammer [...]
Interview: Prong Frontman Tommy Victor on New Album, Carved into Stone, “electro metal,” and Knotfest
Metal iconoclasts Prong recently released their acclaimed ninth album, Carved into Stone, and the band will play the Slipknot-curated Knotfest in August. In celebration, the group–which also feature Tony Campos of Static-X– is giving away a Schecter guitar signed by main man Tommy Victor (enter to win right here). Victor spoke to us about his [...]
Check out pics from the final show of the metal titans’ recent tour together!
Ministry Frontman Al Jourgensen’s Country Side Project, Buck Satan and the 666 Shooters, Streams New Album
Get the exclusive first listen to ‘Bikers Welcome! Ladies Drink Free.’ Record hits stores on January 17.
Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen’s country side project, Buck Satan and the 666 Shooters, will release its debut album on January 17. The disc, Bikers Welcome! Ladies Drink Free, also features Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen and Jourgensen’s Ministry bandmate Mike Scaccia on guitars, as well as Tony Campos (Soulfly, ex-Static-X) on bass. Jourgensen originally devised his [...]
Wayne Static has announced a host of new tour dates to kick off the new year. The former Static-X frontman, who is featured in the January/February 2012 issue of Revolver, is touring behind his debut solo album Pighammer, released earlier this year. Check out the tour dates below. 12/14 Las Vegas, NV, LVCS 12/15 Salt [...]
Static-X frontman Wayne Static is currently on a tour, with hard rockers Kyng as support, promoting his solo debut, Pighammer (Dirthouse). Revolver photographer Stephanie Cabral was on hand to capture the mayhem, including some scantly clad ladies interacting with Static, at Hollywood’s Key Club on Monday. Check out pics of all the bands below.