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Wretched’s Adam Cody Picks His Five Favorite Albums of the Year

Wretched’s Adam Cody Picks His Five Favorite Albums of the Year

Leading up to the end of the year, Revolver has asked some of our favorite artists to pick their Top Albums of 2014. Here, Adam Cody, vocalist of Wretched, selects his faves. Wretched released ‘Cannibal’ earlier this year.

Review: The Contortionist — Language

Review: The Contortionist — Language

Recalling Opeth in their ability to pivot between choirboy prog and growling metal, The Contortionist bend across an even broader spectrum, moving from dreamy, Tim Buckley–style folk to lithe, chops-conscious fusion to harmony distorting post rock—sometimes all in a single song. There’s lots of technical dazzle, but the instrumental end is kept in check to […]

Photos: Between the Buried and Me, The Faceless, and More Live in Hollywood

Photos: Between the Buried and Me, The Faceless, and More Live in Hollywood

Between the Buried and Me, along with openers The Faceless, The Contortionist, and The Safety Fire, rocked the House of Blues Hollywood on September 27. Revolver‘s own Stephanie Cabral was there to catch all the action. Check out the photos she captured for us below–you can also follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

Michael Lessard of Last Chance to Reason Picks His Five Favorite Albums of the Year

Michael Lessard of Last Chance to Reason Picks His Five Favorite Albums of the Year

Leading up to the end of the year, Revolver has asked some of our favorite artists to pick their Top Albums of 2012 and tell us why each record rules. Here, Michael Lessard (pictured left), vocalist of the prog-metal band Last Chance to Reason, selects his faves.         5. Cattle Decapitation, Monolith […]

John Matos of Abiotic Picks His Five Favorite Albums of the Year

John Matos of Abiotic Picks His Five Favorite Albums of the Year

Leading up to the end of the year, Revolver has asked some of our favorite artists to pick their Top Albums of 2012 and tell us why each record rules. Here, John Matos (pictured left), guitarist of the death-metal band Abiotic, selects his faves.           5. Cattle Decapitation, Monolith of Inhumanity […]