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. […]
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 […]
Brooklyn metal’s definitive drummer, Sal Abruscato pounded out the beats on classics like Type O Negative’s Bloody Kisses and Life of Agony’s River Runs Red. Now he’s pulled a Dave Grohl, singing, playing every instrument, and writing the songs in a new outfit—and doing it way better than any drummer has a right to. The […]
Sal Abruscato has made his name pounding the drums with Brooklyn metal stalwarts like Type O Negative and Life of Agony. Now he’s singing, playing guitar, and writing the songs for new hard-rock band A Pale Horse Named Death, who drop their debut album, And Hell Will Follow Me (SPV/Steamhammer), tomorrow. While the group’s moniker is […]
On June 14, Brooklyn’s A Pale Horse Named Death drop their debut album, And Hell Will Follow Me (SPV/Steamhammer), a dark, crushing melodic effort that suggests Alice in Chains and Type O Negative. The latter reference makes particular sense considering that the band is the brainchild of Sal Abruscato, the founding drummer of Type O, […]
Since becoming co-host of That Metal Show in 2008, Don Jamieson has had the pleasure of interviewing some of the most legendary names in hard rock and metal. Jamieson also became the first comedian to ever sign with esteemed record label Metal Blade, who just released Jamieson’s Live and Hilarious. Needless to say, he’s pretty […]
What the Revolver staff has been playing around the office.
One year ago, Type O Negative and Carnivore frontman Peter Steele passed away.
What the Revolver staff has been playing around the office this week.
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.