Revolver magazine has teamed up with Dean Guitars for the Second Annual Dean Guitars NAMM JAM, which will take place Friday, January 14, 2011, at the Grove of Anaheim in Anaheim, California. It will be headlined by the mighty Megadeth, led by Dean's most prolific endorsed artist, Dave Mustaine. Megadeth are in the midst of the most successful run of their career and have just been nominated for a Grammy.
The Dean NAMM Jam will also feature a performance by the collective powerhouse known as Hellyeah with Dean Artists Tom Maxwell and Bob Zilla, Chad Grey and Greg Tribbett of Mudvayne and legendary Pantera drummer Vinnie Paul (endorsed by ddrum, Dean's sister company).
The party will open with a star-studded, all-star legends jam with some of the greatest guitarists in the business including Michael Schenker, Leslie West of Mountain, Michael Angelo Batio, and more.
The guys in Disturbed talk about their new single “Another Way to Die” and what the future holds after the release of their new CD, Asylum; Vinnie Paul and the HELLYEAH boys go bull riding with the sexy Jaimie Hilfiger in NYC; go behind the scenes in the studio with Atreyu; Papa Roach live in concert; Hatebreed’s new music video “Everyone Bleeds Now” and more, right now on the Revolver TV app.
Southern-metal supergroup Hellyeah, featuring Chad Gray and Greg Tribbett of Mudvayne, Tom Maxwell of Nothingface, Bob Zilla of Damageplan, and the legendary Vinnie Paul of Pantera, have revealed the final track listing for their forthcoming album, Stampede, which hits stores on July 13. Check it out after the jump.
On stands now, the 2010 REVOLVER MAGAZINE GOLDEN GODS issue is not to be missed. The double-sized issue boasts an all-star cover featuring the REVOLVER GOLDEN GODS AWARDS winners, performers and presenters—including OZZY OSBOURNE, LEMMY KILMISTER of Motörhead, ROB HALFORD of Judas Priest, DAVE GROHL, ALICE COOPER, CHINO MORENO of Deftones, ROB ZOMBIE, ZAKK WYLDE of Black Label Society, VINNIE PAUL of Hellyeah, JERRY CANTRELL of Alice In Chains, CHRIS JERICHO of WWE and Fozzy, KAT VON D, MARC COLOMBO of the Dallas Cowboys and Free Reign, and more.
Like you, we here at Revolver are still mourning the loss of Avenged Sevenfold drummer Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan. That’s why we included a poster of him and an obituary in the March/April issue, on stands now. Many of the Rev’s peers wanted to weigh in, too. So over the coming days, we’ll post remembrances by the Rev’s friends, people he looked up to and artists who looked up to him. Here, HELLYEAH and Pantera drummer Vinnie Paul shares his thoughts.