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photograph by Derek Soto

Revolver's own Derek Soto was on hand to catch all the action for Meshuggah and High on Fire's show on November 3 at PlayStation Theater in New York City. Check out the photos he captured of High on Fire for us below–you can also follow him on Twitter and Instagram.


Louisville, Kentucky-based hard rock act Flaw recently released its new album, 'Divided We Fall,' via Pavement Entertainment. Today, the band has teamed up with Revolver to premiere its new music video, "Do You Remember." Check it out below and let us know what you think in the comments!

Vocalist Chris Volz said, "We are very excited about the next single, the meaning the lyrics have to me, and to the people who hear it, is very profound. I feel like we all have a dream that we should follow, sometimes it's easy to lose sight of what really matters in life. This video captures all of the emotions we put into live shows, and is a true representation of the energy connected to our music."

For more on Flaw, follow them on Twitter and Facebook.



Marilyn Manson has released a clip of his bloody new music video for "Say10," the title track from his forthcoming album which is tentatively scheduled for a 2017 release. The clip can be streamed below.

Directed by Tyler Shields, the clip depicts the pale emperor seated on his throne while he rips pages out of a bible, in true Manson fashion. "Say10" also delivers a political message as Manson beheads a person in a suit, presumably a politician, while chanting, "Cash is the poor man's money."

"Either way tomorrow [Election Day, November 8] goes, the visuals are meant to create contemplation. Because it's obviously bigger than just tomorrow," Manson explained to The Daily Beast. "It's about the desperate acts of people who believe something that is preached by an unbeliever."

He continued: "Right now we're in such a state of confusion when it comes to religion, politics, sexuality, and how they all tie together, and it's being turned into a circus and a sideshow—and that's something that I've been described as a ringleader of. It seems like a time for me as an artist, and as an American artist, to make something that causes a new set of questions to arise that aren't simply statements."

What do you think of what you have seen and heard so far of "Say10?"

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photograph by J Pierce Photography
Dallas-based rock act Jibe recently finished recording their fifth full-length album. In anticipation of its release, the band has teamed up with Revolver to premiere its new song, "The Human Condition." Check it out below and let us know what you think in the comments!
The band said, "'The Human Condition' birthed itself through the trials and tribulations of everyday life. The endless pursuit of that time and place, the proverbial Goldilocks zone, that sweet spot where life and everything that encompasses finally aligns and sets us free."
To get "The Human Condition," visit the band's webstore. For more on Jibe, follow them on Twitter and Facebook.



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photograph by Herring & Herring

During Metallica's concert in Colombia last week, the band asked attendees to donate non-perishable food items to help the indigenous Wayuú community in the Colombian city of La Guajira, where starvation and malnourishment have become increasing issues. Within the past eight years, over 4770 children have passed away due to lack of food and clean drinking water.

According to RCN Radio, the initiative was a huge success. It is reported that close to 10 tons of food and other goods were collected at the concert. The food was brought in through the hunger-fighting charity, Challenger Foundation, as well as Corazones Peluditos (Furry Hearts), a charitable organization consisting of 40 families who help feed and find homes for abandoned animals.

Footage of Metallica's November 1 performance in Bogota, Colombia is available here.


YouTube sensation Rob Scallon partnered up with fellow YouTuber Dave Brown from boyinaband in an attempt to write the "most brutal breakdown ever."

Watch the video below and tell us what you think!


Bring Me The Horizon have announced "The American Nightmare Tour," which will kick off on March 10 in Houston, TX and will end on April 8 in Las Vegas, NV. The band will be supported by Underoath and Beartooth. Dates are listed below.

"The American Nightmare Tour" Dates:
3/10 – Houston, TX – Revention Music Center
3/11 – Dallas, TX – South Side Ballroom
3/13 – Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom
3/14 – Detroit, MI – Masonic Temple Theatre
3/17 – Montreal, QC – Stade Uniprix
3/18 – Lowell, MA – Tsongas Center
3/20 – New York, NY – Terminal 5
3/22 – Philadelphia, PA – The Liacouras Center
3/24 – Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle
3/27 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
3/28 – Kansas City, MO – Arvest Bank Theatre
3/29 – Broomfield, CO – 1STBANK Center
4/1 – Seattle, WA – Wamu Theater
4/3 – San Francisco, CA – Warfield Theatre
4/6 – Los Angeles, CA – Shrine Expo Hall
4/7 – Phoenix, AZ – Comerica Theatre
4/8 – Las Vegas, NV – The Joint


Thrash metal legends Slayer have collaborated with Supreme, a New York City-based streetwear retailer, for an all new clothing line. The line will feature an M-65 jacket, a coach jacket, sweaters, waffle thermals, hooded sweatshirts, crewnecks, sweatpants, graphic T-shirts, and a 5-panel hat. You can peep the merch here.

Launching on November 10, the merch will be available online and in-store at Supreme's retailers in New York City, Los Angeles, London and Paris.

Supreme has previously partnered with artists such as Black Sabbath and Morrissey, however, the latter has since distanced himself from the brand.



Bullet For My Valentine have debuted their new song, "Don't Need You," along with an accompanying music video. Directed by Ville Juurikkala (Nightwish, Amorphis, HIM, etc.), the video depicts the band attending a wedding in a cathedral, but with dark undertones of infidelity.

"There's this beautiful ceremony, and it appears to be all about love and trust – but there's this undercurrent of mistrust and bullshit to go with it," explained frontman Matt Tuck. "It's not your typical wedding venue. We wanted it to look really grand and ornate, but underneath it all it's a bit dirty."

He added: "It's heavy, it's dark, it's super-epic, it's signature Bullet and I think when people hear it, they'll lose their shit. We love it, and I think it's a hint of where the band is going next."

"Don't Need You" is available digitally.

Stream the new single below and let us know what you think!

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photograph by Dustin Jack

Sixx: A.M. have debuted their new song, "Barbarians (Prayers For The Blessed)." The track is taken from the band's forthcoming release, 'Vol. 2, Prayers For The Blessed,' which is due on November 18 via Eleven Seven Music. The LP contains material that was written and recorded along with 'Vol. 1, Prayers For The Damned,' which was released earlier this year.

Stream "Barbarians (Prayers For The Blessed)" below and tell us what you think!