Earlier this summer, rising U.K. death-metal group Venom Prison toured the United States for the first time ever, on the 2018 installment of the Devastation of a Nation tour with Aborted, Psycroptic, Ingested and more. The trek took the band from New York City to Ohio, where they crashed at the home of Homewrecker's Matt Barnum, to small town, Illinois, to Arizona's national parks and deserts where "there's no civilization in sight ... [and] you feel free from the human haze," according to singer Larissa Stupar. She's chronicled the experience in a beautiful original zine, titled Syllogism: A Photographic Journey Across the USA With Venom Prison, created exclusively for Revolver. Check it out below — and make sure to click the images to see the full-size layouts.
Swords, Copters and a Cat Named Pancakes: Inside Venom Prison's First U.S. Tour
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