2017 Breakthrough Band Code Orange Appears on Cover of New Oct/Nov Issue | Revolver

2017 Breakthrough Band Code Orange Appears on Cover of New Oct/Nov Issue

Plus, stories on Deftones, 3 Floyds Brewing Co., Bruce Dickinson, Tamara Santibañez and more

The new issue of Revolver magazine hits newsstands on November 7th and features an in-depth cover story on acclaimed Pittsburgh hardcore/metal band Code Orange. Run the Jewels' Killer Mike "leaked" the cover on Instagram last week.

Grab a Copy Now

Subscribe or Renew Your Subscription

The Oct/Nov 2017 issue features:


Code Orange
The obsessive drive and uncompromising vision of heavy music's most heralded young band

streetsects2017MattRainwaters.jpg, Matt Rainwaters
Street Sects, The North Door, Austin, Texas, 2017
photograph by Matt Rainwaters

Five Artists You Need to Know Now
Industrial duo Street Sects, psychedelic doomsayers King Woman, rapturous death rockers Grave Pleasures, positive hardcore group Higher Power and progressive death metallers Entheos


20 years after the release of the alt-metal trailblazers' breakthrough album, Around the Fur, Chino Moreno looks back at his "favorite record" and a magical time when the band was young, confident and "couldn't be fucked with"


Tamara Santibañez
Renowned NYC tattooist and multimedia artist draws from punk, metal and counterculture to disrupt the status quo


3 Floyds Brewing Co.
How a small-town Indiana brewery became the mecca for heavy-metal craft beers


Royal Thunder
A day in Decatur — Mlny Parsonz swaps her bass for a Harley and leads us on a tour of her favorite Georgia back roads


Bruce Dickinson
Iron Maiden singer reflects on a life of metal, mischief and fighting like hell with his "band of brothers"

Plus, original multimedia art by Stephen Kasner (Sunn O))), Integrity), inspired by Code Orange's "Bleeding in the Blur"