Dillinger Escape Plan Interviewed by Lars Ulrich for New Dec/Jan Issue Cover Story | Revolver

Dillinger Escape Plan Interviewed by Lars Ulrich for New Dec/Jan Issue Cover Story

Plus, stories on Judas Priest, David González, Metal Yoga Bones, Max Cavalera and more
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photograph by Stephen Odom

The new issue of Revolver magazine hits newsstands on December 26th and features an "exit interview" with Dillinger Escape Plan, who will play their final shows in late December 2017. "Let's walk off into the sunset like a badass gangster that comes into town, fucks shit up, gets the girl and then says, 'I gotta go,'" said Dillinger Escape Plan's Ben Weinman in the interview that was conducted by Metallica's Lars Ulrich for his weekly show It's Electric! on Beats 1, Apple Music's global radio station. Tune in to that episode on Sunday, December 17th at 3 PM PST/6 PM EST.

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The Dec/Jan 2018 issue features:


Dillinger Escape Plan
Metallica's Lars Ulrich interviews one of rock's last truly dangerous bands as they bow out at the top of their game — before their explosive live show could kill them

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Old Wounds, Asbury Park, New Jersey, 2017
photograph by Justin Borucki

Five Artists You Need to Know Now
Black-metal anarchists Dawn Ray'd, gothy hardcore outfit Old Wounds, plus Succumb, Knocked Loose and Toothgrinder


Attendees have fainted during their shows. Others have cried in band members' arms afterwards. For the Belgian post-metal ritualists, pushing fans — and themselves — beyond what they thought they could handle is one step on the path to transcendence.


David González
How a Colombian prodigy escaped the violent, poverty-stricken barrios of Medellín to live out his skateboard and thrash-metal dreams


Metal Yoga Bones
How headbanging yogi Saskia Thode is unifying mind, body and spirit through heavy metal


Judas Priest
Leather, whips and motorcycles: a look back at the NWOBHM icons as they defined the classic heavy-metal aesthetic


Max Cavalera
Brazilian metal trailblazer revisits his Sepultura and Nailbomb roots on the way to a new Cavalera Conspiracy album

Plus, an original pen-and-ink illustration by Bonethrower, inspired by "the brutal, organic and mechanical aesthetic" of Dillinger Escape Plan's Ire Works

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