The new issue of Revolver magazine hits newsstands on February 20th and features an in-depth cover story on NWOBHM pioneers Judas Priest.
As the Birmingham legends approach 50 years as a band, Rob Halford reflects on his formidable legacy, the loss of his metal peers and the importance of sending a message of hope to younger generations with Priest's raging new album Firepower
The Feb/Mar 2018 issue also features:
Meet the Maryland crew that's creating the new look and sound of hardcore through fierce friendship, fearless creativity and left-field collaborations with Diplo and more
How this second-gen silversmith and motorcycle-riding badass is carrying on the legacy of her family's business — rock & roll jewelers The Great frog
As a kid he heard math in Slayer. Now, as a navigator at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Paul F. Thompson guides spacecraft to Mars.
These corpse-painted creatures of the night may exult in Northern darkness onstage and on record, but offstage they love to cook, meditate and celebrate the holidays with family. The challenge is finding a balance with the imbalance.
Pantera in Russia
In 1991, a brash young band from Texas took a break from recording what would prove to be its masterpiece, Vulgar Display of Power, to play in front of 500,000 fans at Moscow's Monsters of Rock festival — a cross-cultural trip and iconic performance that still reverberates today
Shredder/berserker talks new Black Label Society LP, reuniting with Ozzy and watching California burn
Plus, an original acrylic painting by Jef Whitehead (Leviathan), inspired by the classic albums and iconography of Judas Priest