Manson, Mr. Bungle, Puscifer and More Appear on Covers of New Revolver Issue | Revolver

Manson, Mr. Bungle, Puscifer and More Appear on Covers of New Revolver Issue

Fall 2020 print edition also features Killer Be Killed, Avatar and others
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The world hasn't ended just yet, but we're treating every issue like the apocalypse is nigh. For our latest, we've teamed with some serious heavy hitters: namely, Marilyn Manson, Mr. Bungle, Puscifer, Killer Be Killed and Avatar, who appear across the collectible covers of Revolver's new Fall 2020 print edition. You can pick up those variants of the magazine now via our store. Check back next week for exclusive bundles of each cover and other special products!

See a full list of the issue's contents below.

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Spiritbox, 2020
photograph by Kyle Joinson

Five Artists You Need to Know Now
Hardcore rabble-rousers Gulch, Canuck experimentalists Spiritbox, Arizona industrial demolition crew Realize, trad-metal true believers Spirit Adrift and alt-rock rising stars Narrow Head


Mr. Bungle
Comedian and heavy-music fan Eric Andre gets down with Mike Patton for the real story behind the avant-metal weirdos' first album in 20 years. Plus, Melvins singer-guitarist Buzz Osborne snapped the pics!


Marilyn Manson
Youth Code's Sara Taylor interviews shock rock's reigning lord of chaos


If the day of reckoning is indeed upon us, Maynard James Keenan, Carina Round and Mat Mitchell are ready with its soundtrack and, maybe even, a plan for survival


Waylaid from the road by the ongoing pandemic, Avatar's frontman Johannes Eckerström reflects on the value and technique of playing rock shows live onstage



Killer Be Killed
With their surprise second album, Max Cavalera, Greg Puciato,Troy Sanders and Ben Koller trade supergroup status for teenage enthusiasm


Linkin Park
The Devil Wears Prada's singer-guitarist Jeremy DePoyster pays tribute to a generation-defining album, Hybrid Theory, at 20



Riley Gale
Power Trip's late, great vocalist remembered by his father, Brandon Gale

Plus, an original commission by artist-tattooist Zac Scheinbaum inspired by Marilyn Manson's "massive career." "He has always been an icon not only musically, but style-wise, as well," Scheinbaum says. "As he evolves, each new generation of fans relates to a new version of who he is."