MAYNARD, PRIEST, KNOCKED LOOSE and more star on covers of Revolver's Spring 2024 Issue | Revolver

MAYNARD, PRIEST, KNOCKED LOOSE and more star on covers of Revolver's Spring 2024 Issue

Latest print edition also features Kerry King, Architects, HANABIE. and others
maynard james keenan birthday spring 2024 cover, sean murphy
photograph by sean murphy

Spring is in the air, and Revolver is celebrating life, renewal and rebirth with our latest print edition. Maynard James Keenan blossoming into his sixties. Slayer's Kerry King ready to rain blood again. Knocked Loose ruling mosh pits. Judas Priest still invincible 50-plus years in, and Architects on a mission to finally win over America.

Those artists star on the magazine's collectible covers, while a slew of other vital heavy-music-makers — from Harajuku-core upstarts HANABIE. to "Barbiecore" crew Brat — appear on the pages inside.

You can pre-order the issue now along with special limited-edition collector's bundles, featuring exclusive vinyl, signed prints and more, at our shop.

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photograph by Mei Okabe

5 Artists You Need to Know
Harajuku-core trailblazers HANABIE., pink-loving powerviolence upstarts Brat, "far-out hardcore" Swifties Spaced, model-turned-screamer Siiickbrain and proud hardcore freaks GEL


Maynard James Keenan
The TOOL, A Perfect Circle and Puscifer frontman looks back on 60 years of getting weird — in conversation with longtime friend and fellow alt-metal oddball Les Claypool


Kerry King
The thrash icon ignites his second act with an explosive debut solo album — but he's not ready to shut the door on Slayer just yet


Knocked Loose
The Kentucky crew are poised to become the biggest band in hardcore. Can they step up without softening their sound?


Judas Priest
Rob Halford answers our readers' most burning questions


Armed with their heaviest music in years, the U.K. metalcore heroes make their move to finally conquer America


Scott Stapp
Creed's frontman illuminates the highs and lows that made him the person he is today


Bruce Dickinson
Iron Maiden's singer talks greatest songs, creepiest gifts, scariest flights and more

Plus, this issue's "Parting Shot."