One of the coolest things about working at Revolver is getting to cover so many of our favorite musical artists. What's even cooler is getting to actually work with some of them as creative collaborators.
For this issue, it was TOOL's Adam Jones, who photographed his buddies in the Melvins for our cover story commemorating their imminent 40th anniversary early next year. He did an awesome job, and it made for a very special issue.
Also helping to make this a very special print edition: Poppy, Disturbed, Avatar and In Flames, who appear on the Winter 2022 issue's other collectible covers.
You can pre-order the magazine now along with special limited-edition collector's bundles, featuring exclusive vinyl, art prints and more, at our shop.
Five Artists You Need to Know
Twerk-inducing grind unit Escuela Grind, Deftones-endorsed shoegazers Cold Gawd, My Chem/Coheed/Thursday supergroup L.S. Dunes, nu-metal revivalists Tallah and Power Trip offshoot Fugitive
For 40 years, King Buzzo and his wild band have been "a genre unto themselves." This is how they forever altered the course of heavy music.
The post-genre phenomenon has made a career out of shedding her skin. Her latest transformation has been her most painful — and powerful — experience yet.
David Draiman illuminates the pitfalls and peaks of his divisive, dynamic career
Avatar x In Flames
Two Gothenburg metal icons, Johannes Eckerström and Anders Fridén, sit down for a fascinating conversation about shared heroes, divergent paths and their desire to "create waves" for future generations
Super-shredder Tim Henson shares the personal stories behind his prized possessions
Neil Fallon picks five non-metal albums for metalheads
A revealing look inside the alt-metal aliens' triumphant comeback tour
John Tardy on Florida death metal's OG days, cancel culture and the most satanic thing he's ever seen
Plus, original artwork by Mackie Osborne inspired by the 40th anniversary of the Melvins