Here at Revolver, we're all about celebrating heavy metal not just as a badass style of music but also a hard-fighting, live-loud, never-surrender attitude. The four cover artists of our new Fall Issue — Ozzy Osbourne, Dave Mustaine, Lamb of God and Lorna Shore — embody that spirit like few others, consistently battling against the odds, coming back from major setbacks and, in some cases, defying death itself.
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Five Artists You Need to Know
U.K. doom punks Witch Fever, anti-racist powerviolence crew Zulu, Knocked Loose side project Inclination, Arizona post-metal outfit Holy Fawn and hardcore whirlwind Mindforce
The Prince of Darkness reflects on five decades of hell-raising, reuniting with Tony Iommi and why he's saying "fuck that" to retirement
Dave Mustaine pulls no punches — with his vicious thrash metal or his brutal honesty. We put the latter to the test with our readers' most burning questions. He did not disappoint.
The New Jersey crew have weathered crises that would've crushed a weaker band. Here's how they beat the odds to become the new faces of deathcore.
Lamb of God
Revolver ranked the Virginia metal stalwarts' albums from worst to best, and Mark Morton was not pleased. Here, the guitarist does it his way.
The Devil Wears Prada
Frontman Mike Hranica sounds off on his life's passions: from the "fun masochism" of hockey to his beloved road dog Milly
Leader Lzzy Hale recounts her unlikely rise from shy small-town farm girl to global rock & roll star
Djent Car Club
A look at the fast-paced lives — and high-performance rides — of Animals as Leaders' Tosin Abasi and Periphery's Misha Mansoor
Eclectic vocalist Mike Pattonn on the tragedies and triumphs surrounding Dead Cross' new album and why his career is "a fucked-up mixtape"
Plus, original artwork by Luke Preece inspired by Ozzy Osbourne and "the legend that is the Prince of Darkness."