The new issue of Revolver magazine hits newsstands on April 17th and features an in-depth cover story on A Perfect Circle.
A Perfect Circle
It's been over 10 years since Maynard James Keenan and Billy Howerdel made an album together, but they both kept very busy during the interim. Fittingly then, their comeback record, Eat the Elephant, is a call to action — in a world that sometimes seems doomed.
The Apr/May 2018 issue also features:
The Chicago industrial-hardcore band and its powerlifting frontman James Pligge may come off as unstoppable forces onstage, but for the singer, music and physical fitness are ways of coping with chronic anxiety
Chef Liz Johnson
How a globe-trotting young metalhead chef became the toast of the culinary world by following the beat of her own drum
Riley Hawk and Mario Rubalcaba
V-Town OG Mario Rubalcaba ripped it up with pro skater Riley Hawk's dad, Tony, back in the day, but what really ties these two kindred spirits together is their love of heavy metal and psychedelic rock
Garage Days Re-Revisited
It was less than a year since Cliff Burton's death, and Metallica were still grappling with the tragedy. They pushed ahead — and broke in new bassist Jason Newsted — with a fun, loose, exploratory set of covers that would prove to be one of metal's greatest EPs.
Up Helly Aa
Inside the Shetland Islands tradition that is keeping the population's Viking heritage alive with a "fiery fuck-you" to winter
Iconic singer talks final solo tour, new album and surviving his "bad guy" past
Plus, an original acrylic on wood painting by Anthony Hurd, inspired by the "hard truths, tearing down of walls and changing perception" heard in A Perfect Circle's "The Doomed"