Primus, Danzig and More Appear on Covers of New Issue | Revolver

Primus, Danzig and More Appear on Covers of New Issue

Summer 2022 print edition also features Greg Puciato, Meshuggah, Scowl and others
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photography by Jason Goodrich (Claypool) and Eddie Malluk (Danzig)

It's time for another dirty, black summer, and Revolver has just the issue for the season. Our new print edition features five diverse creative forces across its collectible covers: funk-metal weirdos Primus, blackened death satanists Behemoth, genre-bending solo artist Greg Puciato, NorCal hardcore upstarts Scowl and, of course, the one and only Glenn Danzig, looking back at 30 years of his masterful Danzig III: How the Gods Kill. There's plenty more for good beach-reading, too — from five rising bands you need to know, to a deep dive through Meshuggah's discography.

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

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Soul Glo
photograph by Angela Owens

Five Artists You Need to Know
Philly hardcore mavericks Soul Glo, occult black-metal punks Devil Master, mathcore maniacs the Callous Daoboys, and the sons of Metallica: Bastardane and OTTTO


How Les Claypool's madcap trio of "lazy bastards" became world-renown, multi-platinum-selling cult heroes who won't stop until the fun stops


On the 30th anniversary of Danzig III: How the Gods Kill, Glenn Danzig takes us back to the dirty black summer that birthed his dark-horse hit


Greg Puciato
The former Dillinger Escape Plan wild man opens up to A Perfect Circle's Billy Howerdel about the fear and freedom in going solo


Drummer-lyricist Tomas Haake tells the album-by-album story of the Swedish djent godfathers' creative evolution


Zola Jesus
Nika Roza Danilova's world collapsed in a cataclysmic moment. So, she embarked on a quest to find the "divine nature of music" and rebuild herself one song at a time.


Blöthar the Berserker reflects on raunchy origins, replacing Oderus and hating his stepfather Dwayne


The NorCal Hardcore Revolution
Scowl, Gulch, Drain and the "Real Bay Shit"


Adam Nergal Darski on his latest extreme-metal call to arms, throwing fists for personal freedoms, and why he wants the world to "fuck my brain"

Plus, original artwork by Paul Romano inspired by inspired by "the music of Danzig III: How the Gods Kill and H.R. Giger's cover art."