Rob Zombie, Ghostemane and Poppy Appear on Covers of New Revolver Issue | Revolver

Rob Zombie, Ghostemane and Poppy Appear on Covers of New Revolver Issue

Winter 2020 print edition also features Iron Maiden, Adam Jones and Tom Morello, and more

It's been a dark, scary, WTF year — we lost Eddie Van Halen, for fuck's sake — but there have been glimmers of hope amid the Great Dismal, to borrow a phrase from the band Nothing. With that in mind, we've teamed with three trailblazing heavy hitters, namely, Rob Zombie, Ghostemane and Poppy, who appear across the collectible covers of Revolver's new Winter 2020 issue. They're interviewed inside by a trio of famous friends and fans, comedian Brian Posehn, actor and Tenacious D singer-guitarist Jack Black and Vowws vocalist Rizz, respectively. You can pick up those variants of the magazine now via our store.

Check back next week for exclusive bundles of each cover and other special products!

See a full list of the issue's contents below.

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Nova Twins
photograph by Katja Ogrin/Redferns

Five Artists You Need to Know Now
U.K. firestarters Nova Twins, P.A. nu-core outfit Tallah, ex-Kvelertak frontman Erlend Hjelvik's "Viking heavy-metal" solo project, Knocked Loose-endorsed metalcore activists Dying Wish and Michigan death-metal crew Plague Years


Rob Zombie
Quarantined in New England, the "monster metal" icon tells comedian Brian Posehn why horror is no laughing matter


She's the first female solo artist to be nominated for a Best Metal Performance Grammy. It's not the first boundary she's broken down. It won't be the last.


Fresh off the release of ANTI-ICON, his most ambitious statement yet, trap metal's prince of darkness goes head-to-head with the unlikeliest of fans: Jack Black


Runnin' With the Devil
Adam Jones and Tom Morello bonded as teens over their mutual worship of Eddie Van Halen. The late, great guitar hero's revolutionary spirit still drives them.


Domenic Palermo is no stranger to trauma. But can he survive life in the Great Dismal?


Iron Maiden
For the 40th anniversary of Killers, a look back at the NWOBHM superstars' gritty early days


Buzz Osborne
Melvins' King Buzzo talks un-P.C. humor, hometown hopelessness and rock & roll hellraisers

Plus, a mixed media painting by visual artist, musician and BBC Radio 1 DJ Daniel P. Carter inspired by "the esoteric/occult references in Ghostemane's work"