Revolver April/May 2016 Zakk Wylde
In the April/May issue of Revolver, we feature Black Label Society frontman, axman and berserker Zakk Wylde and get the scoop on his first solo album in 20 years. Despite all his extra-curricular endeavors—including guitar accessories, coffee and hot sauce companies—he still finds time to give fans the long-awaited follow-up, Book of Shadows II.
“I always tell people, make the music, the band and everything your job. So when you wake up in the morning, you look forward to going to work,” said Wylde. "And this way, you have no one to blame. There’s no, ‘Oh, we got ripped off!’ No! It shouldn’t happen that way, man. You should be on top of everything!”
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Also, it’s business as usual for the Swedish death metal masters in Amon Amarth. We sit down and have burgers with frontman Johan Hegg and chat about its tenth studio album, Jomsviking.
Next, Deftones frontman Chino Moreno and his bandmates find the beauty and balance in nature while creating their latest, Gore.
And the hard-rockers in Halestorm show us what it takes to live life on the road.
Plus: Tough questions for Otep, The Word Alive, Sixx: A.M., and many more!