Revolver April/May 2017 The Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock
The April/May issue of Revolver is the 25 Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock featuring New Years Day/The Haxans’ Ash Costello, Stitched Up Heart’s Mixi Demner and Once Human’s Lauren Hart.
"It's a long way to the top if you wanna rock and roll,” goes the AC/DC song of the same name, and truer words have quite possibly never been spoken—if you want to make it in music today, you’d better be strong of mind as well as heart. And have no doubt: the 25 women we’ve presented here are some of the toughest you’ll meet in modern hard rock and heavy metal. To find out how these wonder women got to where they are, Revolver uncovers what makes them tick—from the idols who inspired them, to the causes they stand up for, to some of the trials and tribulations they’ve faced in the music industry. With any luck, the wisdom they offer up may result in some of that strength rubbing off on you, dear reader. That is, if you can handle it.
And, we catch up with All That Remains frontman Phil Labonte to find out what the method to the madness was for the metal group's latest LP.
Then, for their fourth full-length, Motionless in White enlists the help of their fans and heroes.
Plus: An exclusive in-studio look at the new The Contortionist record. We have tough questions for Mastodon, Demon Hunter, Falling in Reverse, Body Count, Me and That Man, and Miss May I! And we review the new ones from Life of Agony, DragonForce, Royal Thunder, He Is Legend, While She Sleeps, and many more.