Revolver - Oct/Nov - 2014 - Slipknot
Revolver - October/November 2014 - Slipknot
In the October/November 2014 issue of Revolver, Slipknot is tatted and torn, but not broken. In the six years since Slipknot released their last album, the band – which has always been driven by suffering – has endured worse trauma than ever before. No wonder the new ‘Knot record sounds so (sic).
In this issue's Going Postal, Sebastian Bach, the legendary singer loses his mind answering your letters. Also, we feature Cristina Scabbia’s life story. The Lacuna Coil’s frontwoman recounts the experiences that made her who she is today.
Later, having toured together already this spring, metal leviathans Mastodon, Gojira, and Kvelertak take their unholy alliance once more ‘round the sun for a fall of blood and thunder.
Then, we focus on Upon a Burning Body, how a bunch of dirt-poor Hispanic kids became one of the baddest bands since pantera. And Godflesh, who are back with their first new album in 13 years and they sound as aggressive and ugly as ever.
Finally motionless in White main man, Chris Motionless, has faced bullying and stereotyping all the way from the High-School lunch room to stages worldwide. Here's how he aims to get the last laugh.
PLUS: The Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock Diamante has more bite than bark, The Brutal Truth: Tough questions for Slash, In Flames, and Ill Nino, Reviews of Sixx:A.M., Cannibal Corpse, Electric Wizard, Flyleaf, The Melvin, the Final Word Unearth’s Trevor Phipps shares a tale from the pit, and much more!