High on Fire cancels tour due to medical emergency

High on Fire will not participate in the 2019 “Electric Messiah Tour” sponsored by Revolver magazine. Fans can refund their tickets through the point of purchase. Frontman Matt Pike released a statement: “Dear Friends and fans, To my brothers, my crew, and anyone else this affects. I do apologize for the inconvenience of this cancelation. I feel... Continue Reading →

ALBUM ANNIVERSARY: Pantera’s ‘Cowboys From Hell’ is released 28 years ago

In the wake of the shocking death of drummer, Vinnie Paul, it's bittersweet hearing that Pantera's "Cowboys From Hell" turns 28 years old today. The album was released under the radar on July 24, 1990 and started a heavy metal legacy that still ignites fans worldwide. I was 13 years old at the time of... Continue Reading →

ALBUM ANNIVERSARY: Deftones’ ‘White Pony’ is 18 years old and all grown up

This was THE album for rock and metal fans for the summer of 2000. I had just moved into my very own apartment for the first time and "White Pony" became the soundtrack of this time in my life. From the mega-hit "Change (In the House of Flies)" to "Digital Bath" and the rap rocker... Continue Reading →

Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals’ new album streaming in full

"Choosing Mental Illness as a Virtue," the new album from Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, will be released Friday, Jan. 26. Revolver is offering an advance taste of the record alongside a live video of "Finger Me." Hear "Choosing Mental Illness as a Virtue" now courtesy of Revolver at THIS LOCATION. The album will be released on CD,... Continue Reading →

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