Revolver June/July 2016 Hatebreed
In the June/July issue of Revolver, we feature hardcore heroes Hatebreed. In this Reservoir Dogs-themed cover and feature, frontman Mr. Jamey Jasta and his gang confess about anxiety, death and the American dream.
Plus, get all the info you need to know about its latest record, The Concrete Confessional. “We just wanted to kind of keep that spirit of [1997’s] Satisfaction Is the Death of Desire,” Jasta explains. “We’ve done the big-budget records with the big-budget studios and producers and mixers. I think in order for us to stay hungry and not be satisfied, we have to get out of the comfort zone, do it a little more DIY, punk rock style, and trim the fat. We kept all the songs pretty short and to the point…"
Then, on Magma, French metal maestros Gojira deal with the cycle of life and death by keeping it all in the family.
Next, San Diego-based quartet Pierce the Veil experience numerous bumps in the road while creating its fourth full-length.
Also, Norwegian metal squad Kvelertak tangle with its mascot and switch things up for its third record.
And Whitechapel’s Phil Bozeman opens up and lets go of his devastating childhood.
Plus: Tough questions for DevilDriver, Ace Frehley, Lita Ford, Avatar, Texas Hippie Coalition, and more.
Architects UK tell us what it takes to live life on tour. Letlive’s Jason Butler gives us the scoop on the lyrical content on If I’m the Devil… And, check out the latest gear you should pick up!