TOOL, ††† (Crosses), 100 gecs and more star on covers of Revolver's Winter 2023 Issue | Revolver

TOOL, ††† (Crosses), 100 gecs and more star on covers of Revolver's Winter 2023 Issue

Latest print edition also features In This Moment, HEALTH and Slaughter to Prevail
tool 2023 cover photo Kristin Burns, Kristin Burns
TOOL, 2023
photograph by Kristin Burns

Winter is coming — and with it, great tours, great music and great artists. Revolver's new Winter Issue celebrates just a handful of the trailblazing musicians ready to set the coldest, deadest season of the year on fucking fire.

Cover stars TOOL headline the issue, taking us behind the scenes of their massive, ongoing North American tour. Meanwhile, the diverse lineup of ††† (Crosses), 100 gecs, In This Moment, HEALTH and Slaughter to Prevail appears across the rest of the magazine's collectible covers, and a slew of other vital artists — from Chelsea Wolfe to Speed — appear on the pages inside.

You can pre-order the issue now along with special limited-edition collector's bundles, featuring exclusive vinyl, screen prints, tees and more, at our shop.

speed 2023 live, James Hartley
photograph by James Hartley

Five Artists You Need to Know
Hardcore supergroup Better Lovers, "America's most hated boy band" Omerta, Australian buzz band Speed, death-metal brutalists Fuming Mouth and the mysterious metal nuns of Dogma

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Tool, 2023
photograph by Jacquelin Goldberg

For three decades, they've been alt-metal's ultimate outsiders. But at Power Trip, they officially joined the metal pantheon — and proved they belong.


††† (Crosses) x 100 gecs
The two electronic-rock duos meet for the first time for an illuminating discussion about creative independence, transcending trends and keeping people guessing


Slaughter to Prevail
The Russian deathcore firebrands want to be metal's next titans. But is Alex Terrible ready for the spotlight?


In This Moment
Maria Brink answers Revolver readers' burning questions


Chelsea Wolfe
The gothic singer-songwriter shares the personal stories behind the things she loves


In the wake of the pandemic, the L.A. industrial trio found themselves in a "purgatory of meaninglessness and death." The only way out was through.


James "Munky" Shaffer
Korn's guitarist discusses his new electronic project Venera, the wild Follow the Leader era and more

Plus, an original commissioned illustration by visual artist and tattooist Jondix, inspired by TOOL's Fear Inoculum