You Me At Six Vs Bring Me The Horizon
Josh and Oli bro-down in New York!
Posters: Love the Black Veil Brides? Here's five awesome posters to put on your wall. Or door. It's up to you.
Win!: We've got a heap of cool clothes from Disturbia to give away to six lucky readers.
Also in the issue: Buffalo bruisers Every Time I Die invite K! into the studio as they record their sixth studio album.
The Prodigy's Keith Flint puts down the petrol and matches long enough to talk to Kerrang! about their headline appearance at Download 2012.
Gallows prepare to unleash a new EP next month. It's less than eight minutes long. That's like half an Opeth song.
This week's hottest new bands include Against The Flood, Crossbreaker, Hymns and Circles. Plus there's a round-up of Katie P's week in rock.
Members of Lostprophets, My Passion, Lamb Of God, Rolo Tomassi, Muse and The Blackout grow some hair on their top lips to raise money for charity. Some look awesome. Some look rubbish.
Do you like answering questions and putting the answer into a grid? Well, you're in luck! It's the return of the Kerrang! Krossword. This week, Avenged Sevenfold fans are at a massive advantage.
Frank Turner is playing Wembley soon. We asked him about that and how brilliant his year has been.
Four Year Strong fired their keyboard player and made a move away from pop-punk. We ask if the band are making the gamble of their lives?
Dave Grohl loves Kverlertak (pronounced kwell-eh-tak). Ian Winwood caught up with the Norwegian punk metallers as they prepare to pillage the UK.
When Black Sabbath revealed they had got back together, the office started mentally compiling their ultimate Ozzy-era Sabbath mix-tape and favourite albums. We then got Nick Ruskell to put those thoughts into a two-page Ultimate Guide To Black Sabbath. Slayer guitarist Kerry King chips in, too.
What has a life in rock n' roll taught Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy? We asked him. He replied. We recorded it and typed it out. Our art desk made it look nice. Et voila. An Alter Bridge feature!
Evanescence vocalist Amy Lee invited K! to glimpse behind the curtain of their well-oiled touring machine. We also find out what she keeps in her 'special drawer'.
Reading shredders Sylosis take on the K! quiz. They got a question about one of their own lyrics wrong. See how they get on with the other 14 questions...
Twin Atlantic frontman Sam McTrusty looks ahead to their UK headline tour and tells us about his burgeoning sweets addiction. And something called the Red Headed Slut.
The K! Verdict: There's live reviews of A Day To Remember, Within Temptation, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Will Haven and Dimmu Borgir, plus new albums by Asking Alexandria, Rammstein, The Dangerous Summer, Living With Lions and Brigade.
Fearless Vampire Killers review the continuing lip-chewing vampire wolf-boy saga Twilight: Breaking Dawn.
So, that's this week's Kerrang! in a massive digital nutshell. Out Wednesday, November 23.