"We're rock 'n' roll romantics!"
Young Guns present The Valentine's Issue!
Plus: Asking Alexandria, Black Veil Brides, You Me At Six, Soulfly, Lostprophets and more team up to help you punch Cupid in the face!
Young Guns go to Thailand: All signs point to their new album, Bones, as being 'The One'. If it is, the madness that greeted them in Thailand last week will be an everyday thing. Tom Bryant saw them get unleashed in the east.
Plus: Seven hot as Hell posters! Clear some space on your wall for Bring Me The Horizon, Evanescence, HIM, We Are The In Crowd, Biffy Clyro, The Pretty Reckless, and Falling In Reverse!
Win the chance to hang out with Enter Shikari at a show on their UK tour!
Also in the issue: Slipknot set their sights on Hollywood with new film company.
Architects reveal the secrets to studio survival. And play a lot of FIFA 12.
Paramore Watch! The Tennessee trio have been awfully quiet of late. Find out what three things have been keeping the band busy...
We ask what the heck is going on with Black Sabbath. Question marks hang over rock's big reunion as drummer Bill Ward threatens to sit it out.
We quiz My Chemical Romance vocalist Gerard Way on the future of the band and what we can expect from the follow-up to Danger Days...
Say hello to your new favourite band, Tonight Alive. Find out why the Aussie pop-punks are about to go supersonic.
Say hello to Last Witness, this week's best new band. Plus, there's profiles on Hopes Die Last, Worship, and Run From Robots.
The K! Ultimate Poster Book is coming... but who do you want to see in it?
Black Veil Brides, My Chemical Romance and more honour Metallica at new exhibition.
Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth is the world's greatest rock star. Find out why on page 38!
Deaf Havana's James Veck-Gilodi dishes out advice in this week's Life Of Agony column.
We catch up with The Devil Wears Prada's Mike Hranica during their first ever UK headline tour.
Shinedown vocalist Brent Smith takes on the Ultimate Rockstar Test!
The K! Verdict: Check out our live reviews of You Me At Six, The Swellers, Twin Atlantic and We Are The Ocean in New York City, Feeder, Panic! At The Disco, Lower Than Atlantis, and Weezer (who are on a ship), with the latest albums from Orange Goblin, Bleeding Through, Romans, and Halestorm, all rated and reviewed.
That's this week's Valentine's-themed Kerrang! in a nutshell, on sale Wednesday, February 8.