Motionless In White: Meet your new favourite band!
They're the best new band in the world. Because they're clever, they're exciting, and they're changing heavy music for the better. They are... Antichrist Superstars!
Posters: Seven icons of rock, featuring Gerard Way, Corey Taylor, Ozzy Osbourne, Kurt Cobain, Billie Joe Armstrong, Dave Grohl, and Bruce Dickinson!
Features: Ten years after Lostprophets became superstars, their detractors are still waiting for them to fall. They're in a wait, though. The Welsh veterans' fifth studio album Weapons is primed to explode. It's best you stand back!
Your Demise don't want to get painted as a single-minded hardcore band. K! had a brush with frontman Ed McRae and found they're headed somewhere much more colourful...
Touché Amoré are the most exciting band in post-hardcore you'll hear this year. K! spent 48 hours in Finland getting under the band's skin.
Ohio mob Attack Attack!'s name was dirt after unwittingly inventing crabcore. Now, with a great new album, the band are proving all their critics wrong.
News: Linkin Park's Chester Bennington lifts the lid on the band's forthcoming studio album.
World in shock after reports of up to 60 Iraqi rock fans killed because of their supposed links to 'terrorism' and 'satanism'.
12 more bands for Download!
We catch up with Make Do And Mend in Seattle as they work on their forthcoming album.
Paramore's Hayley Williams speaks to Kerrang! about the band's forthcoming Reading and Leeds festivals appearance.
Halestorm's Lzzy Hale answers your questions in Life Of Agony.
Sharks' James Mattock takes on the K! quiz. There's a question about sharks. He gets it wrong.
There's an all-new K! Krossword to melt your brains.
K!onfidential!: Forever Never's Renny Carroll stars on ITV's Take Me Out. Plus, find out why Lamb Of God's Randy Blythe would be the ideal camping companion.
Lives: Black Stone Cherry rock Nottingham, plus Killing Joke, Kill Hannah, Earth, and DZ Deathrays gigs are rated and reviewed.
Albums: The latest releases by The Used, Alter Bridge, Anti-Flag, The Mars Volta, Shinedown, The All-American Rejects, Hawk Eyes, and Black Breath all rated and reviewed.
Gigs: Black Veil Brides are back - and Andy Biersack has a fully-functioning face!
Plus: Everything you need to know about your week of rock!
Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oli Sykes takes The Ultimate Rock Star Test. Find out how well he does on page 63.
Win! Tickets to Hit The Deck and dinner with Cancer Bats!
That's this week's Kerrang! in a nutshell, on sale Wednesday, March 21.