Bullet For My Valentine's Matt Tuck and Cancer Bats' Liam Cormier have a new band - but you'll never guess what they're called...
Shouldn't Matt be working on a new Bullet album? So what's he doing making a record with Liam, then? Get the lowdown on their brand new band in this week's issue!
Posters: Five awesome shots featuring Falling In Reverse's Ronnie Radke, My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way and The Used's Bert McCracken, Black Veil Brides, Asking Alexandria's Ben Bruce, and Hawk Eyes!
Features: Paramore vocalist Hayley Williams has the golden touch - she's one of the most important tastemakers in rock music today. Meet just some of the bands who've benefited from what we're calling The Williams Effect!
Emilie Autumn is rock's most flamboyant woman. But, as Tom Bryant discovered, the brightest lights often cast the darkest shadows. Hot on the heels of her recent UK tour, we asked: what's next.
Justin Sane is the punk firebrand who's dedicated his life to fighting the power. His band Anti-Flag have inspired thousands to make a change. So why does he look glum? Because the battle isn't over yet...
There's a recession on, right? That doesn't bother these guys, who between them have enough money to run a country. But who's the most minted of them all? Find out in The Rock Rich List!
Primordial's AA Nemtheanga is one of the most opinionated men in the rock scene. Ahead of the Irish quintet's forthcoming UK shows, he gives us his five-point plan to metal even better!
Blink-182's Mark Hoppus takes The Ultimate Rockstar Test!
Plus: We're proud to announce The Kerrang! Awards 2012 Fuelled By Relentless Energy Drink nominee shortlist! Vote now and you could be in with a chance of winning tickets to the party of the year!
News: Architects give us the lowdown on their forthcoming release!
30 Seconds To Mars to record new album.
Plus: Kurt and Courtney duet surfaces, Gallows begin work on follow-up to Grey Britain, and Fearless Vampire Killers reveal homophobic online attacks.
Lives: There's a gigantic Hit The Deck review from Nottingham, featuring: Young Guns, Kids In Glass Houses, We Are The In Crowd, Deaf Havana, Cancer Bats, Yashin, While She Sleeps, Don Broco and more!
Plus: There's the K! verdict on Motion City Soundtrack's two-night, four-album extravanganza!
Albums: The latest releases from Fearless Vampire Killers, Off!, Storm Corrosion, DZ Deathrays, and Watain.
Gigs: Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba talks about sore feet and sightseeing, while We The Kings' Travis Clark reveals what keeps the band chirpy on the road.
Plus: There's also hundreds of shows to add to your weekly rock schedule!
Win! Tickets to see Slayer at All Tomorrow's Parties in London later this month.
Plus: Complete this week's K! Krossword for a chance to get your hands on a K! Swag bag.
That's this week's Kerrang! in a nutshell, on sale Wednesday, May 2.