"Our band exists in chaos!"
Can Billie Joe and co. hold it together to save the world... one more time?
Posters: Black Veil Brides, Slipknot, The Blackout, Miss May I and Linkin Park!
Features: It's been ages since Green Day rocked our world. Now they're back with not one, not two, but three new albums!
Check out this new issue of Kerrang! for a celebration of the fourth, golden ages of the biggest, most ambitious punk rock band on the planet!
Plus: Then and Now!
We look back on how The Blackout, Avenged Sevenfold, Biffy Clyro, Blink-182, Evanescence and Lostprophets have grown up through the pages of Kerrang!...
Learning to fly: Canterbury spread their wings on new album Heavy In The Day!
The King Blues: what really happened with the Brit punks? Itch has his say...
Brit newcomers Don Broco get ready to kick your ass!
Conquering Mount-Rush-more - the 10 steps that made Rush rock's biggest, geekiest cult.
We give you the latest installment in the Kerrang! Encyclopedia Of Rock - a 13-part series looking at the most important moments, music and people in rock's history. This week: I-J.
We Introduce Swedish newcomers Tantrum To Blind...
... and Hellyeah's Vinnie Paul takes The Ultimate Rockstar Test!
News: We head out on tour with Iron Maiden as they storm the States!
Kerrang! saddles up with bassist Steve Harries to check out Iron Maiden's north American invasion!
Evanescence plot their epic UK return!
Slayer's Dave Lombardo takes The K! Quiz...
The Blackout and Lostprophets curate stages for this year's Merthyr Rock festival!
Wade MacNeil of Gallows dishes out advise to your dilemmas in Life Of Agony!
Alex from All Time Low tells us all about his Batman obsession.
We head into the studio with HildaMay as they work on their new album...
Metallica team up with Vans for some new Kill 'Em All trainers!
...and Josh from You Me At Six rates the new Katy Perry movie.
Lives: We join Faith No More as they rock Hammersmith Apollo!
Plus: Baroness in Manchester, Incubus at Brixton, Sacred Mother Tongue at the Intrepid Fox, we head to T In The Park with Enter Shikari, The Darkness and more, Sum 41 are in The Kasbah, Municipal Waste at Dingwalls and I Killed The Prom Queen at the Underworld.
Albums: We rate and review Slipknot's Antennas To Hell...
Plus: Mark Tremonti, Feed The Rhino, Where's Billy, Of Mice & Men, Bury Tomorrow and more.
Gigs: Young Guns, Your Demise and Futures prepare for Tramlines Festival and there's hundreds of gigs listed to add to your upcoming rock schedule!
Win! £100 of Drop Dead swag!
Win! Every Time I Die tickets and swag!
.. and 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, July 18.