Black Veil Brides - This time it's war!
Andy Biersack didn't think Set The World On Fire fit in with his plans for Black Veil Brides. So, to start afresh, they tore down what they created and made Wretched And Divine, a dystopian concept album. We look to the future and joined BVB's incredible rock revolution...
Plus: 10 awesome posters including A Day To Remember, 30 Seconds To Mars, Letlive., Avenged Sevenfold, Biffy Clyro, Crown The Empire, Asking Alexandria, Green Day, Iron Maiden, and Sleeping With Sirens.
Features: Former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted is back with his first solo record! He tells K! about the past 12 years, getting back to a normal life, rebuilding his arms and being a diplomat for Lars Ulrich...
Step right up and witness Corey Taylor take on The Ultimate Rockstar Test. Will he topple Lars Ulrich from the top of the league? It's like Manchester City and Manchester United. But metal and less running around.
The Blackout are set to release their new album, Start The Party. We trailed the Merthyr Tydfil six-piece around Manchester to assess their party-starting skills. But why are they pushing their own bus?
Is Modestep's out-of-this-world dubstep rock alchemy a step too far? Matt Allen puts on a spacesuit and stepped into their world.
Has Christmas left you skinter than skint? Bored? Fed up? Prepare to kick the January blues up the arse as Enter Shikari, Cancer Bats, Don Broco and Buckcherry show us how to blow the rest of your Christmas cash and rock on a shoestring!
News! Lamb Of God, Machine Head, Of Mice & Men and more pay tribute to the late Mitch Lucker at special benefit show.
What the hell is going on with Queens Of The Stone Age? We asked exactly that after Josh Homme sent a cryptic letter to the K! office last week.
Are The Headstart pop-punk's next big thing? We shoot some hoops with the band and find out.
Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong is out of rehab and on the mend. Plus: why has footage of his appearance in Judd Apatow's new film This Is 40 ended up on the cutting room floor?
Lives: LostAlone bring Christmas to Derby four days early, Cradle Of Filth spread unfestive cheer in London, while Kids In Glass Houses wrap up a quiet year with a bang in Cardiff.
Albums by Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals/Warbeast, Bad Religion, Kiss and the new single by My Chemical Romance, all rated and reviewed!
Gigs: Asking Alexandria and Dropkick Murphys look ahead to their forthcoming UK dates. But who saw someone do a poo in the middle of the moshpit?
That's this week's Kerrang! magazine in a digital nutshell - on sale Wednesday, January 9!