Biffy Clyro - Rehab, Rebirth and Mental Health - their most honest interview ever!
They're one of the biggest bands in Britain, but they're human, too. On the eve of the release of new, supersized album Opposites, K! Editor James McMahon was there to hear about their long, hard road out of Hell...
10 signed posters including: Foo Fighters, Metallica, The Blackout, Blink-182, Black Veil Brides, Don Broco, Mötley Crüe, Enter Shikari, Slash, and Stone Sour!
Features! What's that rumble in the distance? It's Asking Alexandria and Motionless In White, who are going to destroy the UK on the first great tour of 2013. Brace yourselves, people. Batten down the hatches, call the coastguard and see what Danny Worsnop and Chris Motionless have to say about the tour that will decimate us all!
Philip H. Anselmo is back with a brand new solo project. Find out the man of steel's thoughts on Dimebag, drugs and DIY...
There's two pages rammed full of the stories we've never dared tell -until now. Warning: contains a story about a thrash band and a missing tortoise.
Funeral For A Friend - how five Welshmen changed British rock... and themselves.
We quiz Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland on his other band, Black Light Burns. And why is climbing out of a seashell?
News! A Day To Remember are set to return with a new album. But why does vocalist Jeremy McKinnon have nagging worries?
Download - want more than 36 bands added to this year's bill? Alright, here's 37!
Vote for your new favourite band with a special cut-out-and-send-in form. You'll need scissors. And a pen. And the name of your new favourite band, too. We're so demanding this week.
Find out how you - yes, you - could join Architects. You'll need a guitar and fingers that defy the speed of science.
Mindless Self Indulgence's Jimmy Urine dishes out solutions to your dilemmas in Life Of Agony, while Behemoth's Nergal takes on the K! Quiz!
Say hello to this week's Introducing band, Minnesota's For All Those Sleeping. Don't worry, they're awake. Find out why on p10.
Lives: Jane's Addiction rock New York, Anti-Flag rock Sydney, and The Sword rock Manchester. It's been a rocking week, to be fair.
Albums by The Blackout, Mallory Knox, Thrawsunblat, and Voivod, all rated and reviewed!
Gigs - a sort of prequel to the Lives section - features a tour preview with The Joy Formidable, while Winterfylleth give us tips on how to write an epic black metal track.
That's this week's Kerrang! magazine in a digital nutshell - on sale Wednesday, January 16!