New Music Overload! - 66 bands you need to hear now. Chosen by Paramore, Biffy, All Time Low... and YOU!
Plus: 30 years on from the release of Metallica's debut album Kill 'Em All, we look at the birth of thrash and how they changed the face of metal forever.
10 hot as hell posters featuring: Biffy Clyro, Stone Sour, Fall Out Boy, Mixtapes, Avenged Sevenfold, New Found Glory, Young Guns, Blink-182, All Time Low and Set Your Goals.
If you plugged this week's issue into a wall - don't ask us how, we're not speccy engineers - it would shudder and creak and steam would shoot out of the sides. Why? Because this week's Kerrang! is fit to burst with 66 of the hottest new bands set to kick 2013 right in the arse. We picked them, you picked them, and hell, even your favourite stars picked them!
Featuring brand new interviews with: Of Mice & Men, Don Broco, Pierce The Veil, Crossfaith, Tonight Alive, The Summer Set, Marmozets and Sleeping With Sirens!
Your favourite band's new band: Paramore, Kiss, Biffy Clyro, A Day To Remember, Young Guns, The Blackout and more tell us who's been rocking their stereos.
Anarchy in the UK! Don't worry, we're not dedicating a feature on how to push a bin over and set it on fire. We've drawn a massive map of the UK and homed in on the cream of the 10 hottest new bands setting the UK alight. Well, a bit like a bin in a riot.
And how will Parkway Drive frontman Winston McCall do in The Ultimate Rockstar Test?
News! The HMV Crisis - what does it mean for rock?
Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oli Sykes gives us the lowdown on his forthcoming comic, Raised By Raptors.
The Word Alive's Telle Smith talks tatts in Damage, Ink and The Gaslight Anthem take on The K! Quiz.
Disturbed's David Draiman reveals his new supergroup, Device. Meet the star-studded band on page 10.
Papa Roach's Jacoby Shaddix solves your problems in Life Of Agony.
Lives: Weezer rock Australia the right way up, Mallory Knox make jaws drop in London, while Dropkick Murphys bring their raucous party to Manchester.
Albums by Biffy Clyro, Hatebreed, The Bronx, and The Joy Formidable, all rated and reviewed!
Gigs: Wes Borland tells us what to expect from his Black Light Burns tour, while We The Kings tell us how they keep their sunny state of mind all the year round.
That's this week's Kerrang! magazine in a digital nutshell - on sale Wednesday, January 23!