Bring Me The Horizon - Can Britain's best band take over America?
The US Warped Tour is currently feeling the might of Bring Me The Horizon. It's been three months since Sempiternal was released and things have gone insane for the band, both at home and abroad. Kerrang! joins them on tour in America as Oli Sykes bares his soul...
Posters: This week we've got SIX posters in a Download 2013 poster special! Featuring Rammstein, Motionless In White, Slipknot, Young Guns, Papa Roach and Parkway Drive (as well as K!'s own Rock Fox!)
Feedback: You send us your letters, drawings, photos with rockstars, tattoos and pictures of your heavy metal grannies! Escape The Fate's Craig Mabbit goes head to head with reader Mikey over whether gigs are becoming too violent and you get the chance to win a kurry (yes, we mean 'curry') with Killswitch Engage. Mmm... kurry. Mmm... Killswitch
News: You Me At Six's Josh Franceschi spills his guts on the band's new album, takes us inside their upcoming tour with 30 Seconds To Mars and reveals the band's blueprints for 2013
Plus: While She Sleeps frontman Loz Taylor talks tattoos, Ben Bruce of Asking Alexandria separates the facts from the fiction about their new album and Don Broco take on the Insanity workout - you'll feel shattered just reading it! We've also got this week's Kerrang! Rock Chart (who's number one?!), Hellyeah's Vinnie Paul answers your life gripes and Joey Joridison talks Slipknot's plans and new side project Scar The Martyr. Oh yeah, and you can win the chance to be an intern at Kerrang! Radio.
Frank Carter and Jim Carroll of Pure Love talk heckling at the Relentless Kerrang! Awards 2013 and writing their second album. I Killed The Prom Queen's Jona Weinhofen takes on the Kerrang! Quiz, we introduce you to masked crusaders The Body Rampant and My Chemical Romance take on The Aquabats as Gerard Way gets behind the camera and his brother Mikey gets in front of it!
Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst tells us the songs that saved his life, Kerrang! investigates paid meet and greets with the likes of Bullet For My Valentine, Ozzy Osbourne and Black Veil Brides, whilst 30 Seconds To Mars' Jared Leto, Enter Shikari man Rou Reynolds and YOU all have a say on the matter.
What else? UK punks The Computers take us inside the making of their latest album, while Bury Tomorrow dish the dirt on being saved and blowing up.
Reviews: The Gastlight Anthem take on Wembley, the most dangerous live band on the underground circuit, Baby Godzilla, smash Camden to bits, Funeral For A Friend decimate Doncaster and Yashin, Danzig and The Wildhearts all batter the living daylights out of their respective venues too! Ow.
Lives: This week we review the latest and (possibly) greatest from the likes of Letlive., Hawk Eyes, High On Fire, Huntress and LOADS more, and All Time Low's Alex Gaskarth tells us about all his favourite things (see: a fleet of dirt bikes!)
Gigs: All of the best gigs this week, listed in one place for you to plan your life around. That's essentially the gist of it! Plus: Anti-Flag's Justin Sane talks staying out of hospital, Dinosaur Pile-Up discuss survival skills in the wilderness, Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump tell us about the first gig that they ever went to see and Venom's Cronos takes on the rockstar test!
All of that and more (yes, more!) is krushed into this week's Kerrang!, on sale July 3.