K!1709: Fight The Power!
…and rage it does, as we take a look back at the bands who’ve been fighting the system over the past few decades. Plus, we compile a list of the greatest political rock songs ever written.
Elsewhere, Josh Franceschi reflects on You Me At Six’s problematic last album cycle, Brian Fallon ponders life, death and more, and Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley looks back at his long career and chats, er, Pepper Pig…
We’ve also got the inside scoop on what happened when Architects levelled Ally Pally (it’s still being re-built, we hear), and Bedford boys Don Broco put on a sweaty hometown show. Plus, that incredible new album from Midlands mob Conjurer gets reviewed, and The Xcerts’ Murray Macleod prepares to make crowds around the UK sob.
It will hit the shops on Wednesday, February 14 and is available to order anywhere in the world through Newsstand.