Features Brotherhood, burnout and belief: How Greta Van Fleet took on the world – and won

Greta Van Fleet’s rise to rock’s big leagues felt, to its four young members, like being shot out of a cannon”. So when burnout and a global pandemic brought them back down to Earth, how did they not only keep the train on the tracks, but return with an album of epic proportions and ambition? Josh and Sam Kiszka take us inside The Battle At Garden’s Gate, and the fight to block out the world…

The News Luxury fashion brand Balenciaga release Rammstein merch capsule

Rammstein have launched nine new items of merch as part of a capsule with (very expensive) luxury fashion brand Balenciaga.

Features Why hyperpop owes its existence to heavy metal

Hyperpop is on the rise – and it’s thanks, in large part, to metal subgenres like nu-metal, crunkcore and metalcore…

Reviews Album review: The Offspring – Let The Bad Times Roll

The Offspring’s long-awaited 10th album Let The Bad Times Roll finally lands, and hits more than it misses…

The News Listen to Fiddlehead's powerful new single, Heart To Heart

Fiddlehead – featuring members of Have Heart and Basement – have shared the next single from their upcoming second LP Between The Richness.

The News Black Sabbath announce epic Sabotage super deluxe boxset

Listen to Black Sabbath’s newly remastered version of Am I Going Insane (Radio), taken from their upcoming super deluxe edition of Sabotage.

Features Why Pete Steele of Type O Negative is the ultimate goth boyfriend

Eleven years after his death, goth metal frontman Peter Steele continues to warm the hearts (and other parts) of spooky headbangers worldwide…

The News Danny Wimmer Presents unveil plans for new concert series, Live On The Lawn At Waterfront Park

Live On The Lawn At Waterfront Park will consist of up to 15 live events” this year, kicking off in spring.

Features The Pete Steele I knew: A dry-witted giant who played the media at their own game

Kerrang! writer Jason Arnopp remembers his various encounters with Type O Negative frontman Pete Steele.

Reviews Album review: Escape The Fate – Chemical Warfare

Sin City supremos Escape The Fate lean further into pop, with surprisingly fun results…

The News Waterparks announce Greatest Hits album release livestream

Waterparks have shared details of an upcoming Greatest Hits album release show experience” from The Wiltern in Los Angeles.

The News twenty one pilots: Go behind the scenes on the video for Shy Away

Watch twenty one pilots create their wonderfully colourful new video for Shy Away.

The News Dave Grohl guests on Mick Jagger's surprise new single, Eazy Sleazy

Watch Mick Jagger and Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl perform the Rolling Stones legend’s surprise new single, Eazy Sleazy.

The News Exodus' Tom Hunting diagnosed with cancer: "I'm ready for the fight"

Exodus drummer Tom Hunting has announced that he has been diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma, and has started treatment today (April 13).

The News Evanescence and Within Temptation postpone UK and European tour to 2022

Evanescence and Within Temptation’s co-headline Worlds Collide tour has been pushed back another year.

Features Tinnitus cannot be cured, but here’s how rock fans can prevent hearing loss

New movie Sound Of Metal explores the tragic consequences of a musician going deaf. Kerrang! talks to experts and professionals to find out more about how tinnitus is affecting the lives of music fans…

The News Royal Blood release Josh Homme-produced track Boilermaker

Watch Royal Blood’s trippy, Liam Lynch-directed video for Boilermaker – already a fan-favourite single, produced by Queens Of The Stone Age’s Josh Homme.

The News Iron Maiden push back European Legacy Of The Beast tour to 2022

Iron Maiden will be taking their epic Legacy Of The Beast tour to Europe in June and July next year.

The News Puscifer release "alien-infused mini film", Bullet Train to Iowa

Maynard James Keenan describes Puscifer’s new video as like what Rogue One is to the Star Wars films, but without the Storm Troopers and snarky robots”.

Features Metallica vs. Napster: The lawsuit that redefined how we listen to music

At the turn of the millennium, Metallica took on file-sharing giant Napster and won. On the 21st anniversary of that landmark case in the music industry in the digital age, we retrospectively consider the arguments made, and how they’ve shaped our scene since…

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