Kerrang!

About Us

For almost 40-years Kerrang! has been at the forefront of alternative music, first with the biggest-selling weekly rock magazine, and now with a global music platform that reaches 45 million people a month.

Rock, metal, hardcore, punk, emo, grunge, thrash, and everything in between, we’ve been there for all of it, and will forever fly the flag for the best new and established artists on the planet – not just through world-beating access and exclusive interviews, but our groundbreaking video series like The K! Pit.

Kerrang! is a Wasted Talent Ltd title based at:

Wasted Talent Ltd
90 — 92 Pentonville Road
London, N1 9HS

Meet the team:

Global Creative Director: Phil Alexander
Editor: Sam Coare
Digital Editor: Luke Morton
News Editor: Emily Carter
Reviews Editor: Nick Ruskell

Plus hundreds of writers and photographers across the globe.

For all comments, general questions, or privacy-related questions, contact [email protected]! We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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