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.

More from Kerrang!
Reviews Album review: Electric Century – Electric Century

My Chemical Romance bassist Mikey Way goes back to the future on excellent second album…

Features How Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross became Hollywood royalty

From The Social Network to Bird Box to Soul, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have reimagined the sound of modern film and TV

The News Watch Tomahawk's violent new video for Dog Eat Dog

Tomahawk have released a NSFW video for Dog Eat Dog that is also served up with a healthy dose of slapstick humour”.

The News Sabaton release new Swedish-sung single, Livgardet

Sabaton pay tribute to the Swedish Royal Guard with new single and video, Livgardet.

Features Now Hear This: Tobi Duncan on the best new rap-metal, pop-punk and hardcore

Trash Boat singer Tobi Duncan brings you the new bands to check out now, including Stone Hand, Weatherstate and Kamiyada+

Features Mikey Way: "Don’t be so preoccupied with yesterday and tomorrow, because there’s a whole today that you’re gonna miss"

Mikey Way opens up about the importance of staying present, his ambitious new album-and-graphic-novel project with Electric Century, and working with My Chemical Romance bandmate Ray Toro again.