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Features The alumni of Kerrang! The Album: Where are they now?

We track down the 39 bands who made up the Kerrang!: The Album, showcasing the very best that rock’s new millennium had to offer…

Features We Shall Arise: Meet the underground bands putting Brazil back on the map

Brazil’s brimming rock and metal scene was gearing up to explode, but COVID put a dramatic halt on proceedings. Now, in a country still reeling from its effects, the underground rock world is finding a way forward…

Features The 50 best albums from 1991

From Metallica and Melvins to Bolt Thrower and Bathory, these are the 50 greatest rock and metal albums released in 1991

Features 10 rock and metal albums recorded in haunted places

Because we all love a good spooky story, here are 10 rock and metal albums that were recorded in haunted places…

Features Arise is the album that made Sepultura great

In honour of the 30th anniversary of its international release, we look at how Sepultura’s Arise changed the band, and metal as a whole.

The News Sepultura announce UK tour with Sacred Reich and Crowbar

Sepultura, Sacred Reich and Crowbar will be hitting the UK and Europe this winter.

Features 11 bands who wouldn't be here without Sepultura

Here are 11 bands who owe it all to Sepultura, the boys from Brazil…

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Sepultura’s founding member Max Cavalera discusses their seminal album Roots

Features 10 bands who wouldn't be here without Slayer

Slayer are the true embodiment of metal, and their impact can be heard across the past four decades of bands that came in their wake. Here are just 10 who danced in the raining blood…

Features 20 classic albums that are 30 years old in 2021

Rolling back three decades to 1991: one of the greatest years for heavy music

Features Max Cavalera: The 10 songs that changed my life

Soulfy and Sepultura legend Max Cavalera reveals the songs that made him who he is

Features 17 of the most surprising band name origins in rock and metal

Public indecency, killer prostitutes, and a million corpses are among the best explanations for the names of some of your favourite bands…