How The Offspring's Smash album changed American punk forever

An oral history of The Offspring’s breakout album Smash, and how it took U.S. punk into the mainstream…

Per “Dead” Ohlin was black metal's most tragic loss

Mayhem vocalist Per Dead” Ohlin was black metal’s crucial contributor, not just its victim.

The Offspring: Why SoCal's punk legends remain rock's ultimate gateway band

From underage drinking to Smash’s monumental success to being a stepping stone for teenage punks, The Offspring might’ve become elder statesmen after nearly 40 years in the game, but they’re still a voice for a new generation.

As Everything Unfolds: Post-hardcore's breakout stars on overcoming demons, new perspectives, and music as therapy 

As Everything Unfolds vocalist Charlie Rolfe has spent a long time learning to overcome anxiety and seize the day. Here, she explains how coming out of herself has opened the door for international breakout success…

Frank Black: "When I get asked about Nirvana, I think, 'Am I being validated because some other dude mentioned my name?' F*ck that!"

Pixies mainman Black Francis discusses his influence on grunge, the band’s split and reformation, and the joy of having an alter ego.

I started an American Sign Language metal band so deaf people can enjoy Black Sabbath

We sit down with Sound Of Metal star and ASL bandleader Paul Raci to chat about his Sabbath tribute band, the power of music and why we should protect our hearing.

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Now Hear This: Alex Baker on the best new metal, hardcore and rock

Kerrang! Radio host Alex Baker brings you the new bands you need to check out now, including Sŵnami, Black Coast and James And The Cold Gun…

Rammstein: How Mutter took the world’s most perverse band to the extreme

Rammstein were still an unknown entity in early 2001, but their landmark third album Mutter would change the band – and metal – forever.

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