K!1727: Dave Grohl – "I Sold My Soul To The Devil… I Just Hope He Waits A While Before He Takes It"

​PLUS! Panic! At The Disco, ​Killswitch Engage, Daryl Palumbo, Parkway Drive, Don Broco, The Interrupters, A Perfect Circle, You Me At Six, Black Veil Brides and LOADS more!​

K!1727: Dave Grohl – "I Sold My Soul To The Devil… I Just Hope He Waits A While Before He Takes It"

All his life, Dave Grohl has been addicted to live music. Some of the Foo Fighters’ mainman’s most world-changing moments have happened at shows – both on the stage and off it. As he returns to the UK for this week’s stadium mega-gigs, he looks back at a life lived and loved in venues – from the weird to the ginormous…

If that's not enough amazing Foos goodness for you, we've also got a classic art print for your walls! It comes courtesy of supremely-talented artist Ivan Minsloff, whose extensive portfolio boasts work for Chelsea Wolfe, Green Day, Ryan Adams and more. See for info!

Elsewhere in the issue…

Brendon Urie takes Kerrang! inside the inspiring journey he found himself on during the making of Panic! At The Disco's brilliant new album Pray For The Wicked, while Killswitch Engage give us the lowdown on their forthcoming full-length – as well as what it's like touring with metal legends Iron Maiden. On top of that, Glassjaw's Daryl Palumbo talks thrash, illness and survival in a colossal new interview; Winston McCall of Parkway Drive lets us in on some secrets; and LA gang The Interrupters prove it’s time to drop your prejudices and give ska-punk a fresh chance… 

In the reviews section, A Perfect Circle make a masterful return at their first London show in 14 years; Ice-T and Body Count bring rap-metal carnage to the capital; and rising Michigan rockers Greta Van Fleet up the stakes at their biggest London show to date. On the album front, Bullet For My Valentine take a left-turn and reinvent themselves on their ambitious sixth album, and Guns N’ Roses’ colossal debut gets the biggest reissue ever!

We've also got some wonderful new snaps for you, featuring Maria Brink of In This Moment, You Me At Six, Black Veil Brides, Avatar's Johannes Eckerström, and Asking Alexandria.  

The new issue of Kerrang! is available anywhere in the world when you order online through Newsstand. But for UK residents, it hits the shops on Wednesday, June 20 from all good newsagents. 

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