In this age of unprecedented upheaval, the new issue of Kerrang! magazine is the first issue that the team have ever produced remotely.
We are very proud of having been able to do so, despite the challenges that arose during the production process. Gathered around our kitchen tables, and employing spare rooms, studies and the odd broom cupboard, we have – like so many people out there – found new ways of working.
We are also delighted that Boston Manor – a band for these troubled times – have secured their first cover of Kerrang!. The fact that they have done so four years after we ran their first feature in the magazine reminds us that Kerrang!’s main role is to support artists we love as well as the scene around us all.
That supportive ethos informs everything that we do, be that via Kerrang.com, through our video content (such as The K! Pit and In Conversation), our audio content (The Inside Track podcast) and our events – all of which we make free for everyone to access. Our aim is to give you what you want, whenever you want it.
That is why we are committed to publishing Kerrang! magazine every week, as we have done for the past four decades, for as long as is possible in these uncertain times. But, as a fully independently-owned business and in order to do so, we need your support.
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Equally, if you’re in the UK, there are a number of additional ways in which you can also buy the magazine:
• Supermarkets: Larger branches of Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s and major supermarket chains all stock Kerrang! – so you can buy it while you’re doing your shopping.
• Home delivery: If you buy your magazine from your local newsagent – or larger chains such as McColls – and you are unable to get to them in person, call them and ask them to deliver the issue to your door.
We thank you for continuing to support Kerrang!, and we look forward to serving the rock community for many years to come. We are all in this together and we will emerge from it stronger than before…
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