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BABYMETAL: SU-METAL And MOAMETAL Return For Album Number Three

Order our limited edition bundle of the issue with a special cover and a lithograph A2 poster now!

A year after the departure of YUIMETAL, BABYMETAL are back with their third record, METAL GALAXY. It finds the Japanese band’s two remaining members, SU-METAL and MOAMETAL, not just crafting music that’s bolder and more ambitious than ever, but also finds the pair closer than they’ve ever been before.

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To celebrate, this issue is available in a limited edition bundle with a special cover and a lithograph A2 poster – available to order from anywhere in the world exclusively at kerrang.newsstand.co.uk https://kerrang.newsstand.co.uk/. But act quickly – these won’t last long!

Elsewhere in the issue, there’s a comprehensive, career-spanning chat with Jimmy Eat World’s Jim Adkins for the latest K! Interview, insightful chats with rockers Alter Bridge and Swedish politi-punks Refused, and a catch-up with We Came As Romans as they grapple with making music after the death of vocalist Kyle Pavone.

In the reviews section, pop-punk mavericks Waterparks return with their third full-length, Fandom, while the hotly-tipped Dream State unleash their debut album on the world. In the lives section, blink-182 round off their anniversary tour of Enema Of The State in New York, while LINGUA IGNOTA do their utmost to terrify London.

There are also six great posters featuring Green Day, Ghost, Wage War, A Day To Remember, Korn and Frank Iero and Laura Jane Grace.

All this and more is available in the new issue of Kerrang!, which you can get anywhere in the world through Kerrang.Newsstand.co.uk. For UK residents, it hits the shops on Wednesday, October 9 from all good newsagents.

Posted on October 8th 2019, 8:30am
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