Deftones And CHVRCHES On Breaking Down Barriers And Never Fitting In
Their teaming up for the Dia De Los Deftones festival sent metal elitists into a headspin earlier this year – but from their musical journey to how they see the world, Chino Moreno and CHVRCHES’ Lauren Mayberry share more in common than some might expect…
There’s also a free Deftones-inspired art print, courtesy of ace artist Sam Dunn – see more of her work at sam-dunn.com.
Elsewhere in the issue, we go inside the life and journey of Within Temptation’s Sharon den Adel, while Greta Van Fleet’s Josh Kiszka explains the band’s explosive rise – and the road ahead. On top of that, FEVER 333’s Jason Aalon Butler explains his new label collective, Bring Me The Horizon and BABYMETAL hit the road in Japan, Sleeping With Sirens’ Kellin Quinn rallies for bands to support newer artists, and Dashboard Confessional man Chris Carrabba tells us about the music that has changed his life.
In the reviews section, Till Lindemann indulges his artistic side to enthralling, but still enigmatic, effect, while Stone Sour bring the noise with their first-ever live album. On the gig front, Tool masterfully bring outer space – and its inhabitants – to New York, Boston Manor bring promise, class and skill to Sheffield, and rising LA punk quartet The Regrettes leave Scotland swooning in their wake.
There are six brilliant posters inside, too – featuring Rage Against The Machine, The Ghost Inside, Creeper, Enter Shikari’s Rou Reynolds, Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump, and a trio of awesomeness with Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale, In This Moment’s Maria Brink, and New Years Day’s Ash Costello.
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. But for UK residents, it hits the shops on Wednesday, November 27 from all good newsagents.
Machine Gun Kelly, Sharon Osbourne, Billie Joe Armstrong and more share their horror at George Floyd’s brutal death on Monday evening.
Fans won’t get to hear The Pretty Reckless’ Death By Rock And Roll in full until next year…