Fall Out Boy: The Untold Story Of Rock’s Most Unlikely Second Coming
Every song tells a tale. And the 13 songs that comprise Fall Out Boy’s upcoming Greatest Hits album tell the story not only of one of rock’s most “improbable” reunions, but of an unparalleled reinvention, too. Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump, Joe Trohman and Andy Hurley reflect on the past six years’ journey, track by track…
Plus, there’s a killer free FOB art print, based on this week’s world exclusive cover feature!
Elsewhere in the issue, Judas Priest and Behemoth get ready to spill blood in Derbyshire at Bloodstock 2020, while Agnostic Front’s Roger Miret takes us inside his wild – and sometimes shameful – times, Don Broco frontman Rob Damiani lets Kerrang! tag along to the band’s first U.S. headline run, and Lacuna Coil’s Cristina Scabbia reveals how she found her way through dark times.
In the reviews section, Stray From The Path fight for the future on their angry – but positive – ninth album, and Motörhead mark 40 years of noise with a look back at the year that made them. On the live front, Massachusetts metalcore masters Killswitch Engage step back up to the top of their game, Cradle Of Filth bring their macabre masterpiece to the West End stage, and Dublin grungers Fangclub bare all at their London headline show.
There’s a My Chemical Romance poster special, too, featuring five classic shots from The Black Parade.
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, October 30 from all good newsagents.
The rock and metal scene has rallied together to echo the sentiments of the George Floyd protests and the #BlackLivesMatter movement across the world.
Fans won’t get to hear The Pretty Reckless’ Death By Rock And Roll in full until next year…