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K!1691 – Neck Deep: From Skater Kids To The World’s Most Wanted

PLUS! Black Veil Brides, Alter Bridge, Enter Shikari, Prophets Of Rage, Hüsker Dü, Stray From The Path, ROAM, Waterparks and LOADS more!

Another week, another issue of the world’s greatest rock magazine. And this week we welcome back Neck Deep to the cover.

With most pop-punk bands, they can’t wait to bust out of their crappy hometowns. But for Ben Barlow, home is where the heart is – and always will be. As Neck Deep prepare for their biggest-ever UK tour, Kerrang! heads to the streets where the journey to the top began…

The new cover looks like this:

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We’re pretty chuffed with this one – it looks rad as fuck!

Elsewhere in the issue, Stray From The Path discuss their battle with the alt-right, Alter Bridge hero Myles Kennedy settles down for a brilliantly insightful chat about his career to date, and, following the death of Grant Hart, we celebrate Hüsker Dü’s impact on the world of punk rock. It doesn’t end there, though, as we chat to Black Veil Brides about their highly-anticapted new album, Vale, while Prophets Of Rage discuss the importance of the recent #TakeAKnee movement.

Oh, and there’s also a chat with ROAM about their new album, live reviews from Enter Shikari, Waterparks and The Struts, and we give our thoughts on the brilliant new Trivium LP.

Finally, if you want some new wallpaper, we have brand-new posters of Metallica, Foo Fighters, Venom Prison, Pete Wentz, Weezer and Sleeping With Sirens.

Grab yourself a copy tomorrow (October 4) from the shops, or get it on the Newsstand.

Posted on October 3rd 2017, 3:11pm
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