K!1694: Code Orange – Surviving Rock’s Violent New Reality
No band has redefined heavy music in 2017 quite like Code Orange. If you think the Pittsburgh quintet have reached the limit of their extremity, you’re totally wrong. Kerrang! spent 48 hours in the pit with the most exciting heavy band on the planet…
Check out this week’s cover below:
We’re pretty happy with this.
Elsewhere in the issue, Evanescence’s Amy Lee reveals why it was so important to look back, before moving forward, on new album Synthesis; Trivium repent their sins; Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden (you might have heard of them) reflects on a career of uncompromised ambition; and a bunch of wonderful Kerrang! readers grill the chaps in New Found Glory.
That’s not all – Neck Deep have a bucket-list moment at the O2 Academy Brixton, shooting straight to the top of the pop-punk pile, Will Gould of Creeper takes us inside the band’s mysterious new book, and A Perfect Circle return!
And for those with walls, there’s posters of Metallica, Papa Roach, Marmozets, Black Veil Brides, Thirty Second To Mars and Knuckle Puck.
The issue is on sale Wednesday, October 24, and can also be purchased online from the Newsstand.
Creeper guitarist Ian Miles strikes out on his own on solo debut, Degradation, Death, Decay.
“Not the happiest of tunes, but believe me: we’re ecstatic to be back!” Arch Enemy have unleashed their first new single since 2017’s Will To Power…