K!1698: Every Time I Die – 72 Hours On The Road With The Wildest Show On Earth
For this week’s issue we spent 72 hours on the road with one of the wildest bands on the planet.
Every Time I Die have witnessed scenes come and go, survived van crashes, weathered personal crises, and remained standing. As they enter their 20th year, Kerrang! jumps in the van to find out how hardcore’s toughest band endured…
And this is what the cover looks like…
Yeah, this was as wild as it looks. How sure how we managed to survive to create that cover.
Elsewhere in the magazine, Asking Alexandria tell all on their unlikely reunion, Joey Jordison talks recovery, returning to the drums and rocking his new bands VIMIC and Sinsaenum, and former Reuben frontman and solo phenomenon Jamie Lenman invites us to his very own rock festival. Also, Bullet For My Valentine promise their new LP will “piss some people off” and we pay tribute to Chuck Mosley and Lil Peep after their tragic passings, RIP.
On top of all of that, Don Broco get fans’ T‑shirts spinning at their biggest headline show to date, Bury Tomorrow bulldoze Bournemouth, Marmozets captivate London, and Employed To Serve level Leeds. All before Green Day’s greatest hits get wheeled out one more time, and Electric Wizard get lairy.
If you want some killer shots for your walls, we’ve got you covered. We’ve got posters of Rolo Tomassi, The Used, Josh Homme, Royal Blood, Waterparks and Lower Than Atlantis.
The new issue hits shops and the newsstand on Wednesday, November 22.
In the past decade, streaming has become synonymous with music fandom and consumption. But commercially it’s still an unequal playing field, to the detriment of our favourite rock bands…
“From choirboy to rock’n’roll singer…” AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson will be releasing his memoirs later this year.