K!1702: Marilyn Manson – In Bed With The Antichristmas Superstar
Christmas has come, and our 80-page all-star double issue is here!
Christmas is a time for giving, apparently. Which is why, for this special issue, we’ve presents galore in the form of year-end interviews with rock’s biggest stars; a decadent K! Christmas lunch; wrapping paper, a monster quiz; and everything else you need to get you through the festive season. Before all that, The God of Fuck invites us into bed (literally) to chat about everything from latest album Heaven Upside Down to spending the festive period alone.
The cover looks like this:
*No reindeer were harmed in the making of this issue…
Merry Fucking Christmas!
Elsewhere in the mag, we find out how your favourite rockstars’ years have been, as Patrick Stump, Simon Neil, Winston McCall, Alex Gaskarth, Reba Meyers and more look back on a whirlwind 2017. If that’s not enough for your greedy eyes, we sit down with the best bands in British music for our annual Kerrang! Christmas dinner, featuring the likes of You Me At Six, Marmozets, Creeper, Milk Teeth, Twin Atlantic and more!
There’s loads more still to come, too, as M. Shadows takes us inside Avenged Sevenfold’s two new releases, as well as reflecting on a super-busy year for the band. Plus: we’ve got the results of the Kerrang! Readers’ Poll, and there’s a Bloody Massive 2017 Quiz!
For those needing new posters for your walls, we’ve got part two of K!‘s Shots Of 2017, featuring Neck Deep, NIN, Metallica, Green Day, Paramore and Linkin Park And Friends. And, finally, there’s Foo Fighters and Green Day wrapping paper!
All this and loads more will be available to buy in the shops and online anywhere in the world through Newsstand on Wednesday, December 20.
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