K!1704: Fall Out Boy – On The Brink Of M A N I A
It’s that time of the week again, when we reveal what’s inside your favourite rock mag…
To create their new album M A N I A, Fall Out Boy tore up the rulebook and almost completely reinvented themselves. Across a storied career filled with bold leaps of faith, it might just be their most daring step yet. But is it one too many?
The cover looks like this:
Elsewhere in the issue, Of Mice & Men gear up for their first full-length since the departure of Austin Carlile; Scott Ian takes us inside his brilliant career and Tonight Alive discover a newfound freedom in Underworld. Also, The Dillinger Escape Plan bid farewell with three typically wild shows, while Danny Carey unveils Legend Of The Seagullmen and – dare we say it? – a potential new Tool album. And K! get super-excited for the returns of The Gaslight Anthem and The Distillers.
All before the mighty HIM bow out with a stunning London show, while Five Finger Death Punch bounce back, The Prodigy get, well, ravey, and Black Veil Brides continue their fight to the top with a truly epic return.
Of course, there’s plenty of epic posters to give some freshness to your walls. There’s snaps of Biffy Clyro, Marilyn Manson, Rage Against The Machine, Iron Maiden, Ozzy Osbourne and Asking Alexandria.
The new issue hits shops on Wednesday, January 10 and can be purchased online through Newsstand on the same day. It can be shipped anywhere in the world, just so you know.
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