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K!1705: Machine Head - The Making Of Robb Flynn

PLUS! Waterparks, The Xcerts, Nirvana, All Time Low, Motörhead, Marmozets, Fall Out Boy, BABYMETAL and loads more!

The new issue of Kerrang! has landed. Here’s everything you need to know…

Robb Flynn is one of metal’s original survivors. For nearly three decades he’s steered Machine Head through good times and bad. As they release their new album, Catharsis, Kerrang! joins him on home turk to see what keeps him fighting…

Machine Head

Elsewhere in the mag, Awsten Knight from Waterparks looks back on his band’s incredible rise, ahead of new album Entertainment, and The Xcerts open up about the loss behind Hold On To Your Heart. Plus, All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth reveals the songs that saved his life. Spoiler: he doesn’t like the Chili Peppers. 

Also, we bid a sad farewell to Motörhead’s ‘Fast’ Eddie Clarke and BABYMETAL guitarist Mikio Fujioka. A sad week for rock. More happily, Nothing More talk GRAMMY nominations and going up against the Foos. Over in the live section, Fall Out Boy bring M A  N   I    A to London town, then we head Down Under to see Knuckle Puck rock OZ. All before we review the amazing new Marmozets album, and yes it’s FINALLY out! 

A Legends Of Rock special fills up our poster section, with shots of Ville Valo, Lemmy, Slash, Angus Young, Serj Tankian and Jonathan Davis. 

All this and more will be available from the shops on Wednesday, January 17, and online through Newsstand.

Posted on January 16th 2018, 11:00am
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