K!1738 – Beartooth: The War Raging Inside Caleb Shomo
As the rock world continues to mourn brothers and sisters taken far too soon with alarming regularity, the catharsis found in Beartooth’s new album, Disease, has perhaps never been more vital. But before he could begin to help others through his music, Caleb Shomo first had to find his way through his own darkest days…
Nice cover, right?
Oh yeah, and we’ve teamed up with our friends at We Three Club for a bespoke Beartooth art print, if that’s not enough Caleb and co. for ya!
We’ve also got a very limited number of 7‑inch vinyl picture flexi-discs on sale – only 500 of which have been made. Newsstand.co.uk is the only place that you’ll be able to get your hands on this must-have vinyl, so what are you waiting for?!
Elsewhere in the mag this week, Slash (you may have heard of him) talks Axl Rose, Lemmy, Guns N’ Roses, the future, and… well, pretty much everything, while K! take a look at how Mechanical Animals made a monstrous myth out of Marilyn Manson. On top of that, Laura Jane Grace explains how her new solo record has given a lease of life to Against Me!, and we get our hands on some badass unseen and unearthed rarities from AC/DC’s photo archive.
In the reviews section, meanwhile, northern post-hardcore crew Boston Manor step up and reach out on their glorious second album, while Alter Bridge’s orchestral shows get magnificently captured. On the live front, Bring Me The Horizon, Panic! At The Disco, Fall Out Boy and loads more lay waste to Reading & Leeds. Lovely.
There’s also a Panic! At The Disco poster special for your walls, featuring a bunch of career-spanning shots of the wonderful Brendon Urie.
The new issue of Kerrang! is available anywhere in the world when you order online through Newsstand. But for UK residents, it hits the shops on Wednesday, September 5 from all good newsagents.
Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy eases us out of lockdown with a hopeful and rock-inclined second solo album
Pioneering Life Of Agony singer Mina Caputo opens up about letting go of the past, spirituality, and the Pride movement during the third instalment of Kerrang!’s Life Is Proud campaign.