K!1741 – Behemoth: The Crucifixion Of Nergal
Courtroom drama. Life-threatening illness. The looming peril of eternal damnation. There is little on Earth that can shake Adam Nergal Darski. Introducing new album I Loved You At Your Darkest, and fronting up this week’s black metal special, the Behemoth leader reveals why life is sweeter when you take a long, hard look into the abyss…
To celebrate this epic joining of forces, we’ve also got an additional treat: we’re putting out a super-limited collectors’ edition of the magazine, featuring a cassette of I Loved You At Your Darkest demos, as well as a stunning signed art print. There are only 300 copies of this exclusive package, so you best be snappy if you want to get your hands on one!
Newsstand.co.uk/Kerrang is the place to get your bundle, so what are you waiting for? GO GO GO!
Elsewhere in the mag this week, Necrobutcher talks the making of metal’s most infamous band, Mayhem; Chris Cornell’s legacy lives on with unheard music and a stunning new box set; Palaye Royale’s Remington Leith tells us some strange secrets; Employed To Serve’s Justine Jones reveals how much she loves, um, Destiny’s Child; and we go behind the scenes of the forthcoming Lords Of Chaos movie.
In the reviews section, meanwhile, You Me At Six dust themselves off and get their mojo back on their return-to-form sixth album, while Against The Current possibly don’t go quite deep enough on their second effort. Across the pond, Riot Fest snatches victory from the jaws of defeat with a brilliant cross-section of cool.
We’ve also got a wonderful Fall Out Boy U.S. tour poster special – featuring five lovely snaps of Pete, Patrick, Andy and Joe on the road.
All this and more is available in the new issue of Kerrang! – which you can get anywhere in the world when you order online through Newsstand. But for UK residents, it hits the shops on Wednesday, September 26 from all good newsagents.
PLUS! Alkaline Trio, Clutch, Against The Current, Papa Roach, Fall Out Boy, NOTHING, Alice In Chains, Panic! At The Disco, Warped Tour, THE FEVER 333, Bloodstock Festival and LOADS more!
This video of over 250 musicians collectively performing Sad But True will give you goosebumps.