K!1756 – FEVER 333 Set The World On Fire
The world might still be sleepily feeling its way into the new year, but under the surface a new rock revolution is bubbling. Across 28 pages this week, we introduce you to the break-out bands primed to blow and set 2019 ablaze. And to kick things off, there’s a fever coming…
On top of that, we’ve also got an exclusive FEVER 333 art print. Bring the revolution to your bedroom walls, why don’t you?
Elsewhere in the mag this week, Venom Prison take us inside their ferocious new album, As It Is leader Patty Walters discussing partnering up with charities, David Kelling of Culture Abuse chats about the songs that have soundtracked his life so far, and Cancer Bats mega-dude Liam Cormier prepares to bring the mosh to a town near you.
In the reviews section, meanwhile, Bring Me The Horizon open their hearts and minds on 2019’s most anticipated album, while rising Brit stars Puppy prove they have bite on their full-length debut. On the live front, we enjoy a night of nostalgia as Taking Back Sunday celebrate two decades under the influence in Australia, and Cambridge rockers Lonely The Brave welcome in a new era.
There’s also six career-spanning Enter Shikari posters! Because they’re the best, obviously.
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, January 16 from all good newsagents.
The rock and metal scene has rallied together to echo the sentiments of the George Floyd protests and the #BlackLivesMatter movement across the world.
When Kurt Cobain passed away and Nirvana ceased to be, Dave Grohl was left with a choice: let his pain consume him and lead him away from music forever, or find a way of working through the darkness…