K!1712: World Exclusive – Oli Sykes
Bigger. Louder. Heavier.
We’ve redesigned our magazine to bring you more of what you love. That means more pages, more words and even more killer photos than ever before. And from now on we’ll also be bringing you an exclusive art print each week.
In the first of four world exclusive interviews, Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes returns to the cover of Kerrang! Magazine.
Twelve months ago, Oli Sykes declared the world needed a break from his band. He was true to his word, too. But now, armed with a view on life transformed by matters past and present, Bring Me The Horizon’s frontman has his eyes firmly fixed on the road ahead once more…
The new cover looks like this…
Elsewhere in the issue, Corey Taylor mouths off, Garbage’s Shirley Manson takes aim at a “scared world”, we hit the road with British metal’s leading lights, Architects, and we speak to Warped Tour organiser Kevin Lyman about his punk rock summer camp’s legacy and what’s next.
On top of that, Parkway Drive’s Winston McCall runs us through the songs that have shaped his life, and Neck Deep’s Ben Barlow reveals some secrets you’ll definitely want to know.
In our new-look reviews section, Moose Blood’s new album and Myles Kennedy’s first solo effort get K! rated. A Day To Remember celebrate 15 years with a stomping performance across the pond, while rising metal wizards Conjurer destroy the capital, and Deaf Havana play an intimate show in aid of War Child.
Posters this week include shots of Biffy Clyro, Nirvana, Rolo Tomassi, Code Orange and Milk Teeth.
The new issue can be ordered online worldwide from Newsstand, with issues hitting the shops in the UK on Wednesday, March 7.
Here’s a sneak peek of some spreads:
As he looks back over Slipknot’s self-titled era, Corey Taylor has revealed his favourite song from the band’s entire discography…
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