Lamb Of God: Rage, Sobriety & The End Of The F**king World
After a five-year wait, Lamb Of God are returning with some of the leanest, meanest material they’ve ever put their name to. It’s a period that had a transformative effect on frontman Randy Blythe, too. He opens the book on his charges’ latest chapter for the very first time…
Plus, to celebrate LoG’s return to the cover of Kerrang!, we’ve teamed up with the band on an extra special offering for superfans: we’re putting out a hugely limited collectors’ edition package containing this week’s magazine and a stunning A2 four-colour process lithographic print, produced on 200gsm uncoated stock. Only 300 of these prints exist anywhere in the world.
Kerrang.Newsstand.co.uk is the only place you can order this exclusive package – with worldwide delivery! – so don’t hang about if you want to get your hands on one.
**Please note: your print will be dispatched rolled in a heavyweight cardboard tube, separately to your magazine, so you may receive them at slightly different times, depending on how lazy your postman is feeling.
Elsewhere in the issue, Kerrang! catch up with Rou Reynolds to discuss some very exciting Enter Shikari news, while the The Interrupters’ brilliant Aimee Interrupter takes the career-spanning K! Interview, we look back at the year emo broke, and Ivar Nikolaisen reveals how Kvelertak’s new album might just have saved him.
In the reviews section, The Amity Affliction continue to bring the riffs on their seventh record, and Four Year Strong embrace the ache with album number five. On the live front, Waterparks state their big ambitions in the capital, Five Finger Death Punch and Megadeth bring heavy fury to Wembley, and New Jersey troubadour Brian Fallon goes unplugged in the capital.
All this and more is available in the new issue of Kerrang!, which you can get anywhere in the world through Kerrang.Newsstand.co.uk. But for UK residents, it hits the shops on Wednesday, February 12 from all good newsagents.
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