Issue K!1767
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Nirvana: The Story Behind Every Song!

PLUS! Ghost, Frank Carter, Machine Head, Bring Me The Horizon, Panic! At The Disco, Andy Black, PUP and LOADS more!

Kurt Cobain was a songwriter who defined an entire generation; a man who laid bare his innermost thoughts and feelings in his words and music. Twenty-five years on from his passing, we take an exhaustive deep dive into his lifetime’s work with Nirvana – song by song, story by story, secret by secret…

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Plus, if you’ve any energy left over from reading our exhaustive account of every single Nirvana song ever, use it to hang up this beauty of an art print – a recreation of the poster advertising the final nirvana show – in your home! 

Elsewhere in the mag this week: Robb Flynn spills all on 2019’s most surprising reunion with Machine Head; Frank Carter talks through his life in Gallows and The Rattlesnakes in our career-spanning K! Interview, Bring Me The Horizons Jordan Fish unveils his one true love (spoiler alert: it’s nu-metal); and Andy Black tells us some hilarious secrets and stories.

In the reviews section, meanwhile, Toronto gang PUP play a game of Catch Me If You Can with the Grim Reaper on their ace third album, while metalcore heroes I Prevail return with a bold – if flawed – second record. On the live front, Panic! At The Disco scale new heights at their gloriously OTT arena spectacular, YONAKA stun at an awesome sold-out show, and Welsh post-hardcore princes Holding Absence come of age in incredible fashion. 

There’s also an exclusive Ghost bonus pull-out mag, featuring 10 epic shots of Cardi C and the gang. 

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 Kerrang.newsstand.co.uk. But for UK residents, it hits the shops on Wednesday, April 3 from all good newsagents. 

Posted on April 2nd 2019, 8:00a.m.
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