PVRIS: How Lynn Gunn Learned To Let Go… And Take Charge
After years of public pretending, Lynn Gunn has finally found the confidence to step out as the sole creative force behind PVRIS. With that revelation comes new album Use Me, her most singular vision yet. But, she reveals, the battles with the same dark forces continue in order to bring light to others…
In this week’s exclusive PVRIS cover story, Lynn reveals how physics and tarot have long played a part in her life. So, naturally, illustrator Sam Dunn has channelled those spirits for this week’s free art print, too!
Elsewhere in the mag, Alex Gaskarth exclusively talks Kerrang! through every single song on All Time Low’s brilliant new album Wake Up, Sunshine, while we relive the many defining moments of Pearl Jam’s whirlwind 30-year journey. On top of that, Body Count legend Ice-T mouths off on celebrity, armageddon and love, and Brian Fallon finds comfort in his own skin at last.
In the reviews section, Pearl Jam target Trump and global catastrophe on their stunning 11th album, and Nergal returns with Me And That Man – now with more men. On the live front, Twin Atlantic crank the voltage on a thrilling new era in their homeland, Turnstile kick off a frenzied hardcore party in Manchester, and Glasgow gets ground into the gears of Woking’s metal machine, Employed To Serve.
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, March 18 from all good newsagents.
Not for the first time, PVRIS have moved back the release date of their new album Use Me.
The deluxe photo book documents Tom Morello’s life both as a musician and political activist.