Kerrang! Magazine September 1st 2018: Metallica Bring Me The Horizon Andy Black

UK Kerrang! Magazine 1st September 2018 - Brand New Condition

Coming off the highs of the genre-defining Master Of Puppets and the devastating loss of bassist Cliff Burton two years prior, in 1988 Metallica found themselves at a crossroads. What happened that summer would change them – and metal – forever. On the eve of its 30th anniversary, this is the inside story of …And Justice For All…

We’ve also teamed up with the band and legendary designer Pushead for a classic Metallica art print for your walls!

Elsewhere in the mag this week, Andy Biersack lets us in on some exciting updates on both his Andy Black solo work, and Black Veil Brides’ next steps; The Story So Far frontman Parker Cannon gives his first major interview for five years; Boston Manor call for their generation to channel rage and disaffection; Halestorm leader Lzzy Hale tells us some secrets; Rob Damiani of Don Broco takes us through his life in music; and Thrice’s Dustin Kensrue talks faith, frustrations and the future…

In the reviews section, Glassjaw triumphantly top a bill of unique noisemakers at ArcTanGent, St Albans pop-punks Trash Boat smash everything at a tiny show, and Blood Youth get the red stuff pumping in epic style in London. Album-and-EP-wise, meanwhile, Alkaline Trio return on spellbinding form, Clutch deliver another knockout, and Fall Out Boy pay tribute to their hometown…

There’s also a Bring Me The Horizon poster special, featuring exclusive, brand-new shots of Oli Sykes, Matt Kean, Lee Malia, Matt Nicholls, and Jordan Fish.errang!

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