ENTER SHIKARI, Bring Me The Horizon, Green Day, Korn, Young Guns, Lamb Of God, The Prodigy, Four Year Strong, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, H2O, Touche Amore, Gallows and the 65 bands & albums to rock your year!
With 'A Flash Flood Of Colour', Hertfordshire soundclashers Enter Shikari have finally realised their true sound, creating one of the most vibrant and political albums of the decade too. With chart success, a rad new video and the band's name on everyone's lips we caught up with the boys to find out why they're smashing it in 2012! This month we've got two exclusive Bring Me The Horizon pull-out posters for you that need to be on your wall. Like, now.
2012 is already rocking hard and we bring you the 65 bands and albums that will rock your world in 2012. From bands like While She Sleeps, Goodtime Boys, Bury The Hatchet, We Came As Romans, Hundredth, Tonight Alive, My Ticket Home and The Story So Far to upcoming albums from Asking Alexandria, Paramore, The King Blues, Pure Love, Black Veil Brides, Rancid, The Gaslight Anthem, Cancer Bats and loads more, it's going to be a hell of a year!
We bring you a flood of Green Day news and updates, talk to Korn frontman Jonathan Davis about everything from electronica to emergency rooms, discuss with Gallows in the USA why they are using any doubts to fuel their creative fire, discover why Lamb Of God and Attack Attack! are set to crush all in their paths, talk to H2O about the bands that shaped their sound on their new covers album and chat with the Mighty Mighty Bosstones about the enduring power of the global ska punk scene. We also hit Holland for a debauched weekend with rock titans Black Spiders. There are also more interviews with And So I Watch You From Afar, Wheres Billy, Reckless Love, The Morning After and Pulled Apart By Horses and examine the phenomenon of bands and acts combining rock 'n' rave.
Also, Four Year Strong's Alan Day tells us the albums that changed his life and we pay homage to the wild frontman of The Prodigy, Keith Flint. There's album reviews of Young Guns, Enter Shikari, Lamb Of God, Black Veil Brides, Skrillex and many more, as well as live reviews of The King Blues, Machine Head, Bring Me The Horizon and more!