Kerrang magazine - The Blackout cover (26 March 2011 - Issue 1356)
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The Blackout - "This time it's serious!" The last two years have not been easy for The Blackout. But just
when the Welsh rockers were starting to buckle under the weight of
struggle and self-doubt, a "humbling and positive experience" helped
them change their future. Read their story only in this week's Kerrang!
Free giant posters of Paramore and Foo Fighters, and free stickers!
Plus: Black Veil Brides, Bullet For My Valentine, Murderdolls and
All That Remains speak out about the Japanese tsunami
says he's "scared to death" about performing with Slipknot again
without bassist Paul Gray
Rob Zombie inducts Alice Cooper into the Rock And Roll
Hall Of Fame, and All Time Low give us an exclusive track-by-track
account of their new album, Dirty Work!
Also in the issue:
My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way mouths
Asking Alexandria get set to make 2011 their year, meet Watain -
metal's most evil band, Judas Priest vocalist Rob Halford gives us his
Road Rules, Funeral For A Friend return all guns blazing - and Children
Of Bodom take on the Kerrang Quiz
And: There's live reviews of A Day To Remember and Bring Me The
Horizon, Rise Against, Glamour Of The Kill, and My Ruin - new albums
from Panic! At The Disco, Travis Barker, Amon Amarth, Within Temptation
and more rated and reviewed
Plus: Soundwave 2011 poster special with live shots
of Rob Zombie, Bullet For My Valentine, 30 Seconds To Mars, Iron Maiden
and Stone Sour