Kerrang magazine - The War On Emo cover (7 April 2012 - Issue 1409)
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BRUTALITY WILL PREVAIL - 1 page
ENTER SHIKARI - Gig review
THE WAR ON EMO - Half a decade ago, the tabloid media declared war on you and your favourite band. You and the likes of My Chemical Romance were accused of being part of a dangerous, self-harming cult. It's still happening. Mark Sutherland investigates why...
KORN - Drugs, demons, depression - Jonathan Davis has battled with them all. Now he's kicked his bad habits and lives as a healthy, wealthy man. Who thought Korn's singer could be so content?
DRAGONFORCE - What's it like to be plucked from toilet circuit obscurity via YouTube, then pushed in front thousands and thousands of screaming Iron Maiden fans? Let's ask DragonForce singer Marc Hudson, shall we...
CANCER BATS - When Cancer Bats performed a series of Sabbath tribute shows last year, it changed the way they harnessed the power of the riff. Want proof? Their new album will shake the fillings from your teeth...
HAWK EYES have just released the wildest, heaviest British rock album in ages. Not bad for a band who "look like librarians". Apart from when we took their picture with scary eyes in their hands. Meet the UK's most exciting new band...
SHARKS - Sick of punk that comes with fake American accents and faux Californian sun? So are Brit punks Shark. Why look across the pond, when there's something exciting right on your doorstep?
HALESTORM - Album review
JAMES VECK-GILODI (DEAF HAVANA) - "The Ultimate Rockstar Test"
Poster pages: - The Used (double page)
- Your Demise (double page) - M. Shadows - Layne Staley