Kerrang magazine - Green Day cover (6 April 1996 - Issue 591)
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Kerrang magazine Issue 591 - Green Day cover (6 April 1996) Good condition - light wear
ASH - One and a half pages GREEN DAY - Australia has gone mad for Green Day - they're mobbed every time they go out. Murray Engleheart joins them in Brisbane to find the trio celebrating by chasing grannies and wrecking hotel carpets
Three and a half pages
TERRORVISION - Gig review
One and a half pages
THE AFGHAN WHIGS - Gig review
1 page METALLICA - You wouldn't want to spill James Hetfield's pint - he's so hard, he kills large animals for a laugh. And as Paul Elliott finds out, the Metallica mainman even writes his lyrics with bullets...
SKYSCRAPER - One of Britain's most exciting bands haven't just raged against the machine, they've given it a bloody good kicking as well. They are Skyscraper, and they tell Liz Evans how they beat the system...
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE - Album review
FACE DOWN - Album review
SLAYER - 3 pages
WATTIE BUCHAN (EXPLOITED) - "The Last Word"
The ultimate questions of life, sex and death
1 page Poster pages: - Pantera [double page]
- Stone Temple Pilots [double page]
- Kurt Cobain [double page]
- The Prodigy [double page]