Boston Manor: The Voice Of A New Generation

Plus, Slipknot, Parkway Drive, Enter Shikari, All Time Low, Trivium, Beartooth, Code Orange, In This Moment, Bury Tomorrow and loads more!

Boston Manor: The Voice Of A New Generation
Andy Ford

Have Boston Manor made one of the most important records of the year? In creating GLUE, the Blackpool quintet have pushed their creativity to the limit. It also finds singer Henry Cox looking inward to confront self-loathing, toxic masculinity and suicide. By doing so, they’ve made a beacon of hope and reason in our uncertain times…

Plus, you’ll know from this week’s cover feature that we absolutely love Boston Manor. And if you’ve ever picked up K! before, you’ll know we also love the work of WeThreeClub. Combine the two and, well, you obviously get amazing results – like this week’s free art print!

Elsewhere in the mag, we spend an evening in the pub with Slipknot's Sid Wilson before cosying up in the studio with Enter Shikari (both long before coronavirus – don't worry). On top of that, Parkway Drive's Winston McCall relives the Aussie underdogs' struggle, Code Orange reveal how they gave COVID-19 the middle-finger, and a load of rock stars pick out the ultimate soundtrack to sitting on your sofa. Trust us, you're gonna find a lot of long-forgotten gems in there.

In the reviews section, Brit metalcore heroes Bury Tomorrow face their demons on their most personal album yet, and Milk Teeth deliver the goods with their long-awaited second record.

There are also six ace posters to help make the long hours spent indoors more interesting. Stick In Hearts Wake, Ozzy Osbourne, PVRIS' Lynn Gunn, Trivium, Pearl Jam and Nothing But Thieves up on your walls!

All this and more is available in the new issue of Kerrang!, which you can get anywhere in the world through But for UK residents, it hits the shops on Wednesday, March 25 from all good newsagents and supermarkets.

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