New Classic Rock Magazine On Sale Now!
Get heavy with the new issue of Classic Rock magazine – on sale now!
The Incredibly Strange And Very Heavy Story Of Metal
Over a whopping 39 pages we look at metal’s birth, death and resurrection, and the artists who helped it along. Including…
Mick Farren on where metal came from.
So loud no studio could hold them!
The best heavy metal band who never made it – and the maddest.
Metal kicks off. Cardboard guitars and tight jeans ahoy!
The night in 1979 when it started – and Classic Rock’s Geoff Barton named it thus.
How Pyromania took British metal worldwide.
Grunge killed off 80s excesses and become metal’s most unlikely saviour.
The Sisters Of Mercy
How a goth band bore a weighty influence over metal. Sisters mainman Andrew Eldritch’s gives his first interview in 12 years.
The stoner-metal robo-gods who rule desert dope rock.
Meet the lords of the new metal church.
Sleazoid metal schizoids made good.
In a previously unpublished interview, Joey Ramone reveals his love of metal.
On this month’s free CD…
NWOTM: The New Wave Of Traditional Metal
14 tracks from Hysterica, Cauldron, Stuka Squadron, Grand Magus, PowerDrive, Witchcraft and more…
Elsewhere in the Summer issue of Classic Rock…
Design legend Storm Thorgerson on the finer points of Big Brother & The Holding Company’s Cheap Thrills.
What was snapper Gered Mankowitz doing with the Rolling Stones and a family-size tub of Vaseline at 6am in 1966?
Siouxsie & The Banshees
How the goth weirdies successfully revamped The Beatles’ Dear Prudence.
Not to mention the biggest rock reviews section on the planet.
All this and much, much more in the latest issue (Summer, No.134) of Classic Rock, on sale Wednesday June 24.
And if you take out a subscription to Classic Rock from this issue, you get a pair of swanky Denon sound-isolating headphones into the bargain.
You want high-voltage rock’n’roll? Plug in to Classic Rock!