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The War On Emo ... has anything really changed? : The likes of My Chemical Romance were accused of being part of a dangerous, self-harming cult. Still happening, Kerrang! investigates why
Posters: Green Day, Paramore, Bullet For My Valentine, My Chemical Romance, Your Demise, The Used, Avenged Sevenfold and Alice In Chains!
Features: Korn's Jonathan Davis opens up about kicking his bad habits.
Meet the UK's most exciting new band: Hawk Eyes!
DragonForce's new vocalist Marc Hudson and his rise from YouTube obscurity to front of stage.
Chat to Cancer Bats about how their Black Sabbath tribute shows have influenced their new album Dead Set On Living.
Brit punks Sharks!
Plus: The Kerrang! Awards 2012 Fuelled By Relentless Energy Drink are go! Vote now in the new issue of the magazine eto be in with a chance of winning tickets to the rock party of the year!
News: Sonisphere 2012 cancelled: what happened?
While She Sleeps unveil exclusive details of their debut album.
Andy Cairns of Therapy? and Benji Webbe of Skindred take on the The K! Quiz.
The Word Alive give details from the studio on their upcoming "weird" new album.
Tenacious D announce their return through outrageous six-minute Hollywood epic!
Shinedown's Brent Smith answers your dilemmas.
Introducing Welsh noise mob Brutality Will Prevail.
K!onfidential!: Black Veil Brides and more for Avengers soundtrack and Slipknot's Sid Wilson collaborates with Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst!
Plus: All the answers to last week's epic Ultimate Rock Quiz.
Lives: Enter Shikari and Young Guns slay London, Bowling For Soup go acoustic in Manchester and Black Veil Brides shake Wolverhampton. Plus: The Safety Fire, The Presidents Of The United States Of America, Yashin and more: rated and reviewed.
Albums: The latest releases by Halestorm, Job For A Cowboy, Fields Of The Nephilim, Breathe Carolina, William Control and more!
Gigs: Angels & Airwaves prepare for blast off and Parkway Drive gear up for a happy return to the UK.
Plus: Everything you need to know about your week of rock!
Deaf Havana frontman James Veck-Gilodi takes The Ultimate Rock Star Test.
Win! Armfuls of Swag from Iron Maiden!
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