In issue 290’s cover feature we look at Pearl Jam 30 years in: a story of fame, fortune, fighting to keep control of their career, their destiny and their integrity, and having to suffer more than their fair share of tragedy. Plus: guitarist Mike McCready looks back at Ten.
Other features include…
The story of how seven weeks of summer in 1991 belonged to rock (and not just grunge). Including… Metallica, Tesla, Ozzy Osbourne, Guns N’ Roses, Soundgarden, Nirvana and more…
Genesis: when Steve Hackett left, could they survive this second major loss? In our exclusive book extract, Collins, Rutherford, Banks and Hackett tell how they again triumphed in the face of adversity.
Coloursøund: A collaboration between Cult guitarist Billy Duffy and The Alarm frontman Mike Peters when their main bands are inactive, it’s a labour of love rather than a ‘supergroup’.
Mdou Moctar: With his Eddie Van Halen-inspired guitar mastery and a socio-political theme, his new album looks set to take him out of Africa and on to the world stage.
Stone The Crows: Given the musical talent on board and Led Zep’s manager behind them, they should have been a success story. Instead it’s one of tragic death and unfulfilled potential.
Regular features include Wishbone Ash, Dennis DeYoung, Thunder, Dee Snider, Gojira, the Tea Party, The Sheepdogs, Lovebreakers, Steven Wilson, Nick Perri & The Underground Thieves and more…
All that and much more, including the biggest, loudest rock reviews section on the planet.
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