Issue 323’s cover stars are Kiss. We went backstage at the last ever show by the rock icons to talk to Gene and Paul about the enormity of it all, wallow in the end-of-an-era atmosphere and, yes, rock and roll all (one final) night.
Other features include…
Bruce Dickinson fronts the UK’s most successful heavy metal band, has fenced for his country, holds a commercial pilot’s licence, released solo albums, written novels… All this and much more in The Classic Rock Interview.
Nirvana: following its 30th anniversary, we revisit their third and final studio album, In Utero, and the band’s troubled, traumatic final months that surrounded it.
Dirty Honey might be firm believers in the ‘fake it until you make it’ motto, but they’re out there holding their own in the company of Guns N’ Roses, Kiss and more. No fakers here.
Thin Lizzy: it was with third album Vagabonds Of The Western World that the boys arrived in town. This is its story.
Andy Taylor is still best known for being Duran Duran’s guitarist, but his other albums and production work reflect a rocker at heart.
Israel Nash: with his new album he’s following in the footsteps of great songwriters with the American heartland as a rich inspiration.
Regular features include The Doors, Biff Byford, Peter Gabriel, Bill Bailey and more, plus the biggest and loudest rock reviews section on the planet.
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