This month we're celebrating 25 years of grunge, with the story of how Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains and Nirvana changed the world. Told by the likes of Chris Cornell, Dave Grohl, Eddie Vedder and many others.
We take an up-close and personal look at The Tubes; the most outrageous rock band in America in the 70s. Expect sex, satire and homemade bondage-glam outfits and crashing cars through stages. We've also got an exclusive extract from the new book Keith Moon: A Tribute, in which Kenney Jones, Pete Townshend and others remember the legendary Who drummer, and reveal the man behind the myth.
Looking for more? We went record shopping with Opeth (is Mikael Akerfeldt really so obsessed with vinyl?), heard the Gospel According To Francis Rossi – in which he recalls Status Quo's 'cocky' beginnings and meeting the Queen – and learned about Marillion's survival secrets (spoiler alert: they nearly split up over Rudolf The Red-Nosed Reindeer. Yeah, really...). And caught up at length with Meat Loaf as he prepared to release his new album.
As well as this you'll find the definitive buyers guide to BB King, and interviews with the Dirty Strangers, Kansas, PiL man Jah Wobble, Billy Bragg and former Mott The Hoople Ian Hunter and more. All that, and the ultimate rock reviews section (featuring new album reviews for Ian Hunter, Opeth, Whiskey Myers, Devin Townsend and many others, and live reviews for Ramblin' Man festival and Supersonic Blues Machine), plus our free 13-track CD, Enjoy!
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