All Time Low are
more than a band – they’re a global phenomenon. But as we join them on the road
we find out Alex Gaskarth and co
have the secret to eternal life – and they reveal it only to us.
Also – Black Veil Brides make the case for the defence, we take a look inside Kids In
Glass Houses’ studio as they record album
#3, My Passion answer your
questions (warning: contains violence towards Justin Bieber), Twin
Atlantic and We Are The Ocean confirm their the UK’s next bright hopes and The
King Blues get angry. Okay, angrier.
THIS MONTH – An exclusive Architects /
Drop Dead art print, 100% Volume CD featuring 15 of the hottest bands from
this month’s issue, and exclusive Sonisphere centrefold poster.
Not only that, but Sean Smith from The Blackout gets personal with your problems, Taking
Back Sunday, Crazy Arm and Trivium talk about their new albums, Lower Than
Atlantis show their sensitive side, letlive. convince us (again) to join their crusade against
bad music, Skindred fly their
flag of unity high, Silverstein
make their emotional return and Small Brown Bike remind us why they were such legends in the first
Looking for a new favourite band? Our Exposure section
brings you the hottest new stuff from across the world – this month we’re
getting all hot and bothered about The Computers, Title Fight, Iron
Chic, Revoker, Balance And Composure, Social Suicide and loads more.
We’ve reviewed and rated new albums from the likes of
Twin Atlantic, This Will Destroy
You, Lower Than Atlantis, We Are
The Ocean and more, as well as shows from Glassjaw, The Blackout, Funeral For A Friend
and Rise Against among others.
Rock Sound issue 148:
available from WHSmith and all good newsagents. Buy it or we’ll make X Factor
go on all year round.