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In RS192, we speak exclusively to Gerard Way about the past, the present and the future, and catch up with his ex-My Chemical Romance bandmates Mikey WayFrank Iero and Ray Toro - yep, they’re all in there! Also inside the mag: Motionless In WhiteBury Tomorrow, BeartoothTwin Atlantic, Linkin ParkThirty Seconds To Mars and everybody else that matters.

 

In Rock Sound 192, Gerard Way opens up in his most candid interview yet, and explains why he’s no longer speaking as the voice of a generation. This time around, he’s speaking for himself.

 

If you’re a My Chemical Romance fan, the good stuff doesn’t end there! Elsewhere in the mag, Frank Iero tells us about the light and dark of debut album ‘Stomachaches’, Gerard’s brother Mikey Way gives us the first interview on his new band Electric Century, and there’s even an update from Ray Toro, too! PLUS, you’ll get six classic MCR posters to fill your walls. Not bad, eh?

ALSO IN THE MAGAZINE: We go Access All Areas at Leeds Festival, and give you the definitive run-down of who killed it and who should have stayed at home. Motionless In White take aim at money-grabbing bands, Twin Atlantic tell us why they might be more punk than you think, Marmozets get weird and wonderful, and we get the skinny on album number three from The Xcerts.

Looking for new music to get your ears around? Our Exposure section is stuffed full of new bands for you to discover, including American FangsCreeperRob LynchK. FlayVioletHeartist and of course, Mikey Way’s Electric Century.

PLUS: Bury Tomorrow's Dani Winter-Bates tells us about his cop show obsession, Architects' 'Hollow Crown' enters our Hall Of Fame, Beartooth's Caleb Shomo dishes out his Life Lessons and Deaf Havana face a proper grilling from their fans. 

In reviews, we rate the new efforts from Lower Than AtlantisNew Found GloryThe Madden BrothersMotionless In WhiteLightsFinchYellowcardWeezer, and give our final verdict on Gerard’s debut solo effort ‘Hesitant Alien’. PLUS we go behind the barrier with Linkin ParkThirty Seconds To Mars and AFI on the CARNIVORES tour, and we review Young Guns' first UK live show in what feels like AGES!

Want posters? We’re spoiling you this month. As well as SIX classic My Chemical Romance posters, you’ll get a MASSIVE double-sided poster of 5 Seconds Of Summer and All Time Low - the only decision you have to make is which side you choose!

Want music? OF COURSE YOU DO! Our regular covermount CD is stuffed full of 15 of the hottest new tracks from Lower Than AtlantisMotionless In White, MarmozetsFrnkiero Andthe Cellabration and many more. Whatever your bag, there’s something you’ll love on it. Promise.

 

In RS192, we speak exclusively to Gerard Way about the past, the present and the future, and catch up with his ex-My Chemical Romance bandmates Mikey Way, Frank Iero and Ray Toro - yep, they’re all in there! Also inside the mag: Motionless In White, Bury Tomorrow, Beartooth, Twin Atlantic, Linkin Park, Thirty Seconds To Mars and everybody else that matters.
 
In Rock Sound 192, Gerard Way opens up in his most candid interview yet, and explains why he’s no longer speaking as the voice of a generation. This time around, he’s speaking for himself.
 
If you’re a My Chemical Romance fan, the good stuff doesn’t end there! Elsewhere in the mag, Frank Iero tells us about the light and dark of debut album ‘Stomachaches’, Gerard’s brother Mikey Way gives us the first interview on his new band Electric Century, and there’s even an update from Ray Toro, too! PLUS, you’ll get six classic MCR posters to fill your walls. Not bad, eh?
ALSO IN THE MAGAZINE: We go Access All Areas at Leeds Festival, and give you the definitive run-down of who killed it and who should have stayed at home. Motionless In White take aim at money-grabbing bands, Twin Atlantic tell us why they might be more punk than you think, Marmozets get weird and wonderful, and we get the skinny on album number three from The Xcerts.
Looking for new music to get your ears around? Our Exposure section is stuffed full of new bands for you to discover, including American Fangs, Creeper, Rob Lynch, K. Flay, Violet, Heartist and of course, Mikey Way’s Electric Century.
PLUS: Bury Tomorrow's Dani Winter-Bates tells us about his cop show obsession, Architects' 'Hollow Crown' enters our Hall Of Fame, Beartooth's Caleb Shomo dishes out his Life Lessons and Deaf Havana face a proper grilling from their fans. 
In reviews, we rate the new efforts from Lower Than Atlantis, New Found Glory, The Madden Brothers, Motionless In White, Lights, Finch, Yellowcard, Weezer, and give our final verdict on Gerard’s debut solo effort ‘Hesitant Alien’. PLUS we go behind the barrier with Linkin Park, Thirty Seconds To Mars and AFI on the CARNIVORES tour, and we review Young Guns' first UK live show in what feels like AGES!
Want posters? We’re spoiling you this month. As well as SIX classic My Chemical Romance posters, you’ll get a MASSIVE double-sided poster of 5 Seconds Of Summer and All Time Low - the only decision you have to make is which side you choose! Want music? OF COURSE YOU DO! Our regular covermount CD is stuffed full of 15 of the hottest new tracks from Lower Than Atlantis, Motionless In White, Marmozets, Frnkiero Andthe Cellabration and many more. Whatever your bag, there’s something you’ll love on it. Promise.

 
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Ready for the Aussies. Photo cred @rocksound / @markforrer

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Ready for the Aussies. Photo cred @rocksound / @markforrer

A wild @donbroco emerges from the @officialrandl wilderness!

Our 15 seconds with Issues at @officialrandl may have caused some, um, band issues.