THIS PURCHASE INCLUDES:
Issue #361 - AP x Andy Biersack
Besides navigating his roles as pop-crooning raconteur (Andy Black) and rock god seemingly descended from Valhalla (Black Veil Brides), the real Andy Biersack is grateful for his fans and eager to help make the world a better place. In this lengthy interview, we gave him topics and let him address them without prejudice or filter. From anxiety to androgyny, fashion to Fortnite and many points in between, this sit-down chat reveals many facets to a figure who’s both entertaining and inspiring.
ALSO IN THIS MONTH’S ISSUE:
ALL TIME LOW’s wise-guy guitarist JACK BARAKAT keeps the LOLZ coming, with some occasional short respites of seriousness in this month’s 10 Topics.
GOOD CHARLOTTE develop a cure for what’s troubling Generation RX.
There’s probably more rock action going on in your hometown than there ever was in Boston Manor’s environs in Blackpool, U.K.—which makes their conviction even greater.
They’ve learned from their mistakes and have moved forward proudly. The men of Team WithCon want you to focus on where they are now, as opposed to where they’ve been.
AP’S CLASS OF 2008
We jump in the rock time machine to revisit and reflect on some records that made people’s heads swivel a decade ago. Have we backpedaled on our opinions one albums by 3OH!3, ALKALINE TRIO, ANTHONY GREEN, THE CAB, FALL OUT BOY, THE MAINE, NINE INCH NAILS, FOREVER THE SICKEST KIDS, BRING ME THE HORIZON and PANIC AT THE DISCO? Find out...
IT GOT BETTER
THE INTERRUPTERS’ Aimee Allen vividly recalls how music saved her and how she’s dedicating her life to paying that ideal forward.
This month’s back-to-school edition finds SUM 41 feeling hot for teacher; 3OH!3 revisiting some Happy Days; and PIERCE THE VEIL cramming themselves into lockers.
And as always, we’ve got 10 Essential, 12 Bands, amazing fan art and more!