Classic Rock - Issue 252

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Published 24th July 

This month’s cover stars are Soundgarden. We chart their rise from superunknowns to grunge godfathers, from their acrimonious split to their imperious re-formation and their sudden, tragic end. Also in this issue: how Roger Waters rebuilt his career via a concert of The Wall in Berlin and his third solo album Amused To Death. Reef – they exploded in the 90s, imploded in the noughties, and now they’ve fired back with a rule-breaking fifth album. How the birth of glam rock put fun, flamboyance, excitement, colour and glitter back into music. Meet the Grammy-nominated trio the Record Company. Alice In Chains headed back to Seattle to make their new album, and faced their old ghosts head-on. Halestorm have got mad and got Vicious – find out why. Urge Overkill were just another band going nowhere. Then Quentin Tarantino came calling and it all kicked off. Plus: the story behind Garbage’s ‘I Think I’m Paranoid’, Lucero, Mark Tremonti, Richard Thompson Buyer’s Guide, Q&A with Heart’s Ann Wilson, and not forgetting the biggest and loudest rock reviews section on the planet. All this and a free 14-track CD featuring the best new bands around, including Dead Man’s Whiskey, Crazy Bull, Stone Cold Killer and more. And don’t miss the chance to subscribe and get a free outdoor bluetooth speaker worth £39.99!