In our cover feature we look back at Brian Johnson's career, from life as a skint car roofer to stepping into the huge shoes of Bon Scott and conquering the world. Then fate intervened and he was ousted from AC/DC. So what happens next?
How dark times, loss and difficult changes helped the band to find themselves, and inspired a powerful, uplifting new album.
Previously unseen photographs from the Fab Four’s historic live TV broadcast of All You Need Is Love.
After dark days and high times with Asking Alexandria, the singer is now sober and back with a country-rock confessional.
A tortured soul who left behind some memorable music, the one-time Traffic man remains a mere footnote in rock history. He shouldn’t.
On stage he’s the Kiss icon who rock’n’rolls all night and parties every day. Off stage? Meet the chef and family man, hiding a birth defect but finally growing to accept himself.
That the feral delinquents’ 1986 album Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying? was a classic was a surprise. That they’re still alive to tell the tale is an even bigger one.
Bat Out Of Hell
How Jim Steinman’s vision went from stage show to classic monster hit album and now back to its roots.
Criminals operate legally, guns in America are here to stay, music fans will gravitate to anything that’s good… These and more make up the Gospel According to the Body Count man.
Producer Kevin Shirley says they’re “the best British band since Led Zeppelin”. Can they live up to that lofty billing?