AUGUST 2008 No.112
38 BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE KISS nights, pecking (not necking) and poop pants, Bullet finally come clean as they tackle your questions. . .
56 THE SUBWAYS They may have different surnames, but they’re definitely brothers. ROCK SOUND finds out who gave out the most punches...
60 UNDERØATH Underøath have been creating their sixth studio album in Buckhead, Atlanta and invited ROCK SOUND in for an exclusive look at the recording process. Produced by KSE’s Adam Dutkiewicz and Matt Goldman, the forthcoming record promises to be nothing less than spectacular. . .
“If you try and leave they kill you,
62 SCARS ON BROADWAY With System Of A Down currently on an indefinite hiatus, ROCK SOUND talks to guitarist Daron Malakian about his new band, Barack Obama and Casey Chaos...
so I’m actually quite
terrified right now.” Matt Skiba ON THE CHURCH of satan
Having survived the fall out with their ex-lead-singer, Nightwish remain as insanely popular as ever. ROCK SOUND travel to Mexico City to bask in stupefying opera-metal adulation.
72 BRIGADE VS SLAVES TO GRAVITY When ROCK SOUND met Brigade’s Will Simpson and Slaves To Gravity’s Tommy Gleeson we had expected cheery tales of life on the road. Instead we got soul-searching, self-analysis and a brutal dissection of the British rock scene. . .
74 KIDS IN GLASS HOUSES South Wales exports Kids In Glass Houses have worked hard for their success, but they’re not going to be taking it for granted. ROCK SOUND finds out about life before the band. . .
78 SUB POP – 20TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL Without them we may never have been introduced to bands like Nirvana and Mudhoney. ROCK SOUND looks back at the history of Sub Pop as they celebrate their 20th anniversary. . .