JULY 2007 No.98
32 MUNICIPAL WASTE On their new album, crossover thrash boozers Municipal Waste give lessons in ‘The Art Of Partying’. ROCK SOUND travels to Virginia to take notes. . .
36 QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE Josh Homme has to be one of the world’s busiest and most prolific high-profile rock musicians, and as ROCK SOUND joins him on a whirlwind journey around London, he’s showing no signs of slowing down. . .
42 ASH By his late teens, Tim Wheeler was a Chart-topping star. More than 10 years on and with an all-new Ash album in tow, he meets ROCK SOUND to review a life less ordinary thus far. . .
44 ENTER SHIKARI Debut album ‘Take To The Skies’ has blasted Enter Shikari into the stratosphere, but can they keep their feet on the ground? ROCK SOUND grills them about musical madness, onstage violence and, erm, Riverdance, as they prepare to “spawn” all over America. . .
52 PELICAN Pelican guitarist Laurent Lebec has seen a lot of this world and has no problems pointing out its shortcomings. ROCK SOUND delves into the sociopolitical inspirations behind new album ‘City Of Echoes’. . .
62 PARAMORE Paramore reckon new album ‘Riot!’ will speak louder than everything that is said about them and allow fans to focus on the creative works made by them. ROCK SOUND meets the band in Boston to find out how. . .
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