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Rocksound - Issue 188 - July 2014

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Rock Sound Issue 188 - July 2014

Panic! At The Disco + Fall Out Boy, Bury Tomorrow, Neck Deep, Beartooth and many more

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For the first time ever, Panic! At The Disco's Brendon Urie and Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz talk candidly to Rock Sound about their relationship - how it started, how it's been strained over the years through drugs, celebrity and anxiety, and ultimately how it's remained so strong for so long.

Also in the new issue, we say hello to Atlantia elctro moshers Nightmares, Jonny Craig's new band Slaves (US) and 17 more new bands you need to hear right now in Exposure, The Word Alive's Telle Smith gets all lovey-dovey over his bulldog, Mallory Knox face the questions from their fans, while Philip H Anselmo offers us his life lessons and SikTh's incredible debut album is inducted into our Hall Of Fame.

Elsewhere, we get personal with Bury Tomorrow as they tell us the story of how they very nearly fell apart, and we also find out whether the Neck Deep phenomenon that's sweeping the whole damn world has gone to their heads. Caleb Shomo's bares all in his candid interview about new band Beartooth, while The Amity Affliction lay the last year of their lives on the table - depression, anxiety, hospital trips, warts and all.

We've reviewed the newest albums from Lonely The Brave, Verses, Feed The Rhino and over 50 others, and we've got our full AAA report from Impericon Festival in Manchester. Oh, and we may or may not have been to Groezrock.

If that's not enough for you, there are free classic posters of Slipknot, My Chemical Romance, Bring Me The Horizon, Blink-182, Linkin Park and You Me At Six, while our regular 100 % volume CD is stuffed full of free tracks from bands across the issue.

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