Classic Rock Issue 282 (December 2020)
In this issue's cover feature we talk exclusively to Angus and Johnno about the return of AC/DC with their new album. We pay tribute to the late, great Eddie Van Halen, one of rock's greatest ever guitarists and how Black Stone Cherry rejuvenated southern rock, weathered turmoil and survived.
RATM's Tom Morello takes us back to his early years, with personal photos and recollections from his new book. As a teenager Orianthi played with Santana and Steve Vai. Now she's an in-demand guitarist. And she has a new record.
Welcome to Blue Öyster Cult's first new album in almost 20 years.
Tyler Bryant & The Shakedownr esponded to lockdown by making an album at home in Nashville. But how did their livewire frontman take to being locked down?
Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs: longtime Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers "co-captain" and current Fleetwood Mac guitarist Campbell's side-project have finally released their debut album.
Biff Byford tells the story behind Saxon's 747 (Strangers In The Night).
Jane's Addiction main man Perry Farrell on his new box set, becoming a quarter of an inch taller, and the power of PG Tips.
In The Hot List we look at 12 essential new rock tracks. This month they include Greta Van Fleet, Larkin Poe, Empyre, Hawxx and more?
And of course we've got the biggest and loudest rock reviews section on the planet.
NOTE: This is the export edition and does not include the pull-out Van Halen magazine or the sticker -- those are UK printing only.