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Kerrang! is a weekly music magazine, published in the United Kingdom.The name refers to the sound made when smashing an electric guitar. Kerrang! magazine was first published on June 6, 1981.

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1 they dumped Metal for Grunge it's been a trend-chasing rag ever since
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2 EMAP bought the title became just another corporate bullshit rag after
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3 Geoff Barton left he was the editor who made the magazine great
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4 covering Eminem hip-hop does not belong in a supposed Metal mag
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5 jumped on nu-metal bandwagon & jumped off it again when it was no longer 'cool
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6 Never Boned Still rocks.
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7 Day 1 Sucked from the start.
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1 where to start here? What was once a great magazine covering Metal and rock, has become a trendy waste of paper which you just know to be steered by focus groups and committees. Definitely the decline began when it got bought by EMAP (now Bauer Media), all the great writers left, replaced by trendies that told the readers what they should like, as opposed to informing them what is out there and leaving it to the readers to make their own minds up. As time went on it became less concerned with whether the bands were good, and more concerned with how 'cool' they were. As demonstrated by their incessant bandwagon-hopping, grunge/ska-punk/nu-metal/emo/screamo... I give up! Worse than the NME and that is saying something! -- Submitted By: (ronster500) on August 3, 2009, 4:54 pm - (0 votes) - Login to Vote

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