The Rolling Stone was the first magazine to cover heavy metal in an extensive way. Heavy metal was covered from the 1970s and it was until the early 1990s when the Rolling Stone gave it the attention it deserved. The Rolling Stone was known for having one of the best editors in the whole magazine industry and an avid reader of heavy metal. The Rolling Stone magazine was even the place to be for the most sought after bands and it was a magazine that was read by every heavy metal fan.
Kerrang! was the magazine that would show the readers what is happening in the music industry and it was a magazine that was being read by most of the heavy metal fans around the world. From the beginning, Kerrang! had a strong emphasis on bands that were playing in the UK. This was because bands such as the UK's own Iron Maiden and the American band Metallica played their first gigs in the UK. The magazine also concentrated on the most popular rock bands from the US and the UK.
Dark Era Magazine was a publication that was released in the 1990s and it covered a lot of topics but it mainly focused on the heavy metal genre and the music that was played by the bands and the music that was listening to. Some of the bands that the magazine covered are Slipknot, Atreyu, Mushroomhead, Morbid Angel, Slipknot and many more.
The Rolling Stone continues to be a strong presence in the music industry as it covers the most important bands and musicians in the world and it is a magazine that is among the most sought after publications in the whole world.
It was the Rolling Stone that brought about the emergence of the punk rock music and it was also the first magazine to interview the influential bands of the early 1990s such as Nirvana, The Offspring and Pearl Jam. The Rolling Stone even brought the British bands that had been formed during the 1980s to the light. The Rolling Stone even brought about the emergence of the music of the grunge and alternative bands. It was also the first magazine to cover the metal bands that were coming from the US and Europe and even the metal bands that were coming from Japan.
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