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Planet Rock Magazine

A celebration of all forms of rock music including classic, metal, blues and prog, Planet Rock Magazine is authoritative, self-assured and rock to the core, well respected by artists, fans and labels alike. Created by fans for fans, the magazine has been created to deliver genuine insight and entertainment, while capturing the conversation of the audience itself. Planet Rock delves deep into stories of the bands you love, with articles that will keep any rock fan happy.

In each issue of your Planet Rock subscription, you will find news, reviews and in-depth interviews with the biggest rock stars, plus coverage of the latest album releases, and fascinating stories behind the music you love. Order your subscription today and rock on!

In recent issues of Planet Rock

Motörhead’s Ace Of Spades: The inside story of Lemmy’s masterpiece… Rob Halford selects his 8 favourite Christmas songs… Glenn Hughes tells all about Deep Purple, Black Sabbath and his many near death experiences… Blood Brothers: A spotlight on Queens of the Stone Age’s Songs For The Deaf… Gig reviews of Marillion, Airbourne and Cormac Neeson… Joe Elliott uncovers the roots of Def Leppard’s rise to megastardom… We salute the talents of legendary Cream drummer Ginger Baker… Steve Vai selects the songs which inspired his journey in rock ‘n’ roll… Album reviews from Alter Bridge, Tool and Black Star Riders… An inside look at the making of the Pink Floyd’s 1975 masterpiece Wish You Were Here… The 100 greatest rock albums of the ’70s… A rare and exclusive interview with Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson, and an in-depth look at the making of the band’s biggest album, Moving Pictures… Order your Planet Rock subscription today for more great stories, reviews and insights like this every two months.

Who reads Planet Rock Magazine?

Passionate rock music fans of all ages.