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Greta Van Fleet: Best New Band

Kerrang! Magazine Readers Poll - Best New Band of 2018

Kerrang! magazine readers voted Greta Van Fleet New Band of the Year for 2018. 

The Kerrang! Best of 2018 Readers Poll also saw Greta Van Fleet in the #4 position for Band of the Year and Album of the Year for Anthem of the Peaceful Army

Kerrang! featured Greta Van Fleet on the cover of issue #1743 with an accompanying in-depth article.

What is Kerrang! Magazine?

If you're not familiar with Kerrang! magazine, here's some info:

* Kerrang! publishes both a print issue and online from its headquarters in the UK. The magazine covers the rock scene in Europe, the United States, and around the world.

From the magazine itself:

* "Kerrang! is the world’s biggest-selling weekly music magazine, and represents a global community of musicians and fans alike."

* "A staunch supporter of fresh talent, Kerrang! is also home to the biggest names in metal, punk and alternative music as a whole."

* Launched in 1981, Kerrang! was the first magazine to champion heavy music anywhere in the world ...."

Where can I find Kerrang! magazine? How do I subscribe?

The easiest way to subscribe to Kerrang! magazine is to sign up for the Kerrang! weekly newsletter. Of course, that assumes you prefer to read magazines online.

For print issues of Kerrang! magazine (which are nicely produced), subscribe on the shop.kerrang.com website. A one-year subscription to Kerrang! as of 3 Jan 2019 costs:

£116.00 GBP (UK) 

$146.59 USD (United States)

€128.58 EUR (Eurozone)

$207.97 AUD (Australia)

$198.58 CAD (Canada)

$217.57 NZ (New Zealand)

zł549.21 PLN (Poland)

Since exchange rates fluctuate daily, if you don't live in the UK, convert £116.00 to your monetary unit.

I don't know about other countries, but for the United States there is no additional cost for postage. So, for the U.S. that's only $2.93 per issue, postage paid, which is quite a deal compared to the cost of most print magazines these days.



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