The UK’s weekly rock and metallic journal Kerrang! will likely be briefly suspending its print publication.
In a assertion written on Thursday afternoon (04/02), Staff Kerrang! introduced that their resolution to droop its print publication for 3 months was as a result of nationwide lockdown in Britain over the novel coronavirus pandemic.
— Kerrang! Journal (@KerrangMagazine) April 2, 2020
“The closure of a number of native newsagents and the lower of gross sales at journey factors within the final fortnight have each affected what we do, together with the comprehensible resolution taken by supermarkets to prioritise the supply of groceries,” they write. “Equally, the concept of telling our viewers to go to a store throughout a interval of excessive contagion appears irresponsible.”
Kerrang! was first revealed in 1981 with AC/DC‘s Angus Younger showing on the quilt of their inaugural challenge.
It will proceed to launch information and content material by way of their web site and digital channels and resume its print publication on July 8 (Wednesday).