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- interj. The sound of a power chord on an electric guitar.
- v. To play a power chord on an electric guitar.
The masthead is in a font that is made to look cracked, this links to the idea of onomatopoeia that 'kerrang' sounds like the crashing sound of a symbol, connoting again the style of music the magazine is based on.
NME tv, Scuzz, kerrang, MTV, Q, the box ... like the track, and even the video but are bound by strict broadcasting rules.
The album ranges from the heavy kerrang of the opener (“Nothing Too Much Just Out of Sight”) to the plaintive and lo-fi follow-up (“Two Magpies”), reminiscent of the hushed urgency of his early solo albums, and on through string sections and rousing marching-band fervor and even a bit of hymn singing (“Is This Love?”).
Indeed the crunching kerrang of a nicely distorted axe is, in our humble opinion, the finest sound in the world.
Black Dahlia Murder, White Chapel, and more. (www2. kerrang.com)
The idea represented by kerrang here is, to be a performer you have to be cool.
Politics video of how to get a cool long exposure photo on an escalator: musicians on YouTube think extreme guitar soloists, pounding drummers, violin trios, hard-edged vocalists and even animated kerrang-ing Lego musicians.