The Kerrang! staff’s top albums of 2022

By now, you’ll have seen Kerrang!’s top 50 albums of 2022 list. That itself is a digest, a picture of the year in rock that reflects many things: creative derring-do, game-changing impact, success, and (most importantly) how much a record’s brilliance made it stick out among the rest of the year’s noises. Now we come to something different. Kerrang! is built by the people who w...

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