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Metal Hammer UK

Metal Hammer UK

February 2020

For over three decades, Metal Hammer has brought the biggest and the best in the world of metal each and every single month. From exclusive interviews with the biggest bands in our game to celebrating the rise of the new artists taking our genre into its next chapter, we represent heavy music in all its many forms, offering world class features, unbiased reviews and special looks inside the scenes no one else will talk about. Be it heavy metal, punk, hardcore, grunge, alternative, goth, industrial, djent or the stuff so bizarre it defies classification, you'll find it all here and backed by the best writers and photographers in our game. If you like heavy music on any level, welcome to your new favourite magazine.

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Editorial Editor Merlin Alderslade merlin.alderslade@futurenet.com Deputy Editor Eleanor Goodman eleanor.goodman@futurenet.com Production Editor Vanessa Thorpe vanessa.thorpe@futurenet.com Reviews Editor Jonathan Selzer jonathan.selzer@futurenet.com Art Editor Louise Brock louise.brock@futurenet.com Online Editor Alice Pattillo alice.pattillo@futurenet.com Online News Editor Scott Munro scott.munro@futurenet.com Content Director – Music Scott Rowley Contributors Emmie Bielby, Dean Brown, Cheryl Carter, Richard Chamberlain, Chris Chantler, Alec Chillingworth, Toby Cook, Ali Cooper, Joe Daly, Alex Deller, Malcolm Dome, John Doran, Dave Everley, Jerry Ewing, Paris Fawcett, Connie Gordon, Stephen Hill, Emma Johnston, Dom Lawson, Dannii Leivers, Dave Ling, Sophie Maughan, Edwin McFee, Chris McGarel, Ken McIntyre, Joel McIver, Tom O’Boyle, Dayal Patterson, Greg Prato, Adam Rees, Alastair Riddell, Natasha Scharf, Nick Thorpe, James Weaver, Christina Wenig, Jon Wiederhorn, Holly Wright, Nik Young Cover image: Devin Townsend: Steve Brown, King Diamond: Travis Shinn, Myrkur: John McMurtrie, Parkway Drive: Dave LePage Image Manipulation: Gary Stuckey Photography Ben Bentley, Justin Borucki, Derek…

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start your year right

OUR FIRST ISSUE of the year is always a big one. It sets out our stall for the year ahead. What kind of statement do we want to make? How do we try to raise the bar and push ourselves forwards? This time, we decided to pull absolutely no punches: four covers, four different bands – artists who represent not just what we’re excited about for the coming 12 months, but the huge breadth and depth of the heavy metal scene in 2020. This April, Parkway Drive will be headlining London’s Wembley Arena. It’s an astonishing achievement for a band who continue to challenge themselves in a bid to become one of metal’s most vital names. Then you have Devin Townsend. One of the most unique and essential artists in metal…

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meet the band

DAVE EVERLEY WRITER Dave spent most of 2019 with us writing about historically themed epic metal bands (hello, Sabaton and Amon Amarth!), so we thought we’d have him kick off 2020 with a different tack – popping to Denmark for an audience with the Queen Of Extreme, Myrkur. JOHN McMURTRIE PHOTOGRAPHER When we knew we wanted to present Myrkur in a way no one had ever seen before, there was only one person for the job. And if you think the cover we ended up with is wild, you should have seen some of the crazy shit we first started with… PARIS FAWCETT WRITER Paris joined Hammer last year and continues to bring us the stories behind some of the scene’s best young bands. This month is no exception; check out her interview with teenage…

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hail the leaf

MEET THE NEPALESE metalhead equivalent of Greta Thunberg: Flower KC, director of Silence Festival in Kathmandu, is also the mastermind of t’pree, a project making entirely biodegradable plates from leaves that’s shaping the future of disposable products at music festivals. Unlike other biodegradable products that actually require industrial facilities to reduce them to compost, t’pree’s plates can be simply left on the ground and not only disintegrate into the soil, they leave behind high levels of nutrient compost which fertilises the land. Having moved to the UK in 2008, Flower began to feel that many British music festivals were severely lacking in their attempts to cater for the environment – especially when it came to cleaning up after two or three days of carnage and considering what we’re all leaving behind…

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10 things we learned this month

2020 IS GONNA BE FUCKING ACE Don’t believe us? Allow us the next 122 pages to show you why… AND JANUARY’S THE MONTH OF METAL Slipknot shows! Five Finger Death Punch and Megadeth! Dimmu Borgir! Twin Temple! It’s all kicking off! THE GRAMMYS STILL DON’T GET METAL Although Death Angel bagging a gong would be both nuts and pretty cool. WE NOW LIVE IN A WORLD WITHOUT SLAYERRR Let us be the first to say we are totally OK with them pulling a Mötley Crüe. WEST HAM ARE METAL They’ve done an official collab with Iron Maiden. We suspect our own Hammer Dom Lawson will be happy with that. KILLSWITCH ENGAGE ARE METAL’S HARDEST WORKERS According to recent data published by the ICMP. Fair play, lads IT’S GONNA BE A BIG SUMMER FOR 90S KIDS Pearl Jam and Pixies in London! Faith No…

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ten duck-sized cowboys or a cowboy-sized duck?

IT’S THE MIDDLE of Volbeat’s UK tour for Rewind, Replay, Rebound when we chat with Michael Poulsen. Seated quietly in a dressing room, he nurses a sore throat but refuses to let down the excited fans that can be heard in the street below. The affable Dane doesn’t disappoint Hammer either, stepping up to answer your questions with a mixture of honesty, sincerity, laughter and complete bafflement. Given some of these, you can hardly blame him… How do you pick the artists that you collaborate with? @Chadr666 (Twitter) “I almost never write songs with artists in mind. The only time that happened was with King Diamond. He was in my thoughts when I wrote Room 24 [from 2014’s Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies]. With the other collaborations, they kind of just happened. I…