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Metal Hammer UK July 2019

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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Future PLC, 1-10 Praed Mews, Paddington, London, W2 1QY Web: www.metalhammer.com Letters: metalhammer@futurenet.com 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 Editor in Chief Scott Rowley Contributors Rob Barbour, Emmie Bielby, Dean Brown, Cheryl Carter, Richard Chamberlain, Chris Chantler, Alec Chillingworth, Toby Cook, Ali Cooper, Joe Daly, Malcolm Dome, John Doran, Dave Everley, Jerry Ewing, Connie Gordon, Jason Hicks, Stephen Hill, Emma Johnston, Dom Laws on, Dannii Leivers, Dave Ling, Sophie Maughan, Edwin McFee, Chris McGarel, Ken McIntyre, Joel McIver, Mörat, Tom O’Boyle, Dayal Patterson, Adam Rees, Alastair Riddell, Natasha Scharf, Holly Wright, Nik Young Cover image: Travis Shinn Image Manipulation: Gary Stuckey Photography Justin Borucki, Derek Bremner, Steve Brown, Stephanie Cabral, Duncan Everson, Mick Hutson, Will Ireland, Tina Korhonen, Marie Korner, John McMurtrie, Kevin Nixon,…

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it was a shotgun blast

REMEMBER THE FIRST time you heard Davidian? Metal has never been the same since Machine Head unleashed that unbelievable slab of thrashy, groove-riddled noise, and 25 years on, that track and the album that bore it have lost none of their potency or influence. It’s no surprise to find that as Robb Flynn looks to rebuild Machine Head in the wake of last year’s turbulent breakdown, he’s also taking the chance to celebrate Burn My Eyes, an album that has meant so much to him, his band and, of course, millions of metal fans around the world. It spurred us to dedicate this issue to the year that changed metal forever. 1994 can be credited as the year that brought us nu metal, established extreme metal on the world stage, introduced…

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meet the band

MALCOLM DOME WRITER A Hammer legend, Malcolm has been at the frontlines of metal journalism for over three decades – in fact, if the stories are to be believed, he’s the man who coined the term ‘thrash metal’. Although whatever happened to that subgenre is anyone’s guess… TRAVIS SHINN PHOTOGRAPHER Our West Coast tog has become a first-choice snapper for many of the US bands you will see in Hammer, and this issue is no exception – he shot this month’s Machine Head cover feature! He also shot a ton of their promo pics, so they obviously like him. Fair fucks. DANNII LEIVERS WRITER Our Dannii has become one of Metal Hammer’s most loyal and reliable scribes in the years we’ve had her, and there’s rarely a week that goes by where she isn’t seen raising horns and…

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the lonely cowboy

JUNE 4, 1994. Donington. Monsters Of Rock. On a stage made famous by poodle-haired, spandex and leather-wearing rock behemoths, a shaven-headed, shorts-wearing, tattooed Phil Anselmo stands, solemnly, bottle of booze in hand, as tens of thousands of metalheads look on. It became an image that perfectly encapsulated the drastic change that metal was undergoing: musically, aesthetically and even culturally. While Pantera didn’t quite steal the show that day (see page 70 for that unexpected story), their ascension to becoming the standard-bearers for heavy music was continuing apace. Metal was in the midst of an evolution. It would never be the same again.…

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SINCE ITS INCEPTION in 2011, designed to celebrate more than four decades of metal history and its impact on the UK, Home Of Metal has proudly stood as our country’s most significant monument to heavy music’s importance to British culture. Now they’re unveiling their biggest celebration yet: a “blockbuster” exhibition honouring the Godfathers Of Metal themselves, Black Sabbath. “The exhibition celebrates Black Sabbath from the perspective of their fans,” notes the official press release, “to show the impact and cultural legacy of the band as pioneers of heavy metal, and to celebrate this unique, significant part of British music heritage.” Given that Home Of Metal is based in Birmingham, the birthplace of our favourite genre, it makes perfect sense to celebrate the band that started it all as the 50 Years Of…

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10 things we learned this month

IS IT ACTUALLY DOWNLOAD NEXT MONTH? It is, isn’t it? How the fuck did that happen? We’re not ready to say bye to Slayer yet, you bastards! Arghhh! WE NEED TO SEE THOSE NEW ’KNOT MASKS Who knows how Mick’s will have evolved this time… oh… BABYMETAL ARE PROPERLY BACK New single! Fewer members! It’s all booting off for our favourite Japanese metal phenomenon. They’re over in the UK this summer, too. SATANISM IS COOL AGAIN According to new movie Hail Satan?. At least we’ll get some good new memes. SABATON LOVE BOATS Especially big war ones, according to recent new video, Bismarck. GLASTO IS METAL Gojira! Venom Prison! Employed To Serve! Glasto is fully embracing the heavy and we are, as the kids put it, here for it. NIKKI SIXX LOVES A SCRAP Nikki vs Kiss. Nikki vs old Ozzy guitarists. It’s…