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Metal Hammer UKMetal Hammer UK

Metal Hammer UK October 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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United Kingdom
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English
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Future Publishing Ltd
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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 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: Steve Brown Cover Manipulation: MagicTorch Artcard illustration: Christian Sloan Hall Image Manipulation: Gary Stuckey Photography Justin Borucki, Derek Bremner, Steve…

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“have you seen this video about chocolate?”

IT’S HARD TO believe that it’s already been five years since I first alerted my Metal Hammer colleagues to a truly bizarre new metal video that was racking up millions of views on YouTube. I was Online Editor at the time; I can safely say that it was the most unexpected phenomenon I’d stumbled across during my time at the mag, and I’m not convinced anything has come close to it since. Within a year, we became the first European magazine to put Babymetal on the cover, and we haven’t looked back – and neither have they. Anyone who caught them smashing Brixton Academy or putting smiles on faces at Glastonbury back in the summer knows that Babymetal remain metal’s most wholesome experience, and as they prepare to unleash their brand…

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meet the band

LOUISE BROCK ART EDITOR Louise is, of course, behind all our badass Hammer covers, but she was particularly hands-on this issue, overseeing Steve Brown’s excellent, space-aged cover shoot with Babymetal at a top-secret location. Well, backstage at Brixton Academy just before they went on. CHRIS CHANTLER WRITER Chris was given the near-impossible mission of curating our look at the 25 greatest power metal albums. We say ‘near-impossible’, because the bugger actually managed to do it. Give that lad a flaming sword and send him dragon-slaying immediately! NICK THORPE WRITER Nick’s background is in tech and games writing, but when he pitched us a brand new idol metal band for an issue where we actually had Babymetal on the cover, it just felt like destiny that he became one of us. Check his interview with Necronomidol…

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never in doubt

“We fucking made it!” The relief onstage was palpable as Parkway Drive finally arrived to kick off their headlining set at Bloodstock Festival last month. After a day of gale force winds caused pandemonium on the bill, rumours abounded that the Aussie metal heavyweights might not even get to play. Eventually, they were merely delayed a little, meaning that Catton was treated to one of its most dynamic and celebratory headline sets yet. Buckets of pyro, towering walls of flame, moving platforms, hell, even a string quartet…if nothing else, it proved that Parkway took their slot very seriously indeed and that Bloodstock is a place where anything can (or almost can’t) happen.…

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“this band is a monster”

LAST MONTH, SLIPKNOT’S sixth studio album, We Are Not Your Kind, reached No.1 in the UK album charts, dethroning Ed Sheeran to claim The Nine’s first chart-topping record on these shores in 18 years. Axeman Jim Root tells Hammer how it really feels to sit atop the mainstream for the first time since Iowa burst its way onto the scene. “It’s a pretty awesome feeling,” says the guitarist. “You could say chart numbers don’t matter but we’re in a day and age where everybody’s streaming music, so to actually sell units and not be an artist like Taylor Swift; that says a lot about our fanbase, maybe even the state of metal in general. To me, it’s a big deal… but if we’d come in at No.20, I’d have said we…

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10 things we learned this month

WE MISS SUMMER ALREADY Between Download, Bloodstock, Metallica, Rammstein and more, it was officially the Biggest Summer Ever. BLOODSTOCK 2020 LOOKS WILD Luckily, as soon as you’ve read our review of this year’s Bloodstock, you can get stoked for Sacred Reich, Black Dahlia Murder and more ripping up 2020! IT’S HALLOWEEN SEASON We don’t care if it’s technically next month, we’re smashing candy and putting on some Hellraiser sequels. GENE SIMMONS IS A POKÉMON NOW Well, basically. There’s a familiar-looking new critter in Pokémon: Sword And Shield. THE HOFF AND UNCLE AL ARE BFFS Ministry legend Al Jourgensen is involved with David Hasslehoff’s new album. There’s nothing we can add to make that sentence sillier. MR BUNGLE ARE BACK The experimental alt-metallers are back for a smattering of shows early next year. OZZY IS A MUTANT According to a recent study of his…

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