Metal Hammer December 2019 Issue 329

Metal Hammer December 2019 Issue329
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Metal Hammer December 2019 Issue329
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Metal Hammer December 2019 Issue329
£6.99
Includes Shipping
Metal Hammer December 2019 Issue329
$14.99
Includes Shipping
Published 7th November 

In this packed issue of Metal Hammer, we chat to Five Finger Death Punch about new music, sobriety, band fallouts, meaningful tatts, future plans… and being adopted by Rob Halford. As the 2010s draw to a close, we look at the 20 defining moments of the last decade. Good times, bad times and WTF times aplenty! We turn the clock back 32 years to when we hitched a ride in Slayer’s van (yes, van) on their very first UK tour, and then turn it back even further to party in the swinging 60s with Ghost. The mysterious C.S.R. grants us an exclusive face-to-face interview to talk all things Schammasch, while Liverpool black metallers Dawn Ray’d are raging against the machine. As Max and Iggor Cavalera prepare to bring the classic Sepultura album Beneath The Remains to the UK, we look back at its creation and why it was such a vitally important step for global metal. Amon Amarth’s Johan Hegg dishes out beard advice, Municipal Waste’s Tony Foresta talks Def Leppard and Wu-Tang Clan, Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy talks teaching and religion, Agnostic Front’s Roger Miret reveals he’s still more punk than you, Diamond Head reminisce over Am I Evil?, and we review new music by everyone from Sleep Token to Airbourne and Jinjer to Nile. There are live reviews of Euroblast, Killswitch Engage, Electric Wizard, Cradle Of Filth, Deafheaven, Volbeat, Static-X and more, plus a free CD, beermats and a poster. That should keep you busy for a month…