Metal Hammer 324 Sabaton 'Battle' Bundle

Metal Hammer 324 Sabaton 'Battle' Bundle
£25.00
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Metal Hammer 324 Sabaton 'Battle' Bundle
€38.99
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Metal Hammer 324 Sabaton 'Battle' Bundle
US$44.99
Includes Shipping
Metal Hammer 324 Sabaton 'Battle' Bundle
$44.99
Includes Shipping
To celebrate the release of their new album The Great War, Metal Hammer is proud to team with Sabaton for this world exclusive 'Battle' Bundle. Featuring a custom lyric sheet hand-signed by all five members of the band, an exclusive patch, a sticker sheet, a custom, collectable fold-out tank and an exclusive cover, there are only 300 available worldwide. Get yours while you can.



Metal Hammer Issue 324
In this issue of Metal Hammer, we jump in a tank with the mighty Sabaton, talk to Hellyeah about Vinnie Paul’s last songs, ask a German professor to analyse the lyrics on Rammstein’s new masterpiece, and head to the Taiwanese Parliament with Chthonic. We learn how a haunted house saved Black Sabbath’s career, fire your questions at Motionless In White, find out why Gaahl went rogue, and get back to nature with Heilung. Keith Buckley takes some time out from Every Time I Die and The Damned Things to give us some Life Lessons, Howard Jones reveals a surprising obsession, Bokassa tell us how they hung up the phone on Metallica, and My Dying Bride get cheerful. Well, relatively speaking. We reminisce over the tours that didn’t exactly go according to plan, find out how Duff McKagan ended up between a sparring John Lydon and Henry Rollins, relive the glory days of Skid Row, and listen to Baroness’s John Baizley as he tells us why he’s bringing the colour series to a close. Plus we bring you all the vital news and reviews! Oh, and there’s free posters. And a tank. Yes, a tank. Obviously.