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Metal Hammer Magazine - April 2021

80's Metal

Heavy Fucking Metal & Rock 'N' Fucking Roll

In this packed issue of Metal Hammer, we bring you the top 100 songs of the century, so far! As voted by us, you and your favourite artists.

It caused no end of editorial team arguments over Zoom but at least we’ve now got the ultimate playlist - just what we all need in our lives at the moment! Slipknot, Trivium, System Of A Down, Bloodywood, Ghost, Mastodon, Jinjer, Lamb Of God, Dimmu Borgir, Nightwish, Slayer, Arch Enemy, Coheed And Cambria, Wardruna, Twin Temple, Deftones, Halestorm, In Flames, Lacuna Coil, Asking Alexandria… so many bangers! It’s a huge feature and a brilliant read.

Elsewhere in the mag, we chat to Megadeth’s Dave Ellefson about murder mysteries and going solo, to Papa Roach’s Jacoby Shaddix about collaborating with The Prodigy (someone make this happen!), and to Svalbard’s Serena Cherry about rollercoasters and mental health. Hollywood Undead’s Johnny 3 Tears shows us his record collection, Boss Keloid invite us into the studio, and My Dying Bride reminisce about making The Cry Of Mankind and playing football with Iron Maiden.

We get the lowdown on the best new artists, and bring you the latest news and more than 60 album reviews! The mag comes bundled with a whopping 12 posters, four Iron Maiden beermats, a Ghost laptop sticker and an Alexi Laiho art card, plus there’s a massive playlist featuring loads of the bands in the issue!

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