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Metal Hammer Magazine - September 2021

80's Metal

Heavy Fucking Metal & Rock 'N' Fucking Roll

In this packed issue of Metal Hammer, we bring you the ultimate lowdown on Iron Maiden’s incredible new album, Senjutsu. It’s their first album in six years and trust us when we say it does not disappoint. Don’t miss our great interview with Bruce and Janick.

Elsewhere in the mag, Alien Weaponry grant us a sneak peek of their ace new album and give us the stories behind the songs (eyeball snacks, anyone?), Carcass’s Jeff Walker tells us about Red Dwarf, break-ups and why you can blame his band for nu metal, and we chat to Between The Buried And Me as they prepare to release Colors II (can it even hope to live up to its predecessor?).

Dordeduh’s Hupogrammos makes peace with the past, we chat to Employed To Serve about their massive, empowering new album, Conquering, and we selfishly steal the Trent Reznor-approved Health away from the indie crowd. We fire your questions at the notoriously shy and retiring Dee Snider (he took them, and surprisingly well), we hit the studio with Norwegian prog metal maestros Leprous, and Born Of Osiris’s Lee McKinney discusses aliens, podcasting and being the metalcore Danny Elfman.

Sepultura’s gentle giant Derrick Green gives us his life lessons, we chat to Kittie about their classic track, Brackish, and in Hot Topic we see how the metal world reacted to the devastating loss of Joey Jordison.

All this, plus all the essential news and reviews from the world of metal, including the new Maiden album!

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