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Metal Hammer Magazine - Summer 2022

80's Metal

Heavy Fucking Metal & Rock 'N' Fucking Roll!

In this issue of Metal Hammer, we chat to Las Vegas’s finest, Five Finger Death Punch, about their new music, new outlook, and their new metaverse

Ivan Moody reveals the near-death experience and life-changing events that influenced upcoming album AfterLife, while Zoltan Bathory unveils ambitious plans for their future.

Judas Priest relive the making of Screaming For Vengeance, and how it nearly broke them, while Amon Amarth and wrestler Erick Redbeard bond over their mutual love of contact sports and Vikings.

Arch Enemy’s Alissa White-Gluz tells us about her early years, and we visit black metallers Watain at home in Sweden (surprisingly, it wasn’t all doilies and floral throw pillows).

Legendary producer Ross Robinson talks wine, self-help and, um, skunks, and Mark Tremonti tells us why he’s embracing his love of Sinatra.

We revisit Rage Against The Machine’s incendiary Sleep Now In The Fire, Jinjer’s Tatiana Shmayluk discusses her love of Britney, the hard road to success, and the horrific events happening in her home country, and thrash OG Scott Ian answers your questions.

Mark Morton reports back from the studio where Lamb Of God are recording their ninth album, Bullet For My Valentine’s Matt Tuck invites us into his record collection, and we chat to Des Moines’ Vended, who have big plans to step out from the shadows of their famous fathers.

All this, plus all the essential news and reviews from the world of metal!

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