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In this issue of Metal Hammer, we celebrate 30 years of Fear Of The Dark – an album full of contemporary, confident songs designed to bring Iron Maiden into the 90s and ensure their survival in a fast-changing musical landscape. Unfortunately for the band, Bruce Dickinson decided to quit before the second leg of the tour, throwing them into chaos.

 

Elsewhere in the mag, Fozzy’s Chris Jericho waxes lyrical about The Rock, God and, er, Bigfoot, Cradle Of Filth talk magic mushrooms and seeing ghosts, and Cave In remember Caleb Scofield and fill us in on their excellent new album.

 

Faith No More revisit Angel Dust, Bleed From Within tell us how they’re ready for their second shot at the big time, and we get downright weird with Norwegian flamingo fans Trollfest.

 

We chat to Cassyette, Mimi Barks, Mothica and Dana Dentata about smashing boundaries with nu gen, hit the studio with Five Finger Death Punch, get life lessons from Cancer Bats’ Liam Cormier, and Ghost’s Papa Emeritus IV answers your questions.

 

Malevolence’s Alex Taylor invites us into his record collection, Shooting Daggers take on the misogynists with their new EP, and Ville Valo tells us about his new, post-Him project.

 

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

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