Lamb Of God rise up in the new issue of Metal Hammer

Metal Hammer issue 367
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Metal Hammer issue 367

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In the new issue of Metal Hammer (opens in new tab), we find out why Lamb Of God’s new album Omens is angrier than ever – but how Randy Blythe hasn’t lost faith in human nature just yet. From reforestation projects in Ecuador to supporting his friend Damien Echols of the ‘West Memphis Three’, to his photography projects and love of British TV, he’s making the most of his short time here on Earth.

Also in the issue, we mark the 25th anniversary of Metallica’s Reload album by revisiting their controversial mid-90s era. The eyeliner, haircuts and bluesy riffs might have taken them in a controversial direction, but were they right about it after all? 

We also remember Suicide Silence’s Mitch Lucker, 10 years after his tragic passing, and quiz Lzzy Hale on Dio and singing to trees. Elsewhere, we dissect how Hellraiser influenced a generation of metal bands, hang out with The Hu on tour in California, and revisit Murderdolls anthem Dead In Hollywood. 

Plus, we go front row at the unforgettable Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert at London’s Wembley Stadium, watch Machine Head and Amon Amarth set arenas alight, and dive into ambitious new albums from Devin Townsend and Architects.

There’s all this, plus Amy Lee, Sonja, In Flames, Lorna Shore, Coheed And Cambria, Lacuna Coil, Bridear, Cancer Bats and much, more more. 

Order your copy of the new issue of Metal Hammer online now (opens in new tab) and get it delivered straight to your door.


Metal Hammer issue 367

(Image credit: Future)

Metal Hammer issue 367

(Image credit: Future)

Metal Hammer issue 367

(Image credit: Future)

Metal Hammer issue 367

(Image credit: Future)

Metal Hammer issue 367

(Image credit: Future)

Metal Hammer issue 367

(Image credit: Future)

Metal Hammer issue 367

(Image credit: Future)

Metal Hammer issue 367

(Image credit: Future)

Metal Hammer issue 367

(Image credit: Future)

Metal Hammer issue 367

(Image credit: Future)

Metal Hammer issue 367

(Image credit: Future)

Founded in 1983, Metal Hammer is the global home of all things heavy. We have breaking news, exclusive interviews with the biggest bands and names in metal, rock, hardcore, grunge and beyond, expert reviews of the lastest releases and unrivalled insider access to metal's most exciting new scenes and movements. No matter what you're into – be it heavy metal, punk, hardcore, grunge, alternative, goth, industrial, djent or the stuff so bizarre it defies classification – you'll find it all here, backed by the best writers in our game.