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The new issue of Metal Hammer celebrates 20 years of Rammstein’s Mutter album

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The new issue of Metal Hammer (opens in new tab) celebrates 20 years of Mutter – the album that made Rammstein (opens in new tab) into superstars. From facing down controversy to sliding out of a giant uterus, we get the stories behind the legendary record that catapulted Germany’s finest to international fame.

We also talk to Amy Lee (opens in new tab) about the turbulent decade that defined the long-awaited new Evanescence (opens in new tab) album The Bitter Truth (opens in new tab), remember the making of Iron Maiden (opens in new tab)’s Killers, get Serj Tankian (opens in new tab) to tell us his life story and learn some life lessons from Lamb Of God (opens in new tab)’s Randy Blythe.

All that plus While She Sleeps (opens in new tab), Cannibal Corpse (opens in new tab), Loathe (opens in new tab), Lingua Ignota, Eyehategod, Bodom After Midnight (opens in new tab), Tetrarch (opens in new tab) and more!

 Only in the brand new Metal Hammer (opens in new tab) – out now.

New Metal Hammer

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New Metal Hammer

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New Metal Hammer

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New Metal Hammer

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New Metal Hammer

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New Metal Hammer

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New Metal Hammer

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New Metal Hammer

(Image credit: Future)

New Metal Hammer

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New Metal Hammer

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New Metal Hammer

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New Metal Hammer

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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.