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The thing about heavy metal is that we as fans love to champion the greats. In fact, I think metal is really the only genre where we truly champion the bands that have had an impact on our lives. Whilst bringing forth things that are new and exciting, there always is time to reflect and remind ourselves why these bands are so revered in our scene. This issue is all about championing the greats of metal and some of the greatest bands metal has to offer grace our issue. One such band is Destruction, the German thrash legends have been at the top of their game for decades and with the release of album number 14, we discover why we are all under attack! Similarly, death metal maestros Immolation reveal their sources for inspiration in a world that is dying and we bask in the glory of the pivotal Nemesis Divina with Satyricon and journey into fantasy with Blind Guardian. Whilst championing the greats of our music is important, we still must focus on those bands that are breaking through today. Manchester's Broken Teeth have ruled the roost of underground hardcore for years now and finally their debut record is here, we find out with the band what it means to be hardcore. We also welcome the return of Despised Icon who are gearing up to unleash the beast! With a full breakdown of this year's Impericon festival and coverage of bands across the entire spectrum of heavy metal; from black metal rifflords Dark Funeral to the new face of thrash metal, Nervosa; there is something for everyone in this issue. And really, that's what metal is all about. James Weaver CEO/Editor In Chief

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