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December 2013 - HM Magazine By David Stagg
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The December issue of HM Magazine featuring My Epic, Everything in Slow Motion, Watain, Beautiful Eulogy, The Chariot, Righteous Vendetta, Lessons, Watchers and Hunters and Kings and Daughters.
Miss May I - May 2014 - HM Magazine By David Stagg
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MISS MAY I's Levi Benton talks with HM about his need for Miss May I to push beyond what's on their fourth-studio album, 'Rise of the Lion.' ALSO IN THE MAY 2014 ISSUE: KUBLAI KHAN bares their heart... More > on racism, segregation and respect; NEEDTOBREATHE brings a raw sound for 'Rivers in the Wasteland'; WHITECHAPEL opens up about Christian upbringing in Tennessee; a year after the loss of his son, TEDASHII returns to writing; A FEAST FOR KINGS plots their next move in metalcore; COMRADES talk their interesting life as a married, nomadic metal band; and ROBERT RANDOLPH talks with former owner Doug Van Pelt about bringing back rock and roll. The May 2014 issue of HM Magazine is presented by Driven Fest 2014 (drivenfest.us).< Less
January 2014 - HM Magazine By David Stagg
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The March issue of HM Magazine featuring Memphis May Fire's new outlook on life, Demon Hunter's extreme measures and Comeback Kid delivering gold with 'Die Knowing.' More on why John Mark McMillan... More > lives in the Borderlands, former Dashboard Confessional frontman Chris Carrabba is putting down roots with his new band, Twin Forks and blackened death metal geniuses A Hill to Die Upon talk desperation. Exclusive photos of Emery's 10-year anniversary your supporting 'The Weak's End,' and For Today's Fight the Silence Tour. PLUS tons of album reviews from your favorite metal, metalcore and hardcore bands (and the occasional softie).< Less
April 2014 - HM Magazine By David Stagg
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The April issue of HM Magazine - THE PHOTO ISSUE - featuring The Used's return with a sober Bert McCracken, Hundredth releases their second EP, Resist, and we already want a full-length, the future... More > return of Haste the Day, The Overseer learns to let go and Beware the Neverending found its groove. THE PHOTO ISSUE: Featuring live coverage and exclusive photos of Taking Back Sunday, Bring Me the Horizon, Never Say Never Festival, Memphis May Fire, Asking Alexandria, Sleeping Giant, For Today, South By So What, ’68, Like Moths to Flames, South By Southwest, Emmure, We Came as Romans, Letlive., Animals as Leaders, Attila, War of Ages, Silent Planet, Comeback Kid, Phinehas, Mewithoutyou and more. PLUS tons of album reviews from your favorite metal, metalcore and hardcore bands (and the occasional softie).< Less
Memphis May Fire - March 2014 - HM Magazine By David Stagg
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The March issue of HM Magazine featuring Memphis May Fire's new outlook on life, Demon Hunter's extreme measures and Comeback Kid delivering gold with 'Die Knowing.' More on why John Mark McMillan... More > lives in the Borderlands, former Dashboard Confessional frontman Chris Carrabba is putting down roots with his new band, Twin Forks and blackened death metal geniuses A Hill to Die Upon talk desperation. Exclusive photos of Emery's 10-year anniversary your supporting 'The Weak's End,' and For Today's Fight the Silence Tour. PLUS tons of album reviews from your favorite metal, metalcore and hardcore bands (and the occasional softie).< Less
February 2014 - HM Magazine By David Stagg
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The February issue of HM Magazine featuring For Today, Behemoth, New Waters, Kutless, Silent Planet, Moses Uvere PLUS tons of album reviews from your favorite metal, metalcore and hardcore bands (and... More > the occasional softie).< Less
September 2013 (#170) - HM Magazine By David Stagg
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The September 2013 (#170) issue of HM Magazine, featuring The Devil Wears Prada, Beartooth, War Generation and Leaders.
October 2013 - HM Magazine By David Stagg
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The October 2013 issue of HM Magazine featuring Korn, Close Your Eyes, Islander, Perma, Blood of the Martyrs, Wolves at the Gate and Dustin Kensrue.
Oceans Ate Alaska - THE LIVE MUSIC ISSUE - February 2015 By David Stagg
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Breaking through in the U.S. is no easy task, but Oceans At Alaska is long overdue. Their technical prowess and business-savvy makes you think they're a veteran band, but for a debut album, it'll... More > make more than a splash across the pond. The 2015 annual edition of our collection of live music, including an extra-special Tour Photo Diary of Oceans Ate Alaska by Kelly Hamilton, celebrates some of the most unique touring talents, as well as special interviews and quotes from some of the best live acts on the road right now. Nothing More revives the live show, and Miss May I checks in from the Frozen Flame tour the night after their hometown show and Wovenwar's Jordan Mancino recounts his days from high school to his ultimate goal of perfecting his metal live performance every night. Upon a Burning Body vocalist Danny Leal talks the life of a band from San Antonio and life without Whataburger with Darkness Divided vocalist Gerard Mora, as UABB embarks on a gig after their smash cover...< Less
Sworn In - April 2015 - HM Magazine By David Stagg
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Sworn In's newest album, The Lovers / The Devil, is one of the heaviest of the year. Listen in as HM Staff Writer Jordan Gonzalez talks to vocalist Tyler Dennen about the theatrical and inventive... More > lyricism and sound you'll be hearing all summer. Full Devil Jacket roars back after over a decade off. Vocalist Josh Brown speak with Editor David Stagg about his nine lives. Hotel Books begins a new chapter in the band's life, releasing Run Wild, Young Beauty to the world. Cancer Bats have hit it big with Searching for Zero, and their live shows at South By Southwest were can't miss appointments. We explore the correlation between their live shows and the new album. Live reports from South by Southwest and South by So What?!, featuring over 30 pages of photos and three new bands that ripped up Austin. PLUS The Relapse Symphony and others tell us their Not Top Ten Moments, the ReverbNation New Artist Spotlight brings us Amethyst and Doug Van Pelt watches the new To Write Love on Her Arms mo< Less

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Cardboard Cardboard By Patrick G. Redford
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