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COVER STORY

LAMB OF GOD: There have been a great many documentaries made about rock bands, but there has never been one quite like As the Palaces Burn. The film was initially envisaged as one that not only provided a glimpse into the lives of the band members but also stepped beyond that, looking at the fans that follow them and the importance heavy music has in their lives. However, when Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe was arrested in the Czech Republic and charged with manslaughter, everything changed. We spoke to drummer Chris Adler to gain an insight into these events.

IN-DEPTH INTERVIEWS
DANCE GAVIN DANCE:
With a lineup that has seen more changes than most bands could survive, Dance Gavin Dance has refused to tap out. Enlisting singer Tilian Pearson, the band went straight to work on their fifth full-length, Acceptance Speech, taking their unorthodox style beyond the limits. At the same time, it's as balanced and accessible as the band has ever produced. And itís one that guitarist Will Swan looks at with a great sense of pride.

AFTER THE BURIAL: In a progressive scene awash with bands regurgitating the same ideas, After the Burial is proving their worth with the groupís fourth album, Wolves Within. Diverse, weighty, and rife with emotion, it is far and away the best thing the Minneapolis natives have put their name to. We caught up with guitarist Justin Lowe to find out where the band is coming from.

GET SCARED: Many bands have been eclipsed by lead singer drama, and with the departure and return of vocalist Nicholas Matthews, Get Scared could have fallen into that category. The bandís second full-length, Everyoneís Out to Get Me, has enough style and substance to outshine the ominous shadow. Matthews talks about how Get Scared has weathered the proverbial storm.

BEHEMOTH: Frontman, guitarist, and songwriter Nergal has survived political persecution, a cancer scare, and subsequent bone marrow transplant, emerging stronger and more resilient. The musical fruit of these personal triumphs is The Satanist. We spoke to Nergal for his take on the innermost workings of the new album

TOXIC HOLOCAUST: Chemistry of Consciousness is as raw and singular as anything thatís come before it. Equal parts punk and metal, Toxic Holocaust is no mere revival act. Vocalist Joel Grind talks about how the band has risen above a litany of vacuous imitators.

EXMORTUS: Slave to the Sword is the product of lineup chemistry, focused songwriting, and the freshness that comes with a new label. The spirit of heavy metal and a ferocious modern delivery combine to create the quintessential Exmortus album. Drummer Mario Moreno describes the path taken.

IZEGRIM: Getting some attention because theyíve got a female vocalist isnít entirely unwelcome. And given the conceptual curveball theyíve thrown on Congress of the Insane, there are plenty of other salient points in the mix. Jeroen Wechgelaer talks about freak shows, the death metal resurgence, and the double-edged sword of having a female singer.

FEATURED INTERVIEWS
MONSTER MAGNET
BROKEN HOPE
KATAKLYSM
EVERYTHING IN SLOW MOTION
SET TO REFLECT
MOUNT SALEM

SECTIONS
SHOTFIRE: Chrome Divsion, Mos Generator, 7 Seconds, I Killed the Prom Queen

DVDS: Mastodon, Nightwish, Pierce the Veil, Devin Townshend Project
LAST SHOT: Escape the Fate
GIVEAWAY: Win a Jackson Warrior Guitar Autographed by Revocation


+ 106 NEW MUSIC REVIEWS: After the Burial, American Sharks, Bad Religion, William Beckett, Blues Pills, Close Your Eyes, Cult of Luna, Dance Gavin Dance, Dayshell, Death Ray Vision, Deicide, Dethklok, Eat the Gun, Endstille, Evergreen Terrace, Everything in Slow Motion, Exmortus, Generation Kill, Get Scared, Hands Like Houses, Hearts & Hands, Icon for Hire, Impending Doom, Incredible' Me, I See Stars, Izegrim, Kataklysm, Kill Devil Hill, Kill Division, Korn, Leaves' Eyes, Less Than Jake, My Epic, Paradise Lost, Polar Bear Club, Pro-Pain, Seeker, Septic Flesh, Sepultura, Story of the Year, Throwdown, Trivium, Ulver ,Weekend Nachos, Western Addiction, Winds of Plague,
Wolves Like Us, and more!
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