The newest issue from UK’s Stencil online rock / metal / punk magazine is up now, ready for you to dive into it and read some cool pieces on FOUR YEAR STRONG, ANTI-FLAG, THE STORY SO FAR, ROLO TOMASSI, MILLENCOLIN, FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND, WILL HAVEN, SUPERHEAVEN and dozens other bands!
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Hello and welcome to issue 31 of Stencil Mag! Join us as we catch up with some of the busiest and hardworking musicians out there. We get up to date with new releases from Anti-Flag, Four Year Strong, The Story So Far, Three Days Grace, Millencolin, In Hearts Wake, and MANY more! If you’re heading to Download Festival then make sure you check out our interviews from The Ghost Inside, Lacuna Coil, Every Time I Die who all tell us what we can expect to see from them at this year’s event! To add to this, we also have a huge preview on the weekend, where our writers have put together a list of bands that just have to be seen live, it includes A Day To Remember, Rise Against, Parkway Drive and MANY more, so if you’re unsure who to watch, then get involved with that!Our main article comes from Cradle of Filth as we talk to their front man Dani Filth to go into detail about what their extremely impressive career has been like for him, whilst also discussing the story behind their highly anticipated upcoming album ‘Hammer of the Witches’!London Film & Comic Con & Nass Festival are just around the corner, so take a read as we chat with huge talent from both of these events such as Mike Perkins, Andy Diggle & Tom Justice. For those into photography & filming then you will want to check out our feature with Ben Morse who tells us what’s it like to take this hobby and make a living out of it, as well as what it’s like to work with the very talented Frank Turner! If you like old school computer games such as Donkey Kong, Goldeneye, Banjo-Kazooie then DO NOT miss out on our feature with Playtonic Games who tell us how they created their own company which went on to complete a $1 million kickstarter campaign in support of their upcoming game Yooka-Laylee, which we hear is inspired by all of the games they created previously! Enjoy!