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Iron Fist Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year Iron Fist is a new magazine aimed squarely at disciples of heavy metal, whether that be traditional, classic or new wave of British heavy metal, black, death, thrash or doom. Iron fist is born out of passion for music, and is a call to arms for other metal maniacs that want to reminisce about the genre’s early days while remaining hungry for the new blood which keeps scene alive. Iron Fist is the bi-monthly bible for those that can’t live without their denim and leather.

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Iron Fist  |  Issue 17  


It’s been a difficult time for heavy metal of late. We knew he was sick but Ian Fraser Kilmister, with that indomitable spirit, wouldn’t let us, his fans, down. Recording albums and playing live right up until the end, it’s as if we knew the day would come but neither he, nor us, would accept that crushing fate. For weeks there seemed like an outpouring of collective grief. Even when the godlike Bowie and then the rock of which so much of heavy metal is built, Jimmy Bain, passed away it all got caught up in this exhausting wave of despair.
Doing a new issue of Iron Fist felt meaningless; we were named after a Motorhead song and now Motorhead was no more. While every other magazine poured over the details of Lemmy’s life, we wanted to mourn the band as well as the man and through our haze turned to the only person we could think of, Jase Of Spades from the blog 366 Days Of Motorhead to help us both with our office playlists and tribute. In this issue he reminds us of the many albums, live recordings and rare tracks that the ‘Head have left as their legacy.

Featuring interviews with Michael Schenker, Mama’s Boys (who had their own tragedy at the hands of the Big C) and a trip down the memory lane of the East Midland’s heavy metal scene of the ‘80s with Hell, Sabbat and Wytchfynde, as always with the bands featured in Iron Fist they have taken that punk-soaked power of Motorhead into their own arsenal, while some have taken the attitude while forging down their own path. No matter who we featured in this issue, what it proved was that we can mourn Motorhead, we should mourn Motorhead but that what they gave us was eternal, and that is inspiration
Iron Fist is a new magazine aimed squarely at disciples of heavy metal, whether that be traditional, classic or new wave of British heavy metal, black, death, thrash or doom. Iron fist is born out of passion for music, and is a call to arms for other metal maniacs that want to reminisce about the genre’s early days while remaining hungry for the new blood which keeps scene alive. Iron Fist is the bi-monthly bible for those that can’t live without their denim and leather.

Iron Fist is for fans of bands who push the boundaries of performance, who don’t just play a show, they put on a show, who write music that has a mission statement, who play like their lives depend on it. With blood, sweat and tears, Iron Fist will follow their journeys whether it’s their 30th year of extremity or their first steps to heavy metal infamy. If it’s being talked about in the obsessive circles of the heavy metal underground then Iron Fist will be on the frontline.

Founded in 2012 and staffed exclusively by a team of steel-obsessed connoisseurs Iron Fist is the go-to publication for all your heavy metal needs.
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Iron Fist   |   Issue 17   


It’s been a difficult time for heavy metal of late. We knew he was sick but Ian Fraser Kilmister, with that indomitable spirit, wouldn’t let us, his fans, down. Recording albums and playing live right up until the end, it’s as if we knew the day would come but neither he, nor us, would accept that crushing fate. For weeks there seemed like an outpouring of collective grief. Even when the godlike Bowie and then the rock of which so much of heavy metal is built, Jimmy Bain, passed away it all got caught up in this exhausting wave of despair.
Doing a new issue of Iron Fist felt meaningless; we were named after a Motorhead song and now Motorhead was no more. While every other magazine poured over the details of Lemmy’s life, we wanted to mourn the band as well as the man and through our haze turned to the only person we could think of, Jase Of Spades from the blog 366 Days Of Motorhead to help us both with our office playlists and tribute. In this issue he reminds us of the many albums, live recordings and rare tracks that the ‘Head have left as their legacy.

Featuring interviews with Michael Schenker, Mama’s Boys (who had their own tragedy at the hands of the Big C) and a trip down the memory lane of the East Midland’s heavy metal scene of the ‘80s with Hell, Sabbat and Wytchfynde, as always with the bands featured in Iron Fist they have taken that punk-soaked power of Motorhead into their own arsenal, while some have taken the attitude while forging down their own path. No matter who we featured in this issue, what it proved was that we can mourn Motorhead, we should mourn Motorhead but that what they gave us was eternal, and that is inspiration
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Iron Fist magazine print subscription.
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