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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  |  Feb/Mar 15  


1984, the year of miner's strikes and Mitsui Miike, the AIDS virus and Band Aid, Richard Ramirez and crack cocaine; not quite the dystopia Orwell predicted (although Mark Zuckerberg was born!) but close. However, amidst the civil unrest, famine and fear, heavy metal thrived, birthing the likes of Nuclear Assault, Razor, Candlemass and Death. This landmark year offered up milestone albums from Judas Priest, Metallica and Scorpions, the return of Deep Purple, debuts from Saint Vitus, Trouble and Running Wild, EPs from Sodom, Slayer and Celtic Frost, AC/DC headlined Monsters Of Rock, Iron Maiden went behind the Iron curtain and Venom made a concept album. All in all, it was a pretty good year, as proved many times in the past 12 months when we've published articles celebrating the 30th birthdays of some of our most-played record, from Exciter's 'Violence & Force' to Twisted Sister's 'Stay Hungry'. So, in December, when other magazines were busy making their best of 2014 lists, we were too busy listening to 'Don't Break The Oath' and 'Apocalyptic Raids'. That's not to say 2014 didn't have its fair share of Ecstacy & Danger, there was Ample Destruction from At The Gates, Triptykon, Morbus Chron, Black Trip and Blues Pills all proved they were a Rising Force, it's just that our minds were set three decades back, and so we decided to make our Albums Of The Year list, with one caveat, that the year be 1984. We argued and debated and eventually came up with the ultimate Top 20 albums of that year, and soaring into the lead was a surprising debut. Beating Metallica, Maiden and Mercyful Fate, the debut from Bathory took our top slot. How could a debut, and one so raw and savage, beat off the metallic greats? Erik Danielsson from Watain said it best when he told us “Its violent pandemonium lay ground for what would become one of the most feared and revered genres of music ever to exist”. And because of that we were honoured to give the Yellow Goat the accolade it deserves.
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   |   Feb/Mar 15   


1984, the year of miner's strikes and Mitsui Miike, the AIDS virus and Band Aid, Richard Ramirez and crack cocaine; not quite the dystopia Orwell predicted (although Mark Zuckerberg was born!) but close. However, amidst the civil unrest, famine and fear, heavy metal thrived, birthing the likes of Nuclear Assault, Razor, Candlemass and Death. This landmark year offered up milestone albums from Judas Priest, Metallica and Scorpions, the return of Deep Purple, debuts from Saint Vitus, Trouble and Running Wild, EPs from Sodom, Slayer and Celtic Frost, AC/DC headlined Monsters Of Rock, Iron Maiden went behind the Iron curtain and Venom made a concept album. All in all, it was a pretty good year, as proved many times in the past 12 months when we've published articles celebrating the 30th birthdays of some of our most-played record, from Exciter's 'Violence & Force' to Twisted Sister's 'Stay Hungry'. So, in December, when other magazines were busy making their best of 2014 lists, we were too busy listening to 'Don't Break The Oath' and 'Apocalyptic Raids'. That's not to say 2014 didn't have its fair share of Ecstacy & Danger, there was Ample Destruction from At The Gates, Triptykon, Morbus Chron, Black Trip and Blues Pills all proved they were a Rising Force, it's just that our minds were set three decades back, and so we decided to make our Albums Of The Year list, with one caveat, that the year be 1984. We argued and debated and eventually came up with the ultimate Top 20 albums of that year, and soaring into the lead was a surprising debut. Beating Metallica, Maiden and Mercyful Fate, the debut from Bathory took our top slot. How could a debut, and one so raw and savage, beat off the metallic greats? Erik Danielsson from Watain said it best when he told us “Its violent pandemonium lay ground for what would become one of the most feared and revered genres of music ever to exist”. And because of that we were honoured to give the Yellow Goat the accolade it deserves.
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Iron Fist magazine print subscription.
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