Contents – Digi-Mag #24

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Welcome to HEAVY DIGI-MAG ISSUE #24!

In this issue, we are going back in time a little and catching up with some absolute legends of rock and metal. Predominantly, L.A. Rap-Metal band, Body Count, are back with as much attitude as before and unfortunately, they have bought the same message as they had back then—racisim and police brutality. Hopefully, their voices can be heard clear and their message paves the way to a safer community for all. *represent*

The band with the most recognisable riff of all, Deep Purples’ “Smoke On The Water”, talk to us about their new, and long awaited, record and the Godfather of shock rock, Alice Cooper joined us for a nostalgic chat.

We also have Peter Criss and Bruce Kulick of KISS on the upcoming KISS Konvention. Steve Hackett, from Prog masters, Genisis, talks about his extraordinary show and we discovered a few interesting things about him.

Mike Portnoy, today, announced an Australian tour with his Shattered Fortress group and we were the first to have a chat to him about it.

 

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