Exclusive DARKTHRONE Home Report Featured On New METAL HAMMER DVD

The new issue of Metal Hammer Germany comes with an exclusive DVD, titled "Maximum Metal Vol. 100". The disc contains a never-before-seen home report with DARKTHRONE frontman Nocturno Culto in Norway, plus a visit with EKTOMORF at home in Hungary, where singer Zoltan Farkas gives a tour of his home and rehearsal space, CHIMAIRA open the doors to their tour bus and IN FLAMES frontman Anders Friden talks about the making of the group's new album, "Come Clarity". Also featured on the DVD are new video clips from IN FLAMES, EDGUY, WHITESNAKE, HATESPHERE, AS I LAY DYING, DEATHSTARS, DIR EN GREY, DIABLO, LORDI and SINAMORE. Watch the trailer clip and check out the cover, designed by artist Christian Wahlin (TIAMAT, AT THE GATES, DISSECTION), at this location.


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