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Latest Stencil Mag - Issue 36 (31/3/16) Feat Funeral For A Friend, Slam Dunk Preview & Loads More!




So the new Stencil Mag has landed! This was a busy issue for me, as it features 14 reviews that I done! I reviewed, Killswitch Engage, Black Stone Cherry, The Word Alive, Yashin, Brian Fallon, Cold Summer, Natural Strangers, Landscapes, Hollow Leg, Tantal, Tragic Earth, One Step From Falling, Holy Pinto & Rise! I also contributed to the Slam Dunk Festival preview, writing about, Mallory Knox, Young Guns, Of Mice & Men & Cancer Bats! And lastly I done a bit of subediting, helping out with the interview intros! Check all this out, plus all the awesome interviews, reviews & other features!! All free!!

https://issuu.com/stencilmag/docs/issue36

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See my Slam Dunk preview pieces (pg 190): https://issuu.com/stencilmag/docs/issue36/189

My reviews of One Step From Falling & Tragic Earth https://issuu.com/stencilmag/docs/issue36/203

My reviews of Yashin, Cold Summer, Hollow Leg & Tantal https://issuu.com/stencilmag/docs/issue36/205

My reviews of Killswitch Engage, Brain Fallon & Rise: https://issuu.com/stencilmag/docs/issue36/211

Review of Natural Stranger & The Word Alive: https://issuu.com/stencilmag/docs/issue36/213

And lastly review of Black Stone Cherry, Holy Pinto & Landscapes: https://issuu.com/stencilmag/docs/issue36/215



The next Stencil Mag is out end of May & will get us ready for Download Festival! Also it will feature my review of PVRIS opening first headliner UK show in Brighton!! 

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