Current Issue Of Vandala Magazine

The sun is shining, festivals are happening worldwide and the music is blasting. On the cover, we feature Sabaton who are one of the best metal war storytellers in the entire history of heavy metal! Pär Sundström about Sabaton’s “The Last Stand” and the next thirty years!  We also caught up with Flogging Moll’s Dennis Casey to talk about their recent album ‘Life is Good’. On the other, we have an in-depth interview with Jamie Madrox of Twiztid. Plus we get optimistic with Steve Thill of Sinners Sinners. Also, we hit Beale Street Music Festival, Thaw at the Shaw, Jean Michel Jarre in LA and much more. This plus our regular features and reviews!    READ HERE FREE

May/June 2017 Cover A Last Stand History Lesson An Interview with  Pär Sundström of Sabaton

Sabaton are one of the best metal war story tellers in the entire history of heavy metal! They could teach a history lesson about war hero’s through their music better than someone on the history. We chatted with Pär Sundström about Sabaton’s “The Last Stand” and the next thirty years! […]

Life Is Good (Sort Of) An Interview with Dennis Casey of Flogging Molly […]

What Else Can You do for Anyone but Inspire Them? The Age of Electric  […]

Be Optimistic – An Interview with Steve Thill of Sinner Sinners […]

The Psychomania Tour is Upon Us An Interview with Jamie Madrox of Twiztid […]

Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis Celebrates the 40th Anniversary  […]

Let’s All Hang Out – Weezer, The Trews and The Flatliners  […]

Other Highlights

Kendrick Lamar “DAMN” (Rap)
Joey Bada$$ “All-Amerikkkan Badass” (Rap)
John 5 and the Creatures “Season of the Witch” (Rock/Metal)
Jean Michel Jarre Plays First Concert at the Microsoft Theater In LA
Jimmy Eat World Indulges Crowd
Photo Highlights – Growlers
Thaw From the Shaw 2017
The Last Waltz Tour Brings Historic Line-Up

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