The man with the beard is back, and today he’s taking aim at controversial r’n'b metallers, Issues!
Dom’s Iron Sandwich
He’s back! Watch Dom’s review of new Behemoth album ‘The Satanist’ inside.
Metal Hammer scribe Dom Lawson reviews the new Hatebreed album The Divinity Of Purpose, out January 28 via Nuclear Blast. He’s not all splodgy-faced like in the last Iron Sandwich, though.
In this special Iron Sandwich, we get resident metal ultra-fan Dom Lawson to count down his top 20 albums of 2012! Here’s Part 2, which is a bit late, mainly because it came in over Christmas and we were very, very drunk. Sorry guys.
Dom Lawson bloody loves a bit of djent, he does. He also likes a bit of hip hop (oh come on, we’ve seen you throw down to Public Enemy in that club on the weekends. Don’t lie), which is why we got him to review the new EP from techie hip hop/djent crew Hacktivist. Here’s his thoughts…
Hot on the heels of new video Set To Fail, Vision Of Disorder’s long-awaited new album The Cursed Remain Cursed gets the review treatment from Metal Hammer writer and owner of lovely hair, Dom Lawson. OPEN UP THAT PIT!
Our Dom Lawson puts the punk into spunk (or something), so we got him to review the new album from Watford punk heavyweights Gallows. It’s the band’s first opus without former frontman Frank Carter after ex-Alexisonfire singer Wade MacNeil stepped into the fold earlier this year.
We’ve all been busy throwing together our favourite albums of the year so far, and now it’s time for Iron Sandwich monger Dom Lawson to have a pop.