U.K.'s METAL HAMMER Magazine Salutes OZZFEST

July 19, 2010

According to MusicWeek, Future Publishing has produced a one-off issue of Metal Hammer celebrating the return of Ozzfest to the U.K.

The magazine, produced in partnership with Sharon Osbourne Management, is the official companion to Ozzfest and will be available from retailers across the U.K., as well as merchandise stands at the festival itself.

Metal Hammer Presents: Ozzfest is edited by journalists Alexander Milas and Paul Elliot. The 132-page special includes coverage of all the bands performing at Ozzfest U.K., a history of the festival and a 17-page interview with Ozzy Osbourne.

It comes in an "OzzPack," which costs £7.99 and includes the magazine, an Ozzfest 2010 pin badge and an Ozzy Osbourne mousemat.

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