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The second volume of this popular book, pulled from the pages of HM Magazine’s “What So & So Says” interviews with mainstream rock stars, who share their thoughts on music, God and more.

“Here are the interviews I personally hand-picked for this volume,” explains the author (by the way, just ask and your copy will be signed):
Thrice, Collective Soul, Meshuggah, Taking Back Sunday,
Extreme, Rob Halford (Fight, Judas Priest),
Chris Cornell (Soundgarden, Audioslave), Dimmu Borgir,
Morbid Angel, King Diamond, Megadeth, H.I.M., Cradle of Filth,
Killswitch Engage, Slipknot, Lamb of God, Type O Negative,
Every Time I Die, The Alarm, Midnight Oil, Scott Stapp (Creed),
My Chemical Romance, Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden), Slayer
and Ronnie James Dio.

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