Terrorizer 256: Napalm Death

By on 2 February 2015

256Terrorizer 256 is out now! Inside, we catch up with the mighty Napalm Death to find out why the world needs their incendiary, blastbeat addled polemic now more than ever before, and take a look at the long and storied history of German thrash with Kreator, Sodom and Destruction.

We also chat with Venom to discover why Cronos isn’t content to rest on former glories, learn more about the historical conflict that’s inspired Marduk’s new record, get the latest update from Black Breath (direct from Godcity Studio), put Godflesh’s musical knowledge to the test and pay tribute to the late Peter Steele in a Type O Negative retrospective.

We also count down our top 50 releases from last year, alongside brand new features with Obituary, Blind Guardian, Winds Of Genocide, Lord Dying, Xibalba, Warhorse and many more.

Here’s what editor Darren Sadler had to say about this latest issue:

Leading this month’s charge are the mighty Napalm Death. Frankly this magazine wouldn’t exist without them and the legacy they have created in popular culture. I have grown up with Napalm in my life, from my formative years of ‘star-spotting’ Shame Embury at Telford Central train station; watching life-changing TV documentaries on the Beeb; the countless live shows over the years and I’ll never forget a night in London after a show which eventually led to me meeting my best friend and now wife.

It’s an honour to have them back on the cover again – the new album kills and as always Barney and Shane have plenty to discuss. We hope you enjoy the read. Napalm aren’t the only legends contained within – this month we welcome the return of Venom, and catch up with Obituary too and celebrate the world of classic German thrash thanks to a wonderful article by our own
José Carlos Santos.

Headphones back on, I’m heading back into a world of music discovery, so I can stop generalising about my fellow commuters and absorb myself in a world of escapism and, I hope, find some solace in more dark and epic soundscapes. I’ll tip my hat towards Royal Thunder, Winds Of Genocide, Lightning Bolt, Moonspell and Enslaved right now and plenty more too I hope over come weeks!

Click here to get your hands on a copy now!

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