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Two Sides To Cbery Story

FOR THEIR LATEST RELEASE, GERMANY’S BRANCHED INTO TWO VERY DISTINCT INCARNATIONS AND DONE A SPLIT WITH THEMSELVES – BUT THEN, HAVING FORMED THE BAND WITH HIS FATHER OVER TWENTY YEARS AGO, THE BAND HAVE ALWAYS PLAYED BY THEIR OWN RULES, EXPLAINS DRUMMER LILLE GRUBER DEFEATED SANITY HAVE

On the surface, Defeated Sanity are everything some of you have come to hate about under ground brutal death metal: inhuman grunts, spiky logos, Jon Zig artwork with a choice of dismembered bodies, fuming guts and/ or zombies and, on top of it, a huge mess some still call music. You don’t like it? Fair enough, but like the rest of this small yet very active scene, they don’t actually care. See, in a way, this peculiar part of the large metal family to whom even a band like Behemoth is akin to, say, Celine Dion is just happy living in its own little world where unreadable logos, micro-labels and homemade recordings are the law. You may frown at bands like Deeds Of Flesh or Abominable Putridity but in that parallel dimension, they’re hailed as ‘gods’ and have spawned a dozen imitators from all over the world, and Lille Gruber, Defeated Sanity’s drummer and sole remaining founding member, has no problem being affiliated with them. Hell, he admits loving those kind of “gargling vocals when done with a proper sense of rhythm,” and firmly believes that Disgorge’s unsubtle blastfest ‘She Lay Gutted’ is still one of the best albums ever made, so what did you expect?

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Devin Townsend: it’s a name synonymous with heavy and extreme metal, and also a name associated with the occasional foray into acoustic and country albums, not to mention albums featuring coffee loving puppets! And of course, who could forget his very own dedication to this here mag he created a few years ago with his mighty ‘Terrorizer’ song – only Onslaught had ever done a homage to a metal mag before this, if memory serves me correctly. There’s something for everyone, which is something rare in many musician’s repertoires. Devin’s enjoyed and created a rather unique musical path and 25 albums in, it’s awesome to see that this month, there are no signs of him letting up. Read all about what he’s been up to over the past few years and how he’s feeling about life in our cover story. Elsewhere this issue is jam packed with a delectable array of quality bands including plenty of UK bands – Akercocke, The Wounded Kings, Slomatics, Coltsblood, and Iron Witch – and plenty of worldwide ones too. Extreme music, no boundaries! See you next month. Darren Sadler
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