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IN THE WORDLESS CHAMBER

THE WRETCHED END’S NEW ALBUM ‘IN THESE WOODS, FROM THESE MOUNTAINS’ SEES NORWAY’S FINEST AT THEIR CREATIVE BEST. WE TALK TO SAMOTH TO DISCUSS ITS CREATION AND THE BAND’S IMPACT ON THE EXTREME WORLD

This is the first new music you have released since doing the Emperor reunion shows. Did performing with Emperor influence your work on this new The Wretched End album?

“Not so much really. We already had a lot of material written for this album before the Emperor shows. Getting into the Emperor era again meant this album took a lot of time to produce. Going back and revisiting the Emperor songs did inspire me in a way. I think it could have influenced the way we recorded things. We wanted the production to keep the raw energy and be more spontaneous and keep that live feel. Recording it was a kind of experiment by doing it ourselves. I think it adds to the energy of the album. It’s far more natural and less produced.”

What are you trying to say lyrically on ‘In These Woods, From These Mountains”?

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This month’s cover stars are 25 years old this year and have just released their tenth album, so for Katatonia it’s a double whammy. But with age comes clarity and knowledge and as you’ll have heard for yourselves, the band’s new release ‘The Fall Of Hearts’ is such a brilliant piece of melancholic metal. Perhaps not the most obvious of coverstars, it’s safe to say that Katatonia deserve the honour through consistently delivering awesome albums and going the distance when others have fallen by the wayside. I know you’ll enjoy José’s story as much as I did reading it for the first time. This issue is packed, as always, with a cross-section of brutality and extremity and was brought to you as certain staff members recover from two of the best festivals in the calendar – namely Roadburn and Ritual Festival. You can read about both in this ‘ere issue too.
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