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“PEOPLE ARE LOOKING INTO OUR WORLD OF MUSIC AND RELATING MORE TO IT THAN EVER BEFORE”

…SAYS DARK FUNERAL MASTERMIND LORD AHRIMAN AS THE SWEDISH QUARTET RELEASE THEIR NEW ALBUM ‘WHERE SHADOWS FOREVER REIGN’. HE TALKS TO TERRORIZER ABOUT ITS CREATION AND THE BAND’S 23-YEAR CAREER

It’s inevitable that just by looking at the fantastic Necrolord cover art on Dark Funeral’s new album ‘Where Shadows Forever Reign’ any fan of the band will immediately hark back to the Swedish band’s awesome 1996 debut, ‘The Secrets Of The Black Arts’. Getting past the superficial, even after a couple of listens, the link is more or less apparent – not only is this the most dynamic and genuinely bombastic album the band has ever done since that 20-yearold masterpiece, but even on subtle language hints (‘When Angels Forever Die’ / ‘Where Shadows Forever Reign’) the memory cells are jolted. The band’s undisputed leader, guitarist Lord Ahriman, however, denies any intention behind this.

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Everyone loves vinyl. Whether people actually play it or simply have it on the shelves to look at and appreciate the artwork in all its glory, while listening to the audio through devices however, is another matter. This month sees a new vinyl release that will ensure that people will actually play their new 12 inches of black stuff. It’s the ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ hologram soundtrack vinyl. The week this issue went to print I was fortunate enough to attend a playback of this ingenious (and extremely geeky, yet cool) release. And while I soaked up the atmosphere of Abbey Road’s Studio 2, feeling all the creativity of the room and the vibe contained within, it really dawned on me why this is so special. Star Wars is legendary. Many of us have grown up with the films from an early age and it becomes part of your DNA, without a doubt. Its music is also special, I challenge any band out there to have the balls to cover John Williams’ compositions. And now the new film’s soundtrack gives the vinyl collector a reason to play their record and geek out at the same time. What makes it special? Tristan Duke’s holograms of both the Millennium Falcon and a Tie Fighter that magically appear above the vinyl while the brilliant musicality of John Williams’ composition blasts out of your speakers. Genius! It elevates the whole audio and magical experience to unchartered new heights in the musical world. It’s a soundtrack brimming with depth and of course, it’s affinity with the metal community is inescapable – after all metal is the ultimate Dark Side. So while I go back to my sci-fi world, I’ll let you enjoy this month’s issue! I have loved Nails for years and it’s an honour to have them on this month’s cover. Enjoy reading their story as well as a heap of other great features, news and reviews! See you next month Darren Sadler
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