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THE YOUNG CHEVALIER

CNOC AN TURSA HAVE FOUGHT TO CARVE A UNIQUE IDENTITY WITHIN EXTREME META L, STEEPED IN the heritage of their homeland. TERRORIZER donned its kilt TO TA LK TO THESE PATR IOTIC SCOTSMEN ABOUT NEW RELEASE ‘THE FORT Y FIVE’

CNOC AN TURSA

In the four years since Cnoc An Tursa released their debut ‘The Giants Of Auld’ the Scottish act have toured far and wide, bringing their Gaelic take on black metal to the shores of many a foreign land. When the time came to discuss making that difficult second album, the Scots had one particular tale of adversity in mind to shape the album’s lyrical content.

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Sitting here wrapping up this brand new issue of Terrorizer, I find myself realising how many ‘old’ bands or new bands with ‘old’ members have been on the cover over recent issues. I have come to the conclusion that it’s not because new bands are shit (just check out our Choice Cuts section for proof), it’s just that some of the old guard are still producing belting new albums and deserve the recognition. Obituary are no exception to this rule. It’s been around 26 years since I first set my eyes and ears on the death metal pioneers and they’ve always stayed close to my heart – hell, I still have my old personal bootleg of them playing Wrexham Memorial Hall at the start of the ’90s. They’ve had a few career wobbles since then, but their new self-titled album is testament to a band that can still deliver the goods and haven’t churned out formulaic rubbish. I hope you enjoy reading about the album’s creation and what being in Obituary means to all involved. Elsewhere there’s a heap of exciting new bands and projects covered including Venom Prison, Vodun, and the earth shatteringly ace OHHMS – all fucking incredible new bands. And then of course, we have some favourites who are back with new albums, so we hope you enjoy reading this all-encompassing issue. See you next month! Darren Sadler
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