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Terrorizer Magazine

(5 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 13 issues per year Terrorizer is the world’s most exciting music magazine, covering with authority the best black, death, thrash, doom and heavy metal. With international vision and exclusive access to the world’s most exciting extreme artists, our features cover bands at the cutting edge of sonic depravity and our reviews tell you everything you need to know about metal’s most dangerous artists.

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Terrorizer Magazine  |  Terrorizer 259  


Frequently finding themselves in the crosshairs of the trigger-happy black metal scene police (mostly for having the audacity to think for themselves), Satyricon – and their main man Sigurd “Satyr” Wongraven in particular – have clearly shown for a very long time now that they will bend to no will but their own, regardless where the unwritten rules might be echoing from. Furthermore, whereas many bands that start out fiercely independent eventually mellow out or conform to the inevitable compromises required by record labels, pushy fans, promoters or even their own jadedness, Satyricon seem to be getting even more stubborn in their lack of will to do anything else other than what they, and no one else, really want – and they still want a great deal of things. This mentality is very, very rare, and it’s what makes them an example and a band to be put on the cover of leading magazines such as Terrorizer, regardless of what excuse there might be at the time to do it. To hear Satyr tell us the way he point-blank asked the members of an opera choir to raise their hands if they really wanted to do a show with him, and leave if they didn’t, to hear the way he flat out refused to do an American tour for the last album because it wasn’t on his own terms, and screw the label and the album sales, to hear him say that because of the extra income from his winemaking he can be even more sure of himself when he tells the “industry people” to fuck off – all of that is priceless and needs no extra justification. Of course, that there is a remarkably bold and courageous step, like ‘Live At The Opera’ is indeed a very nice excuse to have them, but any other would do, because any other step would have also been the step of a leader, not a follower.

“Kingdom come – hear the roar / Climbing down / To rule the earth!”
José Carlos Santos
Terrorizer is the world’s most exciting music magazine, covering with authority the best black, death, thrash, doom and heavy metal. With international vision and exclusive access to the world’s most exciting extreme artists, our features cover bands at the cutting edge of sonic depravity and our reviews tell you everything you need to know about metal’s most dangerous artists.

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   Amazing Magazine Reviewed 30 December 2013
I really enjoy Reading Terrorizer is always interesting
   For connoisseurs of extreme music and heavy metal Reviewed 13 December 2013 SUBSCRIBER
The pages look great, download quickly and the content is first rate. The recurring monthly subscription is superb value for money.
   Terrorizer Reviewed 23 November 2012
Pretty cool, get the whole mag in high quality scans for two quid so good value. Probably better for tablets so you don't have to pinch the screen so much but is not really too much of an issue for the quality of the journalism and photography - so even for Apple users they can enjoy the pictures and get a friend to help with the long words.
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Best metal magazine!
   Reviewed 23 March 2012 SUBSCRIBER
Best metal magazine around, period!
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Terrorizer Magazine   |   Terrorizer 259   


Frequently finding themselves in the crosshairs of the trigger-happy black metal scene police (mostly for having the audacity to think for themselves), Satyricon – and their main man Sigurd “Satyr” Wongraven in particular – have clearly shown for a very long time now that they will bend to no will but their own, regardless where the unwritten rules might be echoing from. Furthermore, whereas many bands that start out fiercely independent eventually mellow out or conform to the inevitable compromises required by record labels, pushy fans, promoters or even their own jadedness, Satyricon seem to be getting even more stubborn in their lack of will to do anything else other than what they, and no one else, really want – and they still want a great deal of things. This mentality is very, very rare, and it’s what makes them an example and a band to be put on the cover of leading magazines such as Terrorizer, regardless of what excuse there might be at the time to do it. To hear Satyr tell us the way he point-blank asked the members of an opera choir to raise their hands if they really wanted to do a show with him, and leave if they didn’t, to hear the way he flat out refused to do an American tour for the last album because it wasn’t on his own terms, and screw the label and the album sales, to hear him say that because of the extra income from his winemaking he can be even more sure of himself when he tells the “industry people” to fuck off – all of that is priceless and needs no extra justification. Of course, that there is a remarkably bold and courageous step, like ‘Live At The Opera’ is indeed a very nice excuse to have them, but any other would do, because any other step would have also been the step of a leader, not a follower.

“Kingdom come – hear the roar / Climbing down / To rule the earth!”
José Carlos Santos
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Terrorizer Magazine magazine print subscription.
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