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The Pilgrim Fathers

BACK WITH THEIR MOST CHALLENGING MUSIC TO DATE, LONDON’S GRAVE miasma tell TERRORIZER ALL ABOUT THE MOTIVATION BEHIND NEW OPUS ‘ENDLESS PILGRIMAGE‘

Let’s face it, a large part of Grave Miasma’s a ppeal is that these Londoners arrived at the perfect time in the late ’00s to help death metal regain its natural habitat – you know that one, ugly damp and dark place far, far away from deathcore and breakdowns. But the fact that many of their colleagues had decided to follow exactly the same path all of a sudden notwithstanding, Grave Miasma just appeared to be better at it. Far beyond simply replicating Incantation’s perverted take on the genre, they keep ticking all the right boxes, first by proving that you need more than just downtuned guitars, endless reverberation and murky riffing to transcend that simple premise, and then by being picky as far as live performances and especially recordings go. Case in point being their third, 35-minute EP ‘Endless Pilgrimage’ and follow-up to 2013’s debut full-length ‘Odori Sepulcrorum’. But for their guitarist and vocalist Yoni (who also plays sitar on its opening track, ‘Yama Transforms To Afterlife’) it ain’t about the medium, it’s about what you want to achieve with it.

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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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