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THEIR ORIGINS MAY LAY IN THE ’80S UK HARDCORE/CRUST SCENE BUT WARWOUND ARE STILL SOUNDING AS VITAL AS THEY EVER DID IN THE YEAR 2017. DRUMMER STEVIE JAMES DISCUSSES THE BAND’S NEW ALBUM ‘BURNING THE BLINDFOLDS OF BIGOTS’

WARWOUND

Your debut full length ‘Burning The Blindfolds Of Bigots’ is now out, please tell the readers what they can expect from it in your own words.

“The record has a sense of urgency and fire in it as the material was so new to us. Each member of Warwound has been involved in punk/hardcore/ metal music from pretty much day one and, although we have varying tastes, we each brought our experience to the table and did what we individually do to create something with a slightly different approach. What came out of all that was this record. For me it has influences from early punk, anarcho, hardcore, thrash and metal. Labels are for jars. We just play with attitude and the years of listening to and playing music, travelling the world and interacting with our scene shows in our style. Mix it up with the contempt we have for the people of this world who seek to profit from the sweat and misfortune of others. Expect hardcore punk with nods to thrash and metal with raging vocals full of anger.”

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About Terrorizer Magazine

I can still recall the phone call I had from Earache’s label manager Dan about this incredibly awesome Polish band the label had just signed called Decapitated. The enthusiasm that he conveyed down the phone line was infectious and although I was working for a more mainstream metal/rock mag at the time, and bands like Decapitated were on the periphery of the magazine’s demographic, I was excited to check them out. Sure enough the sheer power, professionalism and technical brilliance that pummelled out of the office speakers was enough to have me (and the office) hooked in a nanosecond. That was, of course, back in 2000 when Decapitated had just released their incredible (and still awesome) ‘Winds Of Creation’. Fast-forward seventeen years and even though Lady Luck has not, in many ways, been on the band’s side, Decapitated have continued to push their own creative boundaries and their new album ‘Anticult’ is testament to this. It’s a pleasure to have them grace Terrorizer’s new cover and we hope you enjoy reading about the album’s creation and everything that’s been going on in their world. Elsewhere, we’ve put all our collective blood, sweat, tears and breakdowns into ensuring we have all bases covered in the extreme world. It’s a volatile time right now, but music continues to bring plenty of pleasure, so indulge in it as much as you can! See you next month! Darren Sadler
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