The latest issue of monthly extreme music bible Terrorizer has recently hit the newstands, with the unmistakable Rob Halford casting his metal gaze from the cover. The cover story is a look back at Priest’s 1980 landmark, ‘British Steel’, with a thirtieth anniversary retrospective on the genesis of one of metals classics.As the magazine itself states :
A good thirty years after a sound was defined and a scene took form, Terrorizer stands in awe of a towering metal monument every bit the equal of Wren’s churches or Brunell’s top hat – Judas Priest’s 1980 call to arms, ‘British Steel’. Devour not just the story behind this vastly influential album, but learn of its impact on Watain, Primordial, Ihsahn and more!
In other Brum-centric news, Napalm Death sideproject Venomous Concept are the latest to take the Terrorizer ‘Hard of Hearing’ challenge.
Terrorizer is available from all good newsagents and through their website.