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Terrorizer #208, April 2011: Amon Amarth, Ghost, The Haunted, the return of Sick Sounds


The new issue of Terrorizer has the most utterly awesomest cover, with Amon Amarth imagined by Christain Sloan Hall. You have to see it to believe it. Johan Hegg talks of the important things in life: god, free-will and going to the pub.

As if this is not enough, we have a fire-cracking run-down of:

The Haunted;
Darkest Hour;
Darkest Hour;
Protest the Hero; and

Merlin dissects Djent.

As well as this, we have fifteen tracks of Fear Candy and the return of Sick Sounds.

The world's only dedicated extreme metal guitar magazine has been relaunched as an all-guns-blazing guitarists' wet dream. We investigate sweep-picking through an analysis of Alexi Laiho's guitar style and a rather fabulous guide to sweep-picking, as well as reviewing the Fender Mustang II amp and the rather sultry BC Rich Eagle Archtop.

And you can win a fabulous ESP Alexi Laiho guitar.

Get in there!