The time machine in the caverns of Mage mountain crackled into life this morning. As we approached the infernal machine there were two polaroid pictures sitting there amongst the smoke and stench of burnt electrics. Our people in 1985 have done the impossible. The machine is being recalibrated to recieve a limited number of the physical items… Watch this space.

Tape note PolaroidCase note Polaroid

Latest project – time travel.


So, today, in the dank caves atop Mage mountain, we approach completion of our newest endeavour. A time machine! With this astonishing piece of equipment we will attempt to send both of our albums spiralling back through the chronosphere to 1985, where the top audio minds of the day will attempt to capture the rogue sound waves onto magnetic “tape” which they will encase in a plastic “cassette” housing, allowing the Mage deprived people of the 80’s to rock out to our cosmic jams. Hopefully these maverick audio scientists will be able to send a small quantity back to the future so we can share this artifact with you. Stay tuned…

Last Orders is here.

PrintToday sees the official release of our new album Last Orders. It’s been a long road and a lot of hard work but all well worth it. So here’s how to get your hands on a copy.

Come to the launch gig tonight at Firebug in Leicester. We have special launch day collectors packs of the album available with tons of exclusive goodies. Limited to 45 hand numbered editions.

Order a physical copy from Witch Hunter Records.

Last Orders on CD at Witch Hunter Records

For all you digital junkies. Buy the new album direct from the band at the Stonerriffic price of £4.20. Cheaper than iTunes. Cheaper than Amazon & we get any money raised direct to us to put towards merch & future recordings.

Last Orders digital at Mage Bandcamp

Previous album and EP also available. So you can pick up our entire discography for just over £10 (or more if you’re feeling generous).

If you’d like to try before you buy then head over to the various places to stream the album Terrorizer online, Mage Bandcamp and Witch Hunter Records Bandcamp


An avalanche of new reviews.

Some more reviews have rolled in over the weekend. Cheers to Gareth at When Planets Collide, Steve at Doom Metal Heaven, Matt at Two Guys Metal Reviews, Steve Howe at The Sludgelord, Emmit at Wonderock and Pete at NineHertz.

Last Orders review at When Planets Collide by Gareth Kelly

Last Orders review at Doom Metal Heaven by Steve

Last Orders review at Two Guys Metal Reviews by Matt Baggins

Last Orders review at The Sludgelord by Steve Howe

Last Orders review at Wonderock by EF

Last Orders review at NineHertz by Pete

Dont forget the guys and gals at Terrorizer HQ are streaming the album in full at the following link:

And if you want to pre-order a physical copy on cd in beautiful 6 panel digipak, plus a couple of stickers and two limited edition postcards (while stocks last), you need to be heading in this direction
Orders will ship on release day, October 31st, but to satisfy your craving for Mage you get an immediate digital download of the full album when you place your order as a reward.