IMHOTEP is not only one of the longest running zines hailing from Norway, it has always been a good address for high quality reading in general already. But with this 11th issue editor Roy once more surprises with a totally unique idea of zine making. Instead of filling the pages with a bunch of band interviews and reviews or special reports about certain scene related topics (which all most certainly would've been a great read in their own right as well), this issue just features 3 bands (hence the issue's subtitle "Trinity"): ABIGOR, MAYHEM and WATAIN. If you've followed Roy's work a little bit lately, you might be familiar with the WATAIN part, which previously had been released totally on its own already and originally wasn't even planned to end up in this issue. But since it's done in the same way as the ABIGOR and MAYHEM features, it definitely made sense to include it here as a bonus as well. So, what exactly can you expect from IMHOTEP # 11 then? After all this issue offers 86 pages in total (with no fancy layout blowing things up to the max)... Each band gets maximum coverage and the interesting thing about it is not only the depth of each feature's questions, but the fact that several different interviews from different time periods have been combined to one big piece here in order to come up with the ultimate source of information.