Denzel Curry Reveals Awesome 'Black Metal Terrorist' Comic Concept

“The ultimate half human half cyborg.”

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Having previously made mention of his passion for drawing, it seems that Denzel Curry is now seizing the moment to step-up his artistic sideline. Giving details to MTV News, curry explained that the new endeavour — titled Black Metal Terrorist –  has “two main characters, ” going on to clarify that, “One gets fucked up and tossed into the sea, then they rebuild him and he becomes the ultimate half human half cyborg shit. And the other one was born half human and half cyborg.”

Despite the notably sci-fi vibe of the comic, however, Curry is still drawing from real life for his source material, adding later in the interview, “I create characters based around people that I know and people in my life. Curry has clearly been devoting much of his time to Black Metal Terrorist of late — the last time we hard from  him saw a a remix, courtesy of Juicy J.

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