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Sepultura – Spontaneous Intensity

…sser: I’ve been watching the European Cup, the games are very level. Brazil- Argentina as well are the best in the Copa Cup. The usual suspects – Germany, France, Spain, and Italy are ones to watch. All the teams are playing well, playing tough. Denmark in a surprise. Teams like the Czech Republic, Ukraine as well. Dead Rhetoric: What’s next on the agenda for Sepultura now that borders are starting to open up – will the next year or two be spent m…

Neonfly – A New Future

…could. It was a great moment when we finally reached our goal, it was a two-month campaign. Our fans were amazing, the support they gave us was great. Dead Rhetoric: You also recorded a cover of “Venus” – did you enjoy working on this and the special guest you had involved with the video? Thunder: That was really fun to do. We didn’t have to do it this way- the perk for the crowdfunding involved us doing acoustic covers. That was one of the songs…

Space Chaser – Dealing with Dystopia

…Rhetoric: The video for “Remnants of Technology” is amazing – almost a mini-movie paying homage to a lot of sci-fi film/television shows of the past. How did the idea and treatment develop – what type of budget did you work with, and do you believe you’ve gotten the type of response you desired from this clip? Scheuerer: Yes. We had the idea for this video lying around – two or three years almost. The basic idea, I had three years ago. I called ou…

Timo Tolkki’s Avalon – Frame of Heart

…practice to keep yourself sharp and sane as a musician for your total well-being? Tolkki: I think because they diagnosed me as bi-polar in 2004 and I have been going to therapy for seven years. I have read a lot of books, meditating, keeping myself fit. I don’t drink too much. The rock and roll life is bi-polar anyways. You play to these 7,000 people with a two-hour concert, this energy you really feel it, a physical thing. And then you go to a h…

Silver Talon – Delve into Decadence

…atmosphere for writing. And we went into a darker direction if you will. M-Theory Audio. Going back to 2014-16, the tail end of Spellcaster. We had gotten ahold of Marco Barbieri, formerly head of Century Media, and he started doing management and artist development with Salem Rose Music. As Spellcaster we were interested in working with him under the managerial aspect, sort of out of a partnership. That never quite worked out, but when we starte…

Lycanthro – Fighting the Good Fight

…r people’s thoughts on it. We are constantly writing, we have a second full-length half written, five songs ready out of planned ten to twelve. We will do the Instagram live streams, they are something our fans like and enjoy watching. We will go back on the road, we have shows confirmed for next year. We are playing the Hyperspace Metal Festival in Vancouver, B.C. Bands like Helion Prime, Gatekeeper, a lot of those kinds of bands. We hope to do a…

Hannes Grossmann – Away from the Light

…ill be a learning curve that you don’t get from sitting at home and making Instagram videos. This is something that I find really important. It’s also something I find a bit strange, with mentioning Instagram again, and YouTube. Musicians only doing videos for other people. They aren’t really doing music, because music happens with the interaction of other players. Not only, but it’s a big part of it. I am very skeptical of this trend of playing 1…

Svn.Seeker – Means to an End (Self-Released)

…kita race up and down their fretboards like bullet trains during the follow-up “Death of a Judge”. Drummer Pat Conaty has a lot of fleet snare hit tricks beyond the normal thrash/death maneuvers already in his natural wheelhouse – his abilities put him in a similar class as Dirk Verbeuren (Megadeth/ex-Soilwork) and Daniel Erlandsson (Arch Enemy) as the man switches things up from first to fifth gear effortlessly. Additional synth programming adds…

Flotsam and Jetsam – Out for Blood

…w as we like to hang out with the fans and people afterwards. It was an eye-opener then, but since the self-titled record, The End of Chaos, and Blood in the Water, we have started to see that they want to hear new material. Which I think is pretty cool for a classic metal band such as ourselves to release new material and the fans are starting to like it. Of course we still have to play our “No Place For Disgrace”, “Hammerhead”, the classics, but…

Arion – A Modern Evolution

…really far ahead with the pandemic. But we are kind of looking at 2022 gig-wise. We are kind of looking to our American debut. It was supposed to be at Power Prog last year, but then it got cancelled and it is postponed until 2022. There is a European tour coming that is almost booked coming next year. The very next things were are trying to do is staying connected to the fans with things on Instagram and Facebook. Today I started experimenting w…

Poverty’s No Crime – Nothing to Hide

…uff, we haven’t been very active on Facebook or YouTube. We didn’t have an Instagram account. We just set it up a couple of weeks ago. Let’s start an Instagram account. We are a little bit behind, but it’s okay. Dead Rhetoric: You have been a part of Metalville now for a few years after being with Noise Records and InsideOut Music previously. Do you feel that all of the record companies you’ve worked with have been fair and just in the treatment a…

Motorhead – Live and Loud

…g and we want the feeling and vision to be chaos. So it would be a more hit-oriented song, and have to approach my drums to each track. Dead Rhetoric: From your perspective, what do you see as the future of rock and metal music? Will we still see bands of a larger stature in the future? Dee: Yes – there’s amazing young bands out there. Some kids are creating some fantastic music. It’s just different music. I just posted a fun thing on Instagram an…

Wheel – Vulnerable Prog

…ay with that and mess with it a bit. Dead Rhetoric: Prog is kind of a catch-all description at times. From your perspective, what do you feel makes something fall into the genre? Lascelles: I think there’s definitely a sound design and series of tropes. Bands like Sikth and Periphery have pioneered this subcategory of djent, which is basically modern prog metal. Elements of metalcore have come into it too and these very intense riff-driven verses…

March in Arms – Pulse of the Daring CD Giveaway!

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Hatebreed – Positivity and Aggression

…Will Be Heard” are songs everyone wants to hear. Those two are probably fan-favorites I would say. “Live for This” is always good, and now, with the newer stuff, “Looking Down the Barrel of Today” is our biggest streaming song ever. That’s kind of cool, since it’s on our last album. It shows that people are still into the new stuff. Dead Rhetoric: What do you think defines Weight of the False Self, as your eighth record? Lozinak: I think, musicall…

Goldenhall – Ice and Fire

…it comes to songwriting, production, tones, and performances for this full-length compared to your self-titled debut EP in 2016? Jason Shealy: Well, I could talk about that in a couple of different ways. When you self-produce, as we have, you have to have your own standard of what is acceptable, because there isn’t anyone standing over your shoulder saying ‘this, this, this, and that’. You have to hear it objectively and say this is right and thi…

Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh – Taking Over!

…Anything you are particularly proud of doing? English: We actually did an e-tour, where we contacted some of the places shut down from the pandemic, as well as some of our sponsors, to have us play on their Instagram/Facebook/other platform that they wanted us to play on, and we promoted them. We played an acoustic set, and interacted with our fans, as well as the people who support these companies. That was really cool that we could do that in Ma…

Madrost – Charring the Rotting Earth CD, Cassette and T-Shirt Giveaway!

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The Arson Choir – A World of Monsters

…lps me to stay busy. Anyone that is interested in the band, I will spend 15-20-30 minutes being able to talk because hey, thank you for listening. I appreciate it. Dead Rhetoric: Anything planned for the band outside of the EP release? Motley: We have the EP, we have merch. We are already starting to work on the next record because of downtime. We are trying to release as much content as possible, so there’s still a bunch of videos we still have t…

Aeternam – Traversing Celestial Plains

…r. We had different tastes in metal and that wasn’t looking good for a long-term collaboration. But with time, we influenced each other, and we managed to come up with a recipe that suits everyone. You can clearly hear our different influences in our first album, but then for Moongod, we knew precisely what we wanted to sound like. Maxime Boucher joined us in 2012 and brought a lot of quality and stability to the band. In 2017, after Ruins of Empi…

Beyond the Black – Reaching New Horizons

…art of the Hurricane was the first album you put together with the new line-up, and the line-up has been pretty stable since. Do you feel the band has really gelled as a unit now, particularly with the new material? Haben: I think it is really like that. For the last album, we already wanted to change some things. Since we had a new line-up. But we didn’t have a lot of time to experiment. So we couldn’t try things out as much as we did this time….

Darker Half – Out of the Shadows

…l to get the fifth full-length out possibly quicker to make up for the four-year gap between the last EP and full-length? Vo: Definitely – and it might be quicker because of this enforced downtime. Originally the plan this year was to be on tour in Europe – and at the end of the year, do an Australian tour and start writing the next album. We’ll start writing now and see what we can come up with. I’ll be talking with Stu to get demos together for…

Bleed from Within – Fracture and Rebuild

…another band called From Sorrow to Serenity, and they have that whole djent-y, Periphery/Meshuggah influence. They are an amazing band. I feel like a lot of good bands from here just don’t get much recognition, because they aren’t touring about. I remember when we started back in 2005, we were struggling to get shows down south in London and stuff. We were a young band and no one wanted to pay us to get down there. Obviously it costs money to get…

The Metalhead Box – March 2020

…m the Scottish blackened/speed project Hellripper. I’ve been crushing speed-influenced projects pretty hard this Spring (Bütcher foremost among them) so this is a welcome addition to my running and listening repertoire. This month the autograph comes via no other than Flo Mounier. Notable for yours truly, the face Flo is making in this image isn’t far removed from the face a Half-Priced Books employee made when I bought a used copy of None So Vile…

Delain – Chillin’ At the End of the World

…efinitely something that will surprise people. They know all about the arts-ing, the books, and stuff because I throw all of that shit on Instagram. But this, I believe is a surprise. Westerholt: Unless you are knitting a black sweater with a skull on it! That’s very metal! Wessels: I’m actually really excited to learn about that! I want to make pink mittens with “666” on it. I’m really ambitious about making this a thing. Dead Rhetoric: You can m…

Eleine – Under the Hell Moon

…artwork should look like, and by accident I stumbled upon Nestor Avalos on Instagram one day. His drawn digital art caught my eye immediately. So Rikard and I put together a basic idea of what we wanted, and Nestor nailed it. Without saying too much about the artwork, it symbolizes, just as the entire EP, a hard time in our life that we’ve overcome. Dead Rhetoric: How did you decide upon covering Rammstein’s “Mein Herz brennt?” Liljestam: ”Mein He…

Strigoi – Dread and Despair

…geoning experience that it is. Also, it was considered to not be another HM-2 album, even though we love that scene and that sound. There are elements of those pedals on there, but we wanted to push things further. It’s a gamble – you want to push your sound to be obnoxious as you can, while being as musical as you can. Some people might like it and some might not, but it really suited the general air of aggression. I was speaking to someone the o…

Eternal Storm – Ebb and Flow

…we love. For us it gets a bit boring to play double picking riffs with a d-beat all the time, so we had to find our own voice. Jaime: Yeah, exactly that, I think it is quite easy to be comfy and stay within the boundaries already set by the bigger bands. Dead Rhetoric: Have you taken any tips from other bands in terms of how you approach songwriting or touring? Jaime: In terms of songwriting, not consciously at least, although I guess even by rea…

Une Misère – Celebrating Misery

…as well. Ásbjörnsson: Yeah, you could do it anywhere. It’s kind of a double-edged sword, because you start to think that you should go back and re-appreciate your surroundings and reevaluate what is beautiful around you. I’m at that point in my life in this country that I kind of can’t get past the bad things. The darkness – the miserable things. It’s constantly there. This country, I think I may have drained it’s joy. Dead Rhetoric: Could you tal…

Lindsay Schoolcraft – Finding Beauty in Darkness

…musician. I am not meant to be here, and doing this.” But I am also a self-taught make-up artist, and I went back to school last year to get a cosmetology certificate. When I was sitting there, learning about biochemistry, I was nailing it [laughs]! It’s like a second language – I love biology, I really do! Dead Rhetoric: This brings up a different question, as you just mentioned the cosmetology and you mentioned music school earlier. How do you…

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