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Temperance – Breaking the Rules

…ch other. Especially in the studio. The first record we had with this three-vocalist lineup, we had to basically rush it. It was crazy fast, the release was scheduled for April 2018 and the recordings for the vocals were scheduled for January 2018. Alessia and I had joined the band in December of 2017. Everything was so super fast, we knew each other before with Marco and the guys, but the studio time was intense and we gave the best we could with…

U.D.O. – The Tank Rolls On

…way, this made the album more interesting. There is a good mix of songs – fast songs, mid-tempo songs, ballads, everything you know. A lot of melodies and some really good guitar work on this album. Dead Rhetoric: Subjects such as global climate change, peace problems, shooting amongst minors are some of the topics covered on this album. Does it surprise you on an international scale how humanity hasn’t really evolved or solved some of these prob…

Catalyst Crime – Catalyst for Change

…and to find people who are able to work together without egos to find the best working solution – she is well-rounded on every aspect. Personally, I don’t think we could have picked a better guitarist to join the band. Federoff: I totally agree. She is magnificent and yet not pretentious. It’s amazing! Dead Rhetoric: You kind of feel like you have the band set, in terms of the way you want it to move forward? Federoff: Yeah, it’s a good group. It…

Malison – Reborn for Metal

…enhance the overall work ethic and morale of the group? Lovio: I do the day-to-day stuff, the social media posts, video and photo edits. I run the Facebook page and the Instagram account. Putting together flyers, I can do that easily. I usually end up selling our merch after the show, I like talking to people after they saw us, how they are doing. We are all fans too. Eddie just joined the band, everyone is good. We are all really good friends. So…

Cognizance – Upheaving Brutality

…ushed the envelope – some push the envelope in terms of speed and just get faster and faster, which can be boring now. There’s no feeling to it at all. Anyone can keep going faster and faster, it’s not impressive. But there are a lot of people who are really into that, and I don’t want to say names, but there’s an argument to say that they are pushing the envelope. For me, it’s more about songwriting. The melodic and harmony that they use to keep…

Seven Spires – Silver Linings Over Black Clouds

…nue being the machine and cranking out song after song, piece after piece, essay after essay. Dead Rhetoric: Has it been important then to have the support of family and friends that aren’t necessarily in your life that aren’t as connected with your music and what you do to balance things out? Kosto: Yes. Even if you do have friends that are into the same thing, it’s really nice to know that you have people that know when not to talk about work. A…

Beyond Grace – Intellectual Brutality

…ar songs. I think there’s only one song on the album that goes verse-chorus-verse-chorus, they all have themes though. It’s really nice when someone has caught a stray line – I put tons of attention to detail in getting the timing right and the syllables – and you realize that it’s the 18th line in a bridge that no one is actually listening to because it’s 7-minutes into the song. Then one person comes out and they like it, that’s enough. Dead Rhe…

Entierro – Authentic and Classic

…musicians and as a band through this process? Begnal: I find when I start writing for this band, is I try to write slightly beyond my capabilities as a writer. Here is the thing – I was a bass player for twenty-five years, and didn’t start playing guitar again until I started playing heavy metal. I try to push myself as a musician. It pushes me outside of my comfort zone, so when we finally get done with a song, not only am I writing this way but…

Neonfly – A New Future

…the last two records? Thunder: Yeah, we hope that we can get an album out faster than the seven-year gap. I think we will. There are a lot of factors that will help with that, we are happy with our current label. Each time we came out with an album, we had a new label, it felt like starting over again. We have the business side sorted. It’s just a case of writing the music we want to put out and being 100% happy with it before going into the stud…

Backlash – World Domination

…l lyrical mentality – Dave Mustaine had a philosophy about really good songwriters write about ideas and concepts, not about literal things. Those are the everlasting songs. I enjoy going through central ideas and breaking them down into easy to digest lyrics. You can take something and make it pertain to something else totally and it works. Vaughan does more of the war and history stuff – he’s a history buff. Ancient civilizations, world wars, so…

Laurenne/Louhimo – Musical Empowerment

…et them out quickly so I don’t go into this apeshit panic. They are really fast-crawling and sticky. They have these hooks in there. It’s not one leg, but many legs and they have several hooks in one leg. So they are all catching your face, and it feels kind of awful. So it was about trying to stay calm and hoping that they didn’t go into your hair, or your mouth [laughs]! I remember Noora had this one cockroach on her hand and he escaped. She did…

Pain – Shelter Party

…album? Tägtgren: I have this other project to be announced that will make some waves. I would say that priority number one would be to get that project mastered because it’s all mixed and done. That will probably take a half-year to get it done, but I think we will announce it in a month or so. Then in between I will write Pain songs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nl7sKwPQo4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4hv_KpH3aY Pain official website…

Dead Rhetoric Halfway Through 2021 Best-of

…ween’s camaraderie, teamwork and selflessness is exactly why their new self-titled (featuring the returning Kai Hansen and Michael Kiske) is such a world-beating collection of power metal tunes. What once seemed unfathomable is now reality, particularly for those who charted the occasional sparring in the press between Kiske and his one-former bandmates. Alas, it was a joy to watch the ‘Weenies tour the globe on the “Pumpkins United” trek. Their n…

Timo Tolkki’s Avalon – Frame of Heart

…my brain at all, I’m a feeling kind of guy. The way I write songs is very fast. Some songs I write in ten to twenty minutes. There is no formula, there is no method, actually. The method is no method. I really don’t know how it happens, I just know it’s easy for me to do. Dead Rhetoric: When it comes to your guitar breaks, do you have any favorites through the years? Tolkki: Yeah I think, there again 95% of my solos are improvised. The problem ma…

Hiraes – Solitary Beginnings

…all around the world come to me, and usually I round it up with giving one-on-one workshops and also having 15-20 people in one place. But I couldn’t do that, so as the pandemic stuck around, I tried to do that online and it worked well. But the teaching aspect is a very rewarding thing. Screaming is a lot of fun, and accompanying people on their way – how to scream and fill the air with growls – they just lit up when they figure it out. The othe…

Hannes Grossmann – Away from the Light

…t feel the need to go out and teach my techniques. When I was asked by Drum-Technique Academy to do an online clinic for them, I looked at their materials and thought they were way better. They were very structured. If I was a young drummer and I wanted to approach double bass drumming, I would definitely book that program. So with songwriting, it’s different. Most of my songwriting comes from a position where I stand in front of my cd shelf and I…

Light the Torch – Musicians and Best Friends

…e dealing with unbelievable heat here in LA. I was sweating at my computer writing music. Honestly, those are some of best songs on the record! Even last year, when we finished the record, I was thinking about how it all was connected. Music was the only way for me to feel decent at the time. So a lot of that is in there. The other guys in the band, they share that with me. Howard [Jones] was really aware. When we started getting to preproduction…

Crypta – Ultimate Echoes

…tudio, so we got to spend every single moment together. We did a lot of pre-production, all the demos were pre-recorded here. I have my own home studio and recorded a lot of guitars beforehand, so I knew when I got inside the studio I knew what I had to record. It went very fast, everything. We recorded the guitars three times with a fourth track that was re-amped. All the rhythm guitars were recorded with a Jackson Warrior, the one I have here on…

Go Ahead and Die – Old School Music, Current Message

…ong, they should look at themselves. If someone is mad that I wrote an anti-public shooting or anti-police, they should look at why they are mad, not why I am writing it. If you look at why I am writing it, there is clear evidence. It’s one of those things where people are already getting mad. We released “Toxic Freedom” and there is all manner of misconstrued and misunderstood views on it. In my opinion, that is part of the punk rock and heavy me…

Vexed – Anger as a Tool to Bring Happiness

…ve control over who you have in your life, and you have a right to do that online as well. If someone is openly being nasty online, people always crack out that line ‘it’s a public Facebook page, and I can say what I like,’ well actually its my Facebook page and my rules, so no you don’t. It’s about setting your own standards and rules. Dead Rhetoric: The concept of mental health and getting help seems to be an important one to the band. Could you…

Silver Lake by Esa Holopainen – Rays of Progressive Light

…with a song. Knowing the key where he is operating, it makes it easier to write. Writing for Silver Lake, I had so many vocalists on this album, I had to take more care about the arrangement and what keys I would write the song in. There were little details I had to take care of when doing this album. Dead Rhetoric: What was the process like of grabbing people to do vocals for the album? How did you know what would work for a particular vocalist?…

One Hundred Thousand – A Journey Around the Zodiac

…he things that allowed us to do that was bringing in Gregg [Sgar] as a songwriter and guitarist. It was huge for the songwriting. When he joined, it felt like we found our sound in some ways. We felt complete as a band. He brought such an interesting element, in some ways, some pop elements but not so on the nose with it – adding something to what Kurt [Wubbenhorst], Andrew [Magnolta], Rich [Matos], and I were developing. That was such a breath of…

Hideous Divinity – Isolation Songs

…ongs. The next one to be released is going to be a more ‘classic’ and super-fast wrecking ball of a song. Then there is a cover, which was an interesting project. It’s not something you would expect, because Coheed & Cambria is not something that you would think about when you listen to Hideous Divinity. But I’m really into experimenting with weird cover songs. I love the challenge. Dead Rhetoric: The story is about Aliens, but in focusing on Newt…

Devil Sold His Soul – Emotion and Loss

…ut we attacked it the way we have always attacked a record. It’s a case of writing the best songs we can at the time. It does feel like there are some interesting throwbacks to the records we have put out over the last sixteen years. There are some elements where people have said it reminds them of some previous material. It’s really nice, because it wasn’t planned, but it means that it sounds like us…which is quite cool. Green: Yeah, even after n…

Septagon – The Chalice of Madness

…in the 80’s, and I am still a big Kreator fan, I think they are by far the best of the well-known bands, we have had other great stuff like Paradox, Vendetta, or Deathrow. But I always was more into the Bay Area scene, Forbidden, Heathen, the usual suspects, Mordred their debut when it came out. The Americans have a little bit more technique-wise, the German guys were really raw. Guitar-wise it’s more interesting, and that’s where the idea to form…

Cryptosis – Futuristic Swarm

…e bit with this band. We are really dependent on the fans buying our music online, supporting us, buying t-shirts – and the world is a strange place right now for bands that used to be very active and for concerts in general. It will be one of the most challenging things ahead of us in the next year and maybe years. Dead Rhetoric: Name three albums that have had the most impact on your views and impressions for heavy metal – and what was the best

Cannibal Corpse – Ageless Violence

…aggressive – it’s one of the best albums ever in my opinion. The way they write, they have fairly straight-forward arrangements. Over the years, I’ve looked to that album for arrangement ideas. It’s brilliant. But any song that is well written and has a hook to it, I find that inspiring. We are writing our own music, but thinking about arrangement ideas. We do take inspiration from other places. I look to whatever is the most memorable. I look to…

Summoning the Lich – Fantasy & Death

…a slight tonal difference from song to song. What we typically do is just write. We tend to not write with too much purpose. We write the songs and then I will assess the feel of the songs and apply it to the part of the story that I think it will fit best. That has what has worked for us so far and what we are continuing to do. Dead Rhetoric: You are putting it into lyrics so it fits within a musical framework. Is it something you’d ever conside…

The Crown – Hammering to Destroy

…n album based on a recipe with ten similar songs. There is the slow stuff, fast stuff, punk-ish tracks and rock and roll. Different feels to it as well – and that’s thanks to the COVID thing a bit. Because we had to postpone the recordings for this album. The original plan was to record this album in May, and we postponed it to September, so there were some months there that we could be at home, think about it more, and could we improve things a b…

Moonspell – Isolation and Loneliness

…el right now. We are in the last chapter, and the end has to be one of the best parts of the book. So I think we will write interesting music with this in mind. Dead Rhetoric: It seems like that would give you that extra hunger, so that you always put out something that is the best, since it might be the last – that sort of mentality. Ribeiro: Same for the shows, when they happen. If you take things for granted, and get into a routine. You get goo…

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