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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…

Herman Frank – Unique Voice

…u through. Dead Rhetoric: How have you handled this downtime with the COVID-19 pandemic beyond working on this record? And what do you think the live concert/festival market will look like once things are safe to get back to consistent shows? Frank: For me, it wasn’t much different. As I said, I’m in a lucky position that I have my own little studio, I worked most of the time on my own. The only bad thing was I couldn’t practice with the band that…

Leaves’ Eyes – Vikings for Life

…fore. With the band, we are doing interviews and promo stuff. Luckily with Skype and all of that, it’s still possible. But when it comes to live shows and all of that, it’s a bit tricky. We can’t plan anything. As you know, tours have to be planned really far ahead. It’s very, very tricky and no one really knows. Dead Rhetoric: Leaves’ Eyes has a lot of really big productions, especially for videos. What have you enjoyed about being a part of some…

Sorcerer – Lamenting Spirits

…s. It’s a quicker process than what was around at the time, which were four-tracks and eight-tracks. Dead Rhetoric: You have a day job as a guitar instructor. Have you had to adjust your teaching to more video/Skype sessions because of the virus? Niemann: Absolutely. We are doing everything online since a month back. I work three days a week, I go to my work place because I have some drum students so I have a kit there and work with them on that….

Moonspell – Legacy of Sin

…lved, and I think it’s very important for the bands to get involved with re-issues. We started off with Sin/Pecado, which was a great divider for fans – not everybody loves it. Back then, it seemed like everyone hated it [laughs]. People are very excited about it. But this is not a one-off, we are going to do Sin/Pecado upto The Antidote, so our Century Media years will be available really soon. Dead Rhetoric: What do you remember about the time p…

Satan – Conjuring Magic

…Hellfest, I remember the first time we went to Chile with Satan, that was 4-5 years ago. We never thought that we would go to places like Japan, or the United States- and now we’ve been to the states three or four times, we’ll be going back again in October. A dream come true. We spent a lot of time in the 80’s with Satan just dreaming about that, and it never happened, and we split up. To come back and have that happen for the band, it’s just bee…

Null’O’Zero – All For Metal

…We are happy to do whatever it takes for the band. We are in love with this- we cannot imagine ourselves not playing music and just going to the office, having kids and families. All of us have families- but at the end of the day, we have to do something for ourselves. We are buying guitars, drums, etc. – because we are falling in love with this every day. Dead Rhetoric: What worries or fears you have most about the world that we live in today? If…

Primal Fear – Soaring into an Apocalypse

…rce, potent vocal melodies that reach for the sky or cause spontaneous sing-a-long, head banging action. Remembering the revival of more melodic bands that started in those late 90’s with the self-titled Primal Fear record, it’s awesome to see the band stronger than ever on the record/tour front two decades later. Let’s catch up with Mat about business within the Primal Fear camp, a little talk regarding Sinner and his Rock Meets Classic duties, a…

Obscura – Completing the Story

…re going to do next. Dead Rhetoric: So you don’t intend to do yet another 4-album cycle once again? Kummerer: [Laughs] I’m not sure. I’m already 33, so if I survived the first four everything else is a bonus [laughs]. To be honest, I’m not sure if I really want to do a long-lasting concept or if we just want to release a certain record. I have a couple of thoughts in both directions but I’m not sure yet. Back in the day, we simply came up with the…

Powerwolf – Iron-Willed Sacrament

…nything, you don’t see stage props. The main approach is to write good sing-a-longs, write heavy metal songs, and the second part is to deliver this on stage with good lights, fire, etc. with an interaction between every band member and the audience. We enjoy it at every show – if we didn’t enjoy it, then it would be our last show. Dead Rhetoric: Following the World Cup proceedings, how disappointing is it to see the former champions Germany not m…

Ripe – The Rebirth of Litany

…that in the next four or five years. I would love to make a live DVD or Blu-Ray release- I would love to really get the opportunity to show people what I can do on the screen, you know? Maybe I’m sounding a bit overambitious or greedy, I’m going to stick to what I can do and aim for the goals that are within the framework of possibility. Dead Rhetoric: In another interview I’ve heard, you’ve mentioned a love of American writers like Stephen King,…

Boon – Go with the Flow

…-20 years. He plays in a drum band, dramatic theater that is Blue Man Group-ish- they tour all over the world. We are stepping into that, we have not put any limits to our music and we don’t want to put any limits to our plans. If the possibilities arise, we will be there to take them. There is a certain level you can reach by doing things yourself, but then you need some support by touring agencies, booking agencies, labels, distribution to get t…

Espionage – Dictating the Future

…uzka: The first EP, which we now call a demo because it was poorly recorded- it was a self-titled four track offering that I did all at home. I have my own audio interface set up at home- even now for this latest album I recorded all the guitars and bass at home. I think the vocals we did at a high school/university where there was some music course, but that didn’t turn out too well. Drums were programmed from memory, so we just used computers to…

Nils Patrik Johansson – Sacred Metalhead

…o celebrate Ronnie James Dio. The entire gig was recorded, and we may let 2-3 songs from that gig be available as bonus tracks. I have a lot to do- with Astral Doors, we will do a European tour to promote the album, a headline tour. If I feel the fans like the solo album, and I am pretty sure they will- I put my heart and soul into this album. If it gets good response, I will talk to my booker and do some festival gigs. I am thinking about calling…

Stevie McLaughlin – Tasteful Empires

…s good. Dead Rhetoric: Is it more challenging to write a good, compact five-minute song in progressive metal than an epic, ten-minute track? McLaughlin: Yes, it can be. Sometimes with a more progressive song you can add the right elements until you find exactly what you are looking for- and take away some of the earlier elements. With a short, simple song, the actual core of the idea needs to be really good before you can start. I find it a wee bi…

Æpoch – The Inception of Awakening

…It’s pretty mono in both ears. I have such a weird set up because I’m left-handed but I play open-handed right. But I have the toms set up as a lefty as well, so it’s kind of weird when you listen to it with headphones in. It kind of sounds displaced from what you would think a regular drummer would have it set as. MacIntosh: But it’s actually all coming from the right direction. I think that, and without trying to sound to arrogant – myself, as…

Shadowkeep – In the Blood

…ally we’ll find something that fits with it, tempo-wise, melody-wise, lyric-wise- we build it up like that. Robson: We both have different styles- Chris loves the scales and shredding, and I step up with some of the solos as well. We like the same styles of music, but I tend to like a lot of the more thrash-oriented, heavy riffs. Joining the two together, it seems to work really well. Even if I am a girl! (laughs). Dead Rhetoric: Where do you see…

Shadowrise – The Chosen Vessels

…med to their ears, so you want to go above that. You want to go as far over-the-top as you can – if any genre is going to be over-the-top, its metal. Dead Rhetoric: Going along with that, what’s the most important aspects for a newer band to focus on in today’s metal scene? Laura Guldemond: I think the show must be spot on – you need to involve the audience and recreate it as well on the album, or better. Everything has to be spot on. People see t…

Borealis – Conceptual Offering

…its has positive outcomes for the outlook and development of Borealis style-wise? Marinelli: I have not had the chance to take in either one live- and I am fairly new to their music. I’m really bad with album names. I love Katatonia’s last album that they did. Because I sample them, and then I buy them – as I still love CD’s. I’m still old school. Under the Red Cloud was the first album that I got into with Amorphis, and then I went into their bac…

Denied – The Power of Freedom

…w everyone is a guitar god nowadays. You can go on YouTube and see these 14-year-olds who play extremely complex compositions and are geniuses on their instruments. Dead Rhetoric: Do you get jealous of the fact that these younger people have so much more access to knowledge and information through the internet to advance faster and further than when you were developing your craft? Vowden: Yes, I do. You only have to go on YouTube and you have acce…

The Crown – A Cobra Strike

…of sampling technology. It is not easy to record a drum set- if you are 18-year-old kids, I’m pretty sure it will fail because you need someone skilled that can understand how audio works in a studio. The editing part – it’s very dangerous, because it’s so easy to edit nowadays. Dead Rhetoric: Do you believe that perfection aspect has bled over into the stage with people using samplers and triggers live? Tervonen: Yeah, that’s a big curse also. P…

Purest of Pain – Approaching Solipsis

…verall compared to Bechtold’s other acts). We caught up with Bechtold over Skype one afternoon to talk about the details of Solipsis as well as some wide-ranging topics like her endorsements, future projects, and even what she enjoys spending her free time doing. Dead Rhetoric: Does it feel a little more special to have Purest of Pain putting out their first full-length, as it’s ‘your band,’ as opposed to simply providing the guitar for one of the…

Leaves’ Eyes – Dragonhead in Sight

…e think it has more of an emotional impact, and resonates with people. Hand-made, human-played music. I think with this album, we were able to bring it to a new level with the songs. I think that’s the biggest impact – we have the identity and the songs. I don’t know another band that has a song like “Waves of Euphoria” and “Riders of the Wind” with “Sign of the Dragonhead.” I think we have found our own identity. Dead Rhetoric: Between having Eli…

Tarja – Dreaming of a Dark Christmas

…ng Christmas concerts – symphonic concerts and concerts with different line-ups since 2005, almost every year in Finland and through Europe in general. After all that Christmas experience, I decided to work on another album, but a different one. I didn’t want to do it in a traditional way. I’m a huge fan of soundtracks and movies in general, so I kind of felt like if I work on the songs I want to work on in a score kind of way, so that they could…

The Dark Element – Sweet Mysteries

…. It can easily become ridiculous or banal. Or just way too cheesy and over-the-top. You always have to balance on the edge of the ridiculous. Dead Rhetoric: With the way you described the band earlier, are you viewing The Dark Element as more of a project or a full-fledged band? Liimatainen: That’s a tricky question – of course when this whole thing started, it was a project. I was commissioned to do an album. As we progressed with it, it felt re…

Pänzer – The Tank Charges On

…ndaries, no big expectations. There will always be people saying ‘oh my God- this is nothing new.’ We aren’t doing it for them- we are doing this for the people that want songs in the old way. Dead Rhetoric: You shot your latest video for the title track at the infamous Z7 club – what memories do you have surrounding this venue, and what makes it such a special place? Schmier: It’s very close to my home, even though I live in Germany it’s just 40…

CyHra – Friendship & Dedication

…ertain atmosphere. It’s very melancholic sometimes, with happy and big sing-a-long choruses sometimes. Jake E: Listen to “Closure.” It says it all. Strömblad: That’s a bad ending for a guy with an addiction. These kind of feelings of sadness makes it really strong and personal for me. I went through that shit. It’s very special. But the whole album is very special to me, because I relate so much to the lyrics. Jake E: I relate to them as well, but…

Persona – Emerging from the Cocoon

…ngs for that one, we were mostly inspired by what we were hearing in female-fronted metal bands, so we didn’t have our own proper touch. For this one, it’s more pronounced. Dead Rhetoric: Were you surprised at the level of success that your crowd-funding effort had for creating Metamorphosis, given the band’s fairly brief history? Jelena Dobrić: Yeah, actually we were. We were very pleasantly surprised because all of the people that donated are fa…

Jag Panzer – Striking Variety

…still didn’t get a break. There was still business to be done all the time- specifically the re-issue of four different records. A lot goes into reissues- gathering the original master tapes, finding a studio that can transfer the original analog masters, finding the original artwork – I mean, that was a ton of work. I guess I had assumed when the band went on hiatus, I’d get a break also- and that was not the case. Here I was doing all this work…

Troldhaugen – Humor Evolved

…does Idio+syncrasies place the band? Shead: When we started, it was a down-the-line folk metal [sound], at least trying to emulate what we were listening to at the time. The guitarist, Matt [Bell], and myself were listening to a lot of bands like Finntroll, Lumsk, and Otyg. We were trying to get that sort of sound because we just liked the music. But it’s become less about sounding like something else, and more about doing what we like. The inter…

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