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Crypta โ€“ 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 โ€“ 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 โ€“ 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 โ€“ 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 โ€“ 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 โ€“ 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 โ€“ 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 โ€“ 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 โ€“ 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 โ€“ 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 โ€“ 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 โ€“ 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 โ€“ 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…

Stellar Death โ€“ Light Breaking Through

…what we were trying to accomplish in the music, while also having more bite-sized goals in writing, recording and releasing a song at a time instead of embarking on an entire album all at once. As we started writing and recording, and discovering our style and the different sounds and songs to explore, it became evident that we had a cohesive set of songs that eventually materialized into the Fragments of Light album. As we continue to write new m…

Iron Mask โ€“ The Masters Return

…approach. You have to trust them, make them feel good and right. Take the best of the best parts, with good precision and timing. I love it, twenty years ago I didn’t have a studio and we were spending money like crazy in any expensive studio. Now you can record anything if you have a good computer and an audio card. I have a good studio in my new house, we can even record drums. It’s a freedom that’s great for a musician, with the internet now t…

Communic โ€“ Leaving a Legacy

…rogressive while also retaining melodic, catchy, or hook elements when you write and develop songs that can average between seven to ten-minutes? Stensland: It’s always challenging, and we always try to challenge ourselves to take it to the next level without ruining what we have already established. We’ve found our sound, all the way back into the beginning. Dramatic, dynamic build ups, time changes with different moods – that is something that w…

Sifting Through Bandcamp Best-of 2020

…. Aggressive, groovy, and surprisingly catchy, all while maintaining a dyed-in-the-wool death metal vibe. 11. Lutharo – Wings of Agony Modern metal that shows its appreciation for both melodic death metal and power metal with a glorious and thundering sound, Wings of Agony is sure to get fists pumping and heads banging quickly. Loads of energy propel each track forwards, with anthemic guitar melodies and an excellent combination of growled/clean v…

Matthew Bowling Best-of 2020

…, the postponement of the central event of my year: Fire In The Mountains. Best Cover Art: Atramentus – Stygian (see larger version HERE) A familiar name in a familiar place: Mariusz Lewandowski. Much like Mirror Reaper in 2018 I was so taken by the cover art for Stygian that I currently have a copy of it in the center of my living room. May his dominance continue for the decade. Best Video: Once AGAIN Most Anticipated Album of 2021: Straight up r…

Matt Coe Best-of 2020

…ins plenty of airings by music alone – but the art could convert many fence-sitters without hearing a note. Best Video of the Year: Humavoid – “Aluminum Rain” Finnish aggressive/progressive metal act Humavoid meld together aspects of djent, jazz, and fusion twists with their own seasoned music school training to captivate the listener. Combining live performance and twisted visual elements, the effect is as insane and harsh as you would expect. Ma…

Stรคlker โ€“ Conjuring Majik

…ike a second guitar. In terms of approaching the songs, we go into the songwriting with the three-piece sound in mind. We don’t want any false kind of sound that you won’t get live. In terms of what I’m trying to get across with the riffs and solos. I guess they are trying to compliment each other. I read a review recently that said the solos even ramp up the songs up more. We want to keep the pace up. It’s such fast music that there is a lot of a…

Kyle McGinn Best-of 2020

…Infinity) A modern metal treat. Fluffy bouncing synths and a driving, stick-in-your-head instantly riff lead this one into glory. The best example of Synthetic stepping things up for their second full-length, a gem in and of itself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B67RD2RVBkE 2. Soilwork “A Whisp of the Atlantic” (from A Whisp of the Atlantic) 16-minutes of Soilwork at their most epic. Infusions of progressive and jazzy elements, while still maint…

Amahiru โ€“ East Meets West

…as an audition. I went there with my guitar and played that song, but super-fast because I thought it sounded way better. I guess now I don’t care so much about speed and showing off, so I am improving in different fields. Dead Rhetoric: Sometimes I think as you get older, that drive to play the fastest you can changes more towards looking at the whole picture. Leclercq: I guess, which is probably why older artists are more boring than the younger…

David E. Gehlke Best-of 2020

…tory, making it Paradise Lost’s most varied album, since, well, 2015’s just-as-magnificent The Plague Within. 1. Counting Hours – The Will (The Vinyl Division) Featuring current and former members of The Chant, Rapture, Impaled Nazarene and Shape of Despair, Counting Hours is the approximation of vintage Katatonia, the aforementioned Rapture and early Anathema. Their debut foray, The Will, is near without flaw, launching melodious, dark odes into…

Eleine โ€“ Empowerment and Honesty

…ou don’t want people to go around feeling bad. But we don’t only go around writing music to empower others, it also helps us. Liljestam: We write what feels right. When you walk into the studio, you can just feel it. As it goes on, the song itself, you just feel more and more empowered. It’s beautiful to know now that the fans have told us that they do feel empowered. We write because we want to let it out, so that’s a beautiful thing. Ekberg: The…

Sodom โ€“ Aggressive as Possible

…effects of the pandemic? What worries or concerns do you have in the short-term or long-term as we try to come out of this? Angelripper: As of today, we have a new lockdown here in Germany because of the coronavirus spreading so much. I don’t know what’s really happening, in the end nobody is helping musicians or artists. The government is doing nothing. It’s a shame for the complete music industry, it’s going down. I’ve never been in a situation…

My Dying Bride โ€“ Dark, Shadowy Journeys

…tainthorpe: I’d like to think that there’s some honesty going on. We could write a 3.5-minute, really catchy rock song if we wanted. It’s just not in us. We don’t want to do that. We want to write from our hearts. We don’t care that the songs might end up being 9 or 10 or 12 minutes long. We did a song a few years ago that was 27=minutes long and we didn’t bat an eyelash when we presented it to the record label – and neither did they! If we have a…

Doro โ€“ Shining Like Diamonds

…t was all good for something. I believe in good energy. You have to do the best you have with what you have and make the best of every situation, even when it’s not so great. But do your best and learn something or do something for others, or something meaningful. In the end, if you follow your heart you can’t go wrong with that. Dead Rhetoric: What else do you have planned in the coming year? Pesch: The new record is in the making, so I hope to r…

Harlott โ€“ In the Thrash Zone

…ssage I’m trying to get across, but topics that will suit the music that I write. When you write angry music you have to put angry words to it. For the first time ever on this album, I wrote about some personal experiences. One song in particular, my life was reasonably upheaved a couple of years, and I was unprepared for how things were going to affect me. I touched on that in that song, and that’s different for me. Especially when you write more…

Doro โ€“ Magic Diamonds: The Best of Rock, Ballads, & Rare Treasures (Rare Diamonds)

…t covers it all (as the name implies). But the bonus, particularly for long-time fans, is the clear amount of care that came into selecting tracks, and giving some different versions. The cds are peppered with some live cuts, as Doro is perpetually out on the road, and some of these are from more recent tours. There’s some fun covers to be had too, such as Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters” and Judas Priest’s “Breaking the Law,” that stand out wit…

DGM โ€“ All About the Songs

…sure 100% that every note and every song was the best that we could do songwriting-wise. There isn’t a difference in the music genre or style, it’s always DGM in every song. We didn’t want a weak link on the whole album. Dead Rhetoric: Tragic Separation is a concept record about unanswered questions and choices regarding everyone’s life and the path chosen plus subsequent consequences brought to other human lives. Any direct correlation between sp…

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