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Starkill – The Force of Gravity

…I think that is something that a lot of people overlook too, especially non-musicians or non-recording engineers that listen to music. The mix and the production is just as important as the songwriting. That’s another reason we were so stoked on the new album. We did almost all of it in our home studio and spent four years on it. We were really happy with that. Dead Rhetoric: Sitting on the album for so long, were there any songs that you just com…

Lord Dying – Cycles of Life and Death

…teve R. Dodd – we found out about him a few years ago. One of our favorite Instagram pages is called ‘70s Sci-Fi Art. It’s all this art, mostly from novel covers of old sci-fi books from the ‘70s and ‘80s, and I just love that art in general. There was one artist that we both thought was incredible, and every time it was Steve R. Dodd. So we decided we needed to figure out how to contact him. We knew he would be perfect for this record, as we want…

Red Handed Denial – From Wanderer to Redeemer

…ything they’ve done during their life. I’ll eventually do an in depth track-by-track of the entire story after Redeemer has been out for a bit! Dead Rhetoric: Given that it is a concept album, how much forethought is given into the flow of the album and how tracks connect to each other? Lauren Babic: It was a lot of flowcharts and storyboards! I wanted to dig very deep into how we could tell the story lyrically and instrumentally. Everything on th…

Eternity’s End – Hotter Than Fire

…oduction, obviously you guys are doing a lot of the recording separately in-home studios- and came together with Piet from Iron Savior to mix and master. Discuss the challenges of pulling this together to make it sound so complete and cohesive? Münzner: I recorded all the rhythm guitars at my place, Phil recorded all his leads at his place, Hannes recorded his drums at his studio- so there were so many things going on. The challenge, with all the…

Týr – Grounded in Honesty

…had some day jobs to help support my livelihood. Then I came across Patreon- I started doing some YouTube stuff but you have to get a ridiculous amount of views on YouTube to make any income from it. Then there’s Patreon- you post your videos and the people pledge their direct support in a selected amount of dollars per video. It started to be quite a decent income on the side. Videos are about guitar playing, songwriting, vocals, even whaling whe…

Video Premiere: Nightrage’s “The Damned”

…y to the track, with some brutal riffs providing the complement to some ear-pleasing melodies, a great chorus, and a top-notch solo later in the song. The video uses some interesting effects as motion occurs and veers away from the norm but including a graceful female dancer to juxtapose the band shots. The band really knocks it out of the part, both musically and visually on this one. Says the label: “The Damned” is taken from the band’s eighth a…

Fallcie – A New Journey Begins

…. But as Russia is culturally separated, most of the bands here work for in-country market and even don’t think going abroad. That’s why in general the level of the scene is currently low comparing to Europe or North America. But there are some Russian-speaking bands that are touring worldwide and having success, like Arkona, Jinjer, Infected Rain, Siberian Meat Grinder, Slaughter To Prevail and some others. I hope the number will increase in futu…

Suffocation – A Grand Deathchopping Finale

…You have always gone back to Breeding the Spawn with each new release to re-do a song. With you exiting, is this something the band will continue? Mullen: I think so, yeah. I’m pretty sure. The goal was always to wrap up and put all the songs from Breeding with a proper production. I think that they will finish doing that. Dead Rhetoric: You were in a few B-movies, is that something that you are still interested in pursuing? Mullen: I’m not going…

Mark Hunter – Down Again

…lheads don’t mind it if I post a picture of a flower. They might not double-tap it on Instagram, but maybe someone else will. They aren’t going to be mad at me [laughs]. I haven’t broken a cardinal, heavy metal sin. It enables me, as a human being with my art, reach different types of audiences. People that like my photography would never listen to my band, or have any interest in the creativity that provides for people, so it’s cool. Dead Rhetori…

Amaranthe – Just Be Yourself

…ways. I really hope we are going towards a better time regarding that. Self-signed artists, I think it’s a good way. Then you don’t need to rely on other people. We, as musicians, don’t feel like we need help from other people, but somehow other people have taken advantage of the industry. So it’s positive that you can release your own music on Spotify, you can be independent, you can be DIY, and it’s a good way. Hopefully it can become even bette…

Immortal Guardian – The Revolution Spreads

…and exactly what you would imagine him to be in person. He’s a really laid-back, awesome guy. They were really awesome to work with. It all started with an Instagram message and then I ended up on MTV playing Iron Maiden [laughs]. Thank god for the Internet! Dead Rhetoric: What musical background do you have? Guardian: I don’t have any formal training. I’ve never taken a guitar lesson in my life. I wish I had when I was growing up, but I just did…

Barreleye – Insidious Missions

…Barreleye started in 2012, consisting of myself, Mischa (vocals) and two ex-members of Secretum, Ives (drums) and Thilo (bass). The history began one year before as I joined the band Secretum in 2011 that split up shortly after. Yves, Thilo, and I started then a new formation. After some months of instrumental jamming, we recorded a four-track demo and we found Mischa. We started first under the name of Karyptis, but because of another band with a…

Cellar Darling – Evolving the Sound

…d? That’s a current question the band faces in the midst of writing the all-important follow-up. In a string of only a few dates in the US and Canada following their ProgPower Festival performance (their first time on American shores post-Eluveitie), we talked to vocalist/hurdy-gurdy player Anna Murphy to get a quick update on their next album, as well as the importance of friendship, storytelling, and philosophy. Dead Rhetoric: First off, how was…

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…

Jungle Rot – On the Hunt

…resurgence of vinyl? Matrise: I love the idea that vinyl is crazy right now- the kids finally caught on. It took them awhile- the kids are finally buying it. I wish things would just go back to vinyl, I don’t think we would have the problem we have with the music industry. The problem is, ITunes came out and changed the game forever. We are still the kind of band that people want to buy based on the cover art. It’s gotta be good! Dead Rhetoric: Ar…

Waelmist – Buried in Blood

…sse: I’d say Gorillaz- Demon Days, Judas Priest- Stained Class, Lost Sounds- self-titled, Nick Drake- Five Leaves Left, and Eyehategod- Dopesick. As for concerts, Gorillaz put on one hell of a show, I’ve very seldom seen a most pit as big as The Oh Sees, and one from myself would be the first time I saw a crowd of people erupt into madness from the music I was a part of… I will never forget that feeling. Cobra: Top five things I’ve been listening…

Invictra – Winning the World Game

…Energy is the first word, relentless might be the second. We’ve got a take-no-prisoners mentality on stage, when we play we want people to see how passionate we are about what we do. The Misfits show in Rochester we played back in 2015 was the first real highlight for me, playing in Syracuse with Havok in the summer of 2017 was definitely another one. Winning Battle Of The Bands in our hometown of Le Roy was another big one too, that helped us pa…

Sumo Cyco – Moving Mountains

…cool projects out there. This is the first tour that we are bringing a full-time photographer with us, Francesca Ludikar, and if you follow her Instagram you can see all the pictures she’s done so far on the tour. Because she’s on the tour this whole time documenting it, we thought about how we could use all this content in a way that’s not just social media. So we are going to compile it into a book that fans can have as a keepsake if they were a…

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…

Nils Patrik Johansson – Sacred Metalhead

…ourse I have to, as a modern day person I have to interact on Facebook and Instagram. I’m a musician, that’s what I am- I try to answer every message I receive. If you want to get new fans, the most important (thing) is to go out and play live. Meeting the audience, that’s the most important. You can be big on Facebook, but when you come out and play live, it still can be 100 people in the audience. Facebook is not real life. Dead Rhetoric: Where…

Derek Hess – 31 Days in May

…ctly. Personally, I think meds are important. A lot of people are very anti-medication, and that’s their trip if that’s the way they want to play it. But I think they are important. It’s an illness, and it can be treated by modern pharmaceuticals. They aren’t like the old ones. The new stuff is really good. I could name-drop meds that I think are great, but also they need to be under the care of a psychiatrist who would prescribe them appropriatel…

Kobra and the Lotus – Continual Transformation

…13 years old- now more than ever, especially in the past several years, 13-15- these kids are killing themselves because they can’t live up to what they see and how people are treating them online, and you don’t have the capacity to deal with this when you are that young. It’s very sad for these next generations – I can’t really believe it actually. Dead Rhetoric: What can you tell us about the Japanese version for “Let Me Love You” for which you…

Phantom Elite – Enter the Wasteland

…r – go back and listen to their first albums now. They have evolved over 15-20-25 years to become as good as they are now, and I love that approach. Dead Rhetoric: What do you feel separates Phantom Elite from other symphonic metal acts? La Torraca: I think it’s that we never really aimed to fit a specific niche. It was never like, “Ok, let’s be a me-too band.” I’m not really glorifying that, but it just sort of happened that every member of the b…

Purest of Pain – Approaching Solipsis

…pe 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 other bands you are involved with? Merel Bechtold: It’s a big difference. Not…

Vexes – New Beginnings

…ay, what role do you see FM radio or something like Sirius having for an up-and-coming band? Graves: I’m not sure – fortunately we got picked up by Sirius XM. Jose [Mangin] and one of the program directors really liked the album. Our lovely publicists at Adrenaline PR sent them the record, specifically to Jose, and he was digging it. He wanted to add “Helion” into rotation, and we were floored by that. It’s probably the best possible scenario we c…

Frost Giant – Metal for the Common Folk

…eath metal, or having an acapella song with finger snaps following a throat-ripping black metal scream-fest and then following that with a humpaa-style romp with kazoos, xylophones, and accordion and then diving into an absurdly heavy blast-beat laden song. There’s some visual stuff too, like how I dress onstage which isn’t a stretch from my everyday attire, or the claymation video for “Prisoner of the Past.” Dead Rhetoric: How did the deal come a…

Phantom Elite – Wasteland (Self-Released)

…first listen. There are some moments to bring you back for sure (the afore-mentioned “Astray”), but it’s a record that seems to unfold and blossom the more you listen to it. At almost an hour of music, it will keep you on your toes with its diversity and range, as well as it’s unwillingness to blindly follow the route of symphonic/’female-fronted’ bands in front of them. A true gem work seeking out – Phantom Elite should rightly be considered fut…

Niviane – Rise of the Druid

…about it 25 times. Aside from them, we have to use every outlet that we can- Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, everything you can. You don’t know what person it’s going to hit, and who is online or who is seeing what. Everyone’s friends list is growing, we have more things to feed through than the previous day. It helps if your product is quality, right? If you put something out and they think it’s cool, they’ll want to keep in touch and check out when…

Sorcerer – An Epic Crowning

…f Black Sabbath again in our lifetime- or will this always be a cult, niche-like appeal sub-genre? Niemann: Uh, another good question. I would have hoped that Candlemass would have been that band who could really (have) taken over from Black Sabbath and been really huge. I guess they are kind of big, but they are still a sub-genre band. For me, I’m not really the type of person who only listens to doom metal to be as familiar with everything. I kn…

Thanatotic Desire – Murder on the Brain

…k it shows on stage with our live performances. Dead Rhetoric: Between 2009-2012, you recorded a self-titled demo, your Deathwish full-length, and Silence to Violence EP. What have been the highlights or learning curves you’ve achieved on each release, either in terms of songwriting, performances, or production/recording techniques? Winton: Well with the self-titled or rather “untitled” demo (later named DDD EP when re-released with DWH entertainm…