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Warred – Mask of Chaos

…straight after that, we began to listen to other genres of metal, the line-up kept changing so we felt the music we recorded for that EP did not represent us anymore. We wanted to go further, sound-wise. Rodrigo: As soon as we found what we considered to be a stable line up, we wrote those songs, recorded and dropped the Wild Legion EP. The process was very simple, actually. But then, we found ourselves into that line up dilemma again. Those year…

Ulcerate – No Saviors

…ts. It is an album where complexity merges with atmosphere, and melody ever-so-gently makes its way to the fray — and stays there. Here to chat up Stare into Death is drummer Jamie Saint Merat, who, like all of us, is currently holed up in his abode, riding this thing out… Dead Rhetoric: First off, how are you holding up during these ever-uncertain times? Jamie Saint Merat: We’re fine. New Zealand is handling the situation a lot better than other…

Dynazty – Dynamic Delight

…ver the rest of the band, and many times it backfires. It’s a bit of double-edge sword. There are plenty of bands who got away with it- one of the first Judas Priest hits was “The Green Manalishi” which is a cover. I don’t know how many Priest fans know that this is actually a cover. Dead Rhetoric: And “Diamonds and Rust” was a Joan Baez song they did. Judas Priest were one of the bands who could record covers, be accepted, and still churn out awe…

Wolfheart – Fire and Chaos

…band’s Devastation of the Nation tour got postponed to 2021 due to the ever-present COVID-19 pandemic. We talk a bit about that during our Skype interview, as well as the band’s guitarists shuffle, the Finnish/Russian conflict during World War II which shapes the lyrical themes for the new album, and frank discussion about the melodic death/extreme scene and thoughts on newer bands output versus the veterans. Dead Rhetoric: Wolves of Karelia is th…

Aborted – 25 Years of Brutality

…reat movies and horror shit going on back then, but it was also very tongue-in-cheek and cheesy as fuck. We are a bunch of fucking nerds and literally, that’s how it comes across in say, the merchandising and our online presence. It’s really just who we are. We are trying to be honest and be ourselves, and that’s the sense of humor we have. We aren’t going to pretend to be a bunch of psychopaths or super serious guys if we are just video game/horr…

The Unity – Shuffle in Pride

…will like it too. Dead Rhetoric: Being a film and cinema follower as a free-time recreation away from music, what have been some of your favorites over the years that capture your attention and inspire you? Ehré: I’m a film freak. I have a home cinema with a big screen, a lot of Blu-Rays and 4K movies. The bad thing about this is I’m so busy at the moment I don’t have any time to really watch movies. Someday I will surely watch them. I like superh…

Igorrr – Listening vs. Hearing

…year? Serre: Right now, the plan will be touring. We will be touring for a few months in Europe, and then have summer festivals. Then we will be touring in September in North America, and then going into 2021. There’s two years of planning already, which is good enough for now. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2b-rUR9M7MI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zx1VG8EYNzg Igorrr on Facebook…

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…

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…

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…

Netherbird – Freedom in Darkness

…ngs back in the day, and we still do. Now we are more of a solid, full line-up, so there might be more people contributing to the songwriting. But so far, it’s me and him. Basically, he comes up with the basic riffs, or a pool of riffs, and we arrange them into a song. The way that we sound is the trade-off between his way of playing stuff – he is really musical and proficient with a lot of instruments, and I am a really crude, old school death me…

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…

White Mantis – Above the Post-Apocalyptic Highway

…despise over-produced albums and our second demo Ravenous was only an over-dubbed rehearsal room two-track. Back then I thought of only releasing music that way. I didn´t want to make an album, just singles or maybe an EP. Dead Rhetoric: Sacrifice Your Future is the band’s first full-length effort. How did you decide what songs were going to make the grade as it’s a mixture of some of that demo material re-recorded plus new songs? Where do you se…

Destruction – Drowning in Chaos

…a show, there will be a couple of amazing bands, and there will only be 200-300 people instead of 2,000-3,000. That wasn’t the case back ten years ago. I understand people that go to festivals though, for a small budget you get so many bands, and a lot of fun of course. Dead Rhetoric: Are there any signs of Destruction slowing down, especially now as Mike and yourself are in your 50’s – or does the desire to create and perform within the band only…

The Offering – Welcome Home

…into the studio right now, I’m still having a little PTSD thinking about it- the self-criticism over and over again. At least the next year and a half we are going to tour like nobody’s business, if we are lucky enough. If someone asks us to go, we are going. Nishad: We aren’t supposed to submit another record until at least 2021, and that will come up very soon. We are a band that takes a long time to write – I may start writing early next year….

John 5 and The Creatures – For the Love of Guitar

…just listening. Dead Rhetoric: What plans do you have going on over the rest of 2019? John 5: I’m going to go to Australia with The Creatures for the first time. That’s pretty exciting. We are going to be doing a Halloween run, which goes into November, which is mid-west with some east coast and down south appearances. I have the Megacruise coming up. Every month I’m going to be doing something. Again, I’m so thankful and so excited about life in…

Morbid Cross – Reality to Insanity

…Sodom just have kick ass songs. And at the time we just loved that album (M-16). Dead Rhetoric: The newest full-length Disciples of the Goat just hit the streets. Where do you see the evolution of the band and major differences between this effort and your previous EP? Marcus: The evolution of the band is really just to keep going where we are going. I believe the bare bones of the band have been established on the album. The jump of skills from t…

Andavald – Undir Skyggðarhaldi (Mystíkaos)

…t throughout is an unsettled, even perverse sense of beauty. The production is murky but robust – everything has space to breathe. Unsurprisingly the vocals are cast in the mold of a specter struggling against disembodiment, a disembodiment carried in things distant (the shimmering walls of ever-shifting guitar) and the familiar (the rhythm section, particularly the oft-warm bass). It’s vivid, even inviting even though it’s absolutely suffocating….

Invicta – Terminal Aggression

…o other parts of the world, and have you already started work on the follow-up effort? Edissi: We are going to try to plan to do maybe a mini-tour or something, but we have to make sure all the logistics work out before we can guarantee anything. I would love to do a North American tour as soon as possible but the timing and conditions need to be right. Luckily because of social media we are already pretty global. We are trying to continue our glo…

Paladin – Ascending to Shred

…at you definitely need to have some kind of content, whether it’s clips on Instagram/YouTube and build a following that way. Have some kind of album that is well done and well produced. In addition to that, just play a lot of shows. Not just locally – start locally and get a good home town following and start spreading out regionally into nearby states. Start doing some smaller tour-type things. I think all of it plays a part, and I could certainl…

Cathartic Demise – Racing for Liberty

…Rhetoric: What types of goals do you set for Cathartic Demise in the short-term and long-term? Are you content to remain a DIY, independent entity, or would you like to seek out label support? Smith: We’re definitely looking to take the band to the next level, with tours and hopefully a full time career in this business. Dead Rhetoric: How would you describe Cathartic Demise when it comes to a live performance? What have been some of your favorit…

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…