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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Interview With INTERNAL DEVOUR


Interview with australian slammers!

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1.Can i get a backstory on the band/ band biography?

The band started in late 2012, just a few mates hanging out getting pissed and jamming. We recorded a few rough demos and realised if we work hard at it we could be one of the up and coming bands in Australia. Very few bands are doing this style in our country so we fit into a nice little niche.


2. What lyrical theme do you guys use in your music?

Explicit gore, torture, rape and basically everything to do with violence.


3. What bands have influenced your band and its sound?

Visceral Disgorge, Defeated Sanity, Kraanium, Cerebral Incubation


4. What made you guys decide to form a band?

We just all really love music, more then anything! We love having fun so we try keep the band fun and fresh.


5. What is your opinion on sites posting your guys material and other bands material?

We are totally fine with it however our debut album 'Aborted and Slaughtered' got leaked two weeks before release date which really fucked us off. We believe in try before you buy but if you like a band support them!


6. How do you guys feel about the classifications in metal? Like Metalcore/ deathcore,

I personally pay no attention to it, if I like the sound of it I listen to it.


7. When not doing things with the band, what can you guys be seen doing?

Drinking, Smoking, Working like fucking slaves.


8. What is your opinion on the current state of metal?

I think its in a good place, lots of good bands coming up that are killing it. Its never going to be perfect and theres always going to be fuckwit bands but thats life.


9. How did you guys come up with your band name?

We wrote a bunch of names down on a piece of paper and chose what we thought best fit our aggressive style. We want people to feel as if they have been Internally Devoured when they listen to us haha!


10) What can the fans expect to see from you in the future?

Punishing slams, crushing vocals, Insane riffage with disturbing lyrics.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Interview With "Cheerleader Concubine"

New Interview with a Super Sick Goregrind Band!

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1.Can i get a backstory on the band/ band biography?

DEVIN: I started this thing as a joke in 2007 when some friends and I decided to make our own Myspace cybergrind projects.


2. What lyrical theme do you guys use in your music?

DEVIN: I'm a huge faggot so lots of bad anime and japanese culture. Guro stuff, especially the works of Waita Uziga are super duper prominent.


3. What bands have influenced your band and its sound?

DEVIN: When writing and programming the drums, I listen to a lot of Last Days of Humanity,  Go-Zen, and various slam shit. Vocally, I'm especially influenced by Wormed; Phlegeton's gurgles are inhuman.

RICH: For me, Last Days of Humanity, the Locust, and Ion Dissonance are huge influences in the writing process.


4. What made you guys decide to form a band?

DEVIN: Well, like I said it was a joke but then I wanted to get away from the goofiness and attempted to turn it into a legit project. We're still stupid as shit.


5. What is your opinion on sites posting your guys material and other bands material?

DEVIN: I don't care about our stuff; publicity is publicity for us and if more people here us, that's swag. Other artists? That's entirely their thing. I say support the artists who deserve it.

RICH: That's great, we aren't trying to make money; we're just trying to get the slam out there.


6. How do you guys feel about the classifications in metal? Like Metalcore/ deathcore,

DEVIN: I get hella specific with genres so I'm all for it. There's a limit, of course, but it makes for easier searching and whatnot.

RICH: It's good to make classifications, but some people get way too into nitpicking genres.


7. When not doing things with the band, what can you guys be seen doing?

DEVIN: I do graphic design and also contribute to an internet band called xCUNTKICKERx, which is joke beatdown/grind. People can also hit me up on League of Legends, summoner name Shiina Mikado. Be warned; I suck ass.

RICH: I'm in 2 other bands; Warforged and Valley Of Hinnom. Warforged is blackened death metal and Valley Of Hinnom is my solo black metal project.


8. What is your opinion on the current state of metal?

DEVIN: Lots of oversaturation just all around. Even slam has gotten to be a bit much so hopefully we can breathe some life back into it.

RICH: Most of it sucks shit.


9. How did you guys come up with your band name?

DEVIN: CxCx was originally called Twelve Inch Clitoris but I faced a lot of opposition towards using that name so I just brainstormed and came up with Cheerleader Concubine and thought it sounded cool.


10) What can the fans expect to see from you in the future?

DEVIN: Got several splits and a full-length coming. Also some swag ass merch for the people that wanna rep the guro. 2015's gonna be a busy year.

RICH: More ignorant bullshit and slams.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Periphery - To Release Two Albums, New Tour Dates

Periphery have exciting news for their fans today. The progressive/djent group will release dual albums, namely Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega. Juggernaut will be out outside of North America, Australia/NZ and Japan via Century Media Records on January 26th, 2015. Do you like the idea? More music! The band has also announced new shows for next year. "Given the nature and complexity of the Juggernaut story, we've actually done something different and exciting in regards to the release," explains drummer Matt Halpern. "Juggernaut is a story that is told through our music, and we want our audience to fully digest the whole experience. Because Juggernaut is very detailed and dense in terms of character development, peaks and valleys, climaxes and resolutions we've divided the story and music in two, in the form of two separate albums. Juggernaut: Alpha, the first part of the story, focuses on the back story and character development, while part two/album two, Juggernaut: Omega, focuses on some pretty serious and gut-wrenching events, taking you for a thrill ride along the main character's complex journey. Although the albums are split in two physically, the story is only complete when the albums are digested consecutively, allowing the listener to recognize and hear the lyrical and musical overlapping themes, foreshadowing, and connected ideas." "This is new ground and it's exciting," band founder and guitarist Misha Mansoor says of the band's approach to writing and recording Juggernaut, which saw all six members work collectively for the first time in Periphery's history. "It's a way to shake things up. Everyone contributed to everything, even if it wasn't his instrument. It wasn't about confrontation. Everyone was focused on creating a really cool album." Periphery will embark on extensive touring around the release of Juggernaut. First, it will be a five-week North American tour with support coming from Nothing More, Wovenwar and Thank You Scientist. Next on their agenda are Russia, a full European tour with Devin Townsend and Shining (NOR) which leads to a Periphery headlining show in London, UK, on April 1st.

Tour dates:

January 10 - Carrboro, NC Cat's Cradle
January 11 - Charlotte, NC The Fillmore
January 12 - Atlanta, GA Masquerade
January 13 - Tampa, FL Orpheum
January 14 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL Revolution Live
January 16 - New Orleans, LA House of Blues
January 17 - Houston, TX House of Blues
January 18 - Dallas, TX House of Blues
January 20 - Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theatre
January 21 - Phoenix, AZ Club Red
January 22 - Los Angeles, CA House of Blues
January 23 - Anaheim, CA Yost Theater
January 26 - San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
January 27 - Portland, OR Hawthorne
January 28 - Seattle, WA El Corazon
January 30 - Salt Lake City, UT In The Venue
January 31 - Denver, CO Summit Music Hall
February 2 - Minneapolis, MN Varsity Theater
February 3 - Chicago, IL House of Blues
February 4 - Detroit, MI St. Andrew's Hall
February 6 - Toronto, ON Opera House
February 7 - Montreal, QC Corona Theatre
February 8 - Albany, NY Upstate Concert Hall
February 9 - Rochester, NY WaterStreet Music Hall
February 11 - Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club
February 12 - New York, NY Irving Plaza
February 13 - Silver Spring, MD The Fillmore
February 14 - Philadelphia, PA District N9ne

26.02.2015 (BLR) Minsk - Re:Public
27.02.2015 (RUS) St. Petersburg - Zal Ozhidaniya
28.02.2015 (RUS) Moscow - Volta
02.03.2015 (RUS) Novosibirsk - Rock City
03.03.2015 (RUS) Yekaterinburg - Tele-Club

Periphery + special guests
01.04.2015 (UK) London - O2 Academy Islington

SOURCE: METALSTORM.NET

Monday, November 3, 2014

Job For A Cowboy - Debut New Track

As the release of their new opus approaches, Job For A Cowboy give us a new song to immerse ourselves in today. "The Celestial Antidote", as this new track is called, is the sixth in the sequence of nine songs taken from Sun Eater. If you have curious about what the death metallers created this time around, enjoy the new song below. What are your impressions of what you heard so far from the new record? Sun Eater hits stores through Metal Blade Records on November 11th in North America and November 7th/10th in Europe/UK.

https://soundcloud.com/metalbladerecords/job-for-a-cowboy-the-celestial-antidote/s-7YzBu


Tracklist:
01. Eating The Visions Of God
02. Sun Of Nihility
03. The Stone Cross
04. The Synthetic Sea
05. A Global Shift
06. The Celestial Antidote
07. Encircled By Mirrors
08. Buried Monuments
09. Worming Nightfall

FROM: METALSTORM.NET

Monday, October 13, 2014

Blastfest 2015 - Expands To 4 Days, New Bands Confirmed

Here is another festival option for 2015. You might want to go to Bergen, Norway to check out this great line-up. The fest recently announced that it is expanding from a three to a four-day event with a total of 60 bands. The latest additions include Norwegian black metallers Gehenna, Blood Red Throne, Hecate Enthroned, Finntroll, Dark Funeral and Wyruz.

The line-up announced so far with more acts to be confirmed: Alfahanne, Asphyx, At The Gates, Baptism, Blood Red Throne, Bölzer, Borknagar (20th anniversary), Byfrost, Craft, Crib45, Cryptopsy, Dark Funeral, Dark Tranquillity, Dead To This World, Decapitated, Demilich, Den Saakaldte, Djevelkult, Deströyer 666, Destruction, Endstille, Esoteric, Finntroll, Gehenna, Hecate Enthroned, Impaled Nazarene, Melechesh, Moonsorrow, Morgoth, Paradise Lost, Primordial, Rotting Christ, Samael, Sarke, Sarkom, Satan, Saturnus, The Sickening, Tortorum, Tsjuder, Vallenfyre and Wyruz.


From: Metalstorm.net

Saturday, August 9, 2014

My New Project: Injury Of Light

for a long time i wished to write music and share it to the world, making music and uploading the album with his cover art is a awesome feeling. so, i decided to make music on my computer, months ago i've installed a musical software which is very simple to use!. first i started with some easy genres like LOLICORE (it's a mix of dance music and anime music) and in per month i've released my first album.
after that i decided to make something more serious, i was testing my loops and midi's and i found a sound, two months i was working on this album, it sounds like gothic metal with sad pianos and symphonic sounds, with a little opera. and with a little bit of electro key's.

i wanted a gothic name for the project, but after a long headaches i decided to name it INJURY OF LIGHT.
i named the EP album "heart beats" which is simple.

TRACKLIST:
1. Mighty Scream (a epic track, great solos)
2. forgotten land (technical,with good symphonic sounds)
3. forever in my heart (in my opinion, best song of the album, full of sadness)
4. fallen (depressive one,)




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