Saturday, November 30, 2013

GORE FOR PASSION NOT FOR FASHION by Jonathan


RAW, NOISY & GORY Vol. 1 GORE FOR PASSION NOT FOR FASHION

Birth



Created in: October, 2009
Genre: Goregrind
Members: Christ (Vomit / Battery) Paul (Strings)
From: St. Paul, Minnesota
Influences: Last Days of Humanity Lymphatic Phlegm Dysmenorrheic Hemorrhage Ulcerrhoea Regurgitate Bodies Lay Broken Retaliation Patisserie Blue Holocaust
Official Facebook page: www.facebook.com/birthofficial
Official ReverbNation: www. reverbnation.com/birthgrind

Bandcamp: https://birthgoregrind.bandcamp.com/



Pyemesis





RAW NOISY GOREGRIND from IRELAND
Previous release:
-Split w/ Bowel Leakage -Pyemesis Demo 2013 -4 trx album 2013
All available on Bandcamp

Official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pyemesis

Squirm

About Squirm: SHOCKING!!! DISGUSTING!!! CRAWLING TERROR!!!! IT WILL EAT YOU ALIVE!!! SQUIRM!!!!
Genre: GoreGrind Members: Jay-Everything From: Slime City Record label: Wretched Decay Records
Influences: Lord Gore, Bowel Stew, Mortician, FondleCorpse, GoreRotted, Impetigo, GoreLord, Satan's Revenge On Mankind, Vomitory, Exhumed.

Genre: Goregrind/Death Metal
Members: Alex - Guitars, Bass, Drums, Vocals
From: Pinsk
Influences: Intestinal Disgorge, Foetopsy, Anal Cunt, Hemdale, Dysmenorrheic Hemorrhage, Regurgitate, Pulmonary Fibrosis, Embryonic Cryptopathia, Phyllomedusa, Bradyphagia, Accept Death, Neuro-Visceral Exhumation, Last Days of Humanity (2000 - 2003), Fistula, Hyperemesis, Menometrorrhagia, Active Stenosis, Regurgitate, Dead Infection
Started as Cockspank in december 2011. Changed name to Bowel Leakage in november 2013.
Future releases: Split with Penis Amputator (Searching for label) Split with Pyemesis (Torn Flesh Records (digital release)/... Records (tapes)) Split with Dread Cunt (Self-released floppy disks limited to 10 copies) Split with Pulmonary Fibrosis (Searching for label) Split with Menometrorrhagia Full-Length Album
Genre: Gore
Members: Cory - Bass Trashy - Skins Kyle - Esophagus Ryan - Guitar
From: Lima, OH
Record Label: DIY
Influences: Couple Skate influences include but are not limited to: Regurgitate. Last Days of Humanity. Excruciating Terror. Agathocles. Archagathus. Plasma. Rompeprop. Dahmer.


Discogs: http://www.discogs.com/artist/Couple+Skate




THANATOMORPHOSE



Started: 2013
Genre: Splatter Horror Goregrind
Members: Dez D'Outre-Tombe - Everything
Ville d’origine: Hull, Canada
Influences: Regurgitate, General Surgery, Carcass, Terrorizer, Napalm Death, Machetazo, Last Days of Humanity, Dahmer, Mortician, Agathocles, Unholy Grave, Hemdale, Dead Infection, Malignant Tumour, Rot, Haemorhage, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Cripple Bastards, Gruesome Stuff Relish, Denak, Catasexual Urge Motivation

Official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ThanatomorphoseGrind





Croque-Mort


CROQUE-MORT is a savage, barbaric and brutal Horror Death/Grind catharsis that draws inspiration out of horror and death . . . NECROPHONIC TERROR! : Horror Death/Grind Terror Machine. Since 2008. Croque-Mort is an old French word for mortician or embalmer. It literally means "death crunch", because the morticians used to crunch the toes of the dead to make sure they were really dead...
Started: 2008
Genre: Horror Death/Grind Terror
Members: Dez D'Outre-Tombe - NECROPHONIC TERROR!/ Instruments of torture (Axes, buzzaw, grindmachinegun & growls from beyond the grave)
From: Montreal, Quebec, Canada Currently active in: Hull, Quebec, Canada
Influences: Mortician, Carcass, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Impetigo, Necrophagia, Agathocles, Catasexual Urge Motivation, Dahmer, Abscess, Repulsion, Brutal Truth, General Surgery, Regurgitate, Exhumed, Dismember, Entombed, Dead Infection, Unholy Grave, Malignant Tumor, Machetazo, Napalm Death, Brodequin, Hemdale, Haemorrhage

Monday, November 25, 2013

Interview w/ Nabil Abaddon of Sacrilege (Thrash Metal, Dhaka, Bangladesh)





Official Facebook Page : ( https://www.facebook.com/Sacrilegebd)

Vishal - What are you doing nowadays?
Nabil
:  We are doing a couple of things like recording our first original, practising some covers and writing more lyrics!We've got a number of shows in December.So preparing for them as well.

Vishal - Can i get the story of your band and biography? What is the meaning of Sacrilege means to the band?
Nabil: Well it all started off in the last days of 2012. Our riffer Tajrianul wanted to form his own Thrash Metal band.He jammed with some musicians like Digonto Islam and Meraj Azad(both fromAbominable Carnivore) but it did not work out for long. Then he found Saquib Ahmad,our drummer who just left Abominable Carnivore then and Arif Islam from Tajrianul's ex band Damage Inc. They started practising regularly and after a few months Turzo Hasan, Arif Khan and I joined in.Thats how it all came about. Basically We all just love Thrash Metal! 

Sacrilege means to profane/desecrate something holy. Basically, we have a lot of hypocritical shits going on in the society in the name of politics,democracy,education,religion and even in the music of Metal! We call upon a rebel against all these as a band.

Vishal - What are the lyrical themes you use in your song?gore, horror, politics, anti religion etc.. Nabil: Firstly, we are not anti-religious.But we do oppose the hypocrisies and terrorism that exist in the name of religion. Our lyrical themes are taken from life and society that we are pissed off about. They have deep meanings and sometimes are a bit thought provoking. We are not just like any other bands who would go on about social issues,gore,poseurs,nuclear bombs without any point. Our vox Arif and I deal with the lyrical duties and to a lot of extent, our lyrics are quite personal.

Vishal - How it feels to be in an Underground band? And for how many years you are in this scene?
Nabil: I feel like kicking some asses! Thrash is all about that hahahahah! Well its been a while...some 5 years.

Vishal - Which are the bands that have influenced your band most?
Nabil: Exodus,Sodom,Metallica,Slayer,Death,Evile,Powersurge,Severe Dementia etc etc

Vishal - What are the future plans of Sacrilege? any tours, releases, recordings etc.
Nabil: if everything goes right, we will be releasing our first original 'Fueled by Hate' through an online compilation called Raktapyas!Apart from that we are going to self-release a demo CD containing the song and our rehearsal videos of two covers.Hopefully by the end of 2014, we'll come up with our debut EP!We don't wana rush and make a stupid EP which offers the same old thrash sound. We are doing regular shows.We would love to tour Nepal,India and other countries around Asia in the near future. CALL US UP!

Vishal - How do you feel about the classifications in metal? like deathcore, metalcore and other subgenres.. Nabil: umm...Metalcore is cool when you're nailing your girl! dunno about the rest.Look man, new subgenres are coming up every other day.its upto you as to what your ears relate to!But at the end of the day, the authentic Metal is Heavy,Thrash,Death and Black Metal! I am more into those.

Vishal - In general term metal isn't appreciated by Society what do you have to say on this?
Nabil: If they accepted Metal,then theres no point of doing it. Metal music is the dark reflections of the society! We don't sing happy shits! Why would they like it?

Vishal - What is your opinion on sites posting Underground Materials?
Nabil:
I think its awesome and much needed! Really important.

Vishal - Ok, what do you want to tell those peoples who rips off the band hard work and illegally downloads their music?
Nabil: I wanna hunt 'em down and rip 'em off back!

Vishal - Beside Sacrilege do you have any other projects you have? If then, Can you tell us about those projects in few words?
Nabil: Nope.

Vishal - Is it hard surviving in underground Scene?
Nabil: Yes,specially with the lack of shows,money and cheap-ass band politics!

Vishal - Metal has to be underground or metal has to go mainstream, what's your opinion?
Nabil: Truth is Metal will always exist in both places. But i think Extreme Metal should always be underground!

Vishal - What is your opinion on the current state of underground metal?
Nabil: In Bangladesh? Its divided in the stupid 'true-poser' dispute!Apart from that, Bangladesh is going through a massive Thrash revolution at this moment.Proud to be part of it.

Vishal - Which is the album you want to take to your grave?
Nabil: Sound of Perseverence or Deliverance!

Vishal - Can you recommend us some good bands from your country for our readers?
Nabil: Severe Dementia,Jahiliyyah,Abominable Carnivore,Homicide,Enmachined,Thrash,Dissector.

Vishal - Support Underground Metal, how much you agree on this quote?
Nabil: I say, Support Metal!Support good music!

Vishal - Where do our readers can buy and listen Sacrilege and any other merchandise?
Nabil: You can hopefully get it from the compilation Raktapyas and also for our videos and updates, go to www.facebook.com/sacrilegebd

Vishal - Do you remember your first show with Sacrilege, How was it and how did the crowd reacted to your first show?
Nabil: We performed in front of a stranger crowd as well as our brother metallers. The appreciation was massive.

Vishal - Metal Fans from Nepal doesn't have a proper way to reach your records and any other such bands, Is there an easy way so we can also get the hold of cds, shirts etc.
Nabil: Our close brothers Homicide will playing at Nepal Death Fest next year.We'll send some stuff then!

Apart from that Sacrilege would really love to tour Nepal soon!!

We can bring CDs and merch then

Vishal - Do you have any plans to come to Kathmandu (Nepal) in coming days?
Nabil:
We do want to! We are looking forward to touring there.

Vishal - What do you hate in Underground Metal?like, anything..
Nabil:
 People like to call themselves TRVE cause they listen to old school metal and call anyone poser who does not! Just fuck off!

Vishal - Your dream metal fest line up.
Nabil:
Exodus, Sodom, Slayer, Kreator, Nile, Necrpohagist, Opeth and our very own Severe Dementia!

Vishal - Quick top 5 albums we must have in our collection.
Nabil
: Reign in Blood, Bonded By blood, Sound Of Perseverance, Paranoid,In Torment In Hell...just to name five!

Vishal - Lastly, a space for you anything EUMSN have forgotten to ask you can tell us here?
Nabil:
Listen to good music,listen to whatever you want,lastly listen to Thrash fucking Metal!!




Sunday, November 24, 2013

Best Of Jonathan Perusse (Vox of CHUD) from 2013


Alright so apparently it's that time of the year again where everybody is doing their "top 2013 best album". So I'm gonna do mine, but mine is really short haha! First of all there's no really good new albums that comes to my mind, yeah sure there's a shitload of new Slam band with guttural vocals and stuff, but none of them have kept my attention enough to put them in my list. Of course there's the new Carcass and shit but they are already well known, and the point that I'm doing this is to make you discover new bands, somebody will put Carcass in their list, don't worry about that haha!
First of all, I'm canadian! Big surprised eh! Haha! Well, that's why the 2 bands I wanna share with you are canadians, just doing some sweet promotions for our local bands! You've probably heard of them in one of my interviews because I interviewed both of them... Anyway, let's go!
Axxion... That band from Toronto who makes you fell like you're trap in the 80's in a boxing arena filled with sweaty dudes and smoking chicks. I've first heard of them 1 year ago I think, not really sure but anyway, that's not important... But what's important is that I remember the first time I put their album in my tape player (Yeah, that's right, a tape! Can you be more oldschool?) and sitting back on my couch, rolling a 2 paper joint and drinking a cold can of cheap beer, and BAM! It hit me right the face! Every songs have this powerful feeling that you can do whatever the fuck you want, and the only thing you need is a motorcyle (or a bmx if you're poor) and a leather jacket and you're all set! From track to track, D.D.'s voice is so awesome, never on the same boring tone, and he's the proof that you don't need to puke your lungs to be a badass! Well, he have iron lungs for sure, but I'm talking about the guttural stuff... Anyway, I don't fkn know how a guy can sing like that, but he can and he's good! Shred's shredding, of course, and every riffs are unique and just wanna make you dance like those weird glam dudes in Motley Crue videos, except that this is 2013 and they're able to make you cry because you're born too late, but at the same time make you smile because it's like a message: Hey kid, you missed the 80's? No problem, Axxion is here, party time! Anyway, you get the point haha! I've listen to a shitload of music in 2013, but that's one of the only album that I can say I was honestly sad when I heard the "click" sound at the end of the tape... Already done? Damnit...
If you havent heard of them yet, here's 2 links:
And here's the link from the interview I did with them:
The second release I wanna talk about if a GrindCore band from Ottawa, those who know me well know that I truly fucking love them, and the fact that they released a new EP, AMER, just made my year the best one ever! Yep, I'm talking about Fuck The Facts! Their previous album, in my opinion, were really awesome. But this one, my friends, is just... Well I don't know what to say, there's no word to explain that, maybe there's one but I'm french so I don't know it. Yeah, it's a short album, but as soon as I put the tape (yeah, another tape!) in my ghetto blaster, I unleashed hell. Every tracks are unique, powerful and filled with a vibe that wasn't there in their previous releases. And it's really good. Of course if you're not a fan of GrindCore you probably won't like it, but if you are, you really need this EP in you collection. I like the fact that most of their song are in french too, it make me feel more like it's a local band, and I'm proud to say that. In all my tape collection, that's the one who's never really far from my tape player, just because it's always playing...
So here's a link for one of their song:
And here's the link from the interview I did with them:
So that's it folks, I know I didn't talk that much about every tracks on each album but hey, I'm not a journalist, I'm just a normal dude writing stuff about bands I like! These 2 albums that I wrote about are really worth the try, and both of these bands can be easily contacted via Facebook if you're interested! Thanks for the read! I hope you liked what I wrote, if not well... I'm canadian so sorry about that haha! Cheers!

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Interview w/Nuclear K of Ixpapalotl (Death/Grind from Athens)


Official Page: http://kjo666.wix.com/ixpapalotl
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Ixpapalotl
Bandcamp Page: http://ixpapalotl.bandcamp.com/

Vishal - What are you doing nowadays?
Nuclear K
- At the moment we are gathering all our ideas and we are composing new material. When we are absolutely sure for the final structure of our songs, we will proceed to a new release.

Vishal - Can i get the story of your band and biography? What is the meaning of Ixpapalotl means to the band?
Nuclear K
- Ixpapalotl is a death/grind band from Athens , Greece. We formed in 2008. In 2009 we released our first EP "That of the Swamp", a 3 track mini CD that was well met by critics and audience alike. On June 2012 we started the recordings for our new EP "Corpse Republic". It was released on January 2013, as a digital copy for free download.

For us, the band is a place to create music and express ourselves . We are not and will not make any living out of it.

Vishal - What are the lyrical themes you use in your song?gore, horror, politics, anti religion etc..
Nuclear K
- The lyrical themes derive, mostly, from the social / political structure of the world around us. Our songs express our view on human rights, protest and revolt, going against racism, fascism and any other kind of discrimination. We do have songs from our first EP that are about madness and slimy lovecraftian creatures.

Vishal - How it feels to be in a Underground band? And for how many years you are in this scene?
Nuclear K
- It feels nice, it gives us a chance to interact with people through music and it’s one of the few things nowadays where you have absolute control of what you do and what you create, not having to compromise yourself for anything.

Vishal - Which are the bands that have influenced your band most?
Nuclear K
- At this stage, our main influences are Cannibal Corpse and Napalm Death, mostly. But as we progress in song writing, more influences come to the surface.

Vishal - What are the future plans of Ixpapalotl? any tours, releases, recordings etc.
Nuclear K
- Our future plans are to compose new material and maybe do some gigs or a small tour, if the time permits.

Vishal - What is your opinion on sites posting Underground Materials?
Nuclear K
- 100% support. It’s the easiest way for people to learn new bands and discover new music.

Vishal - How do you feel about the classifications in metal? like deathcore, metalcore and other subgenres..
Nuclear K
- It serves the purpose for classifying the sound and the play style for each band. At this, I am not against it. As music progresses, more genres will appear in the future.

Vishal - In general term metal isn't appreciated by Society what do you have to say on this?
Nuclear K
- It is appreciated by the bands and the people who hear the music, so it doesn’t matter to be honest. These people form a sub-society, although smaller by other groups who appreciate other kinds of music. The majority do not decide what is “ right “ or “ good “ for the rest. Our conscience does.

Vishal - Ok, what do you want to tell those peoples who rips off the band hard work and illegally downloads their music? 

Nuclear K - We are a band who gives our material for free, either it is a physical copy or it’s a digital copy for free download. People who appreciate the music and the effort will support the band, either by taking their material or by paying the ticket for a concert. Also, the download will get the music to more people than the physical copies will ever reach.

Vishal - Beside Ixpapalotl do you have any other projects you have? If then, Can you tell us about those projects in few words?
Nuclear K
- There is no other project at the moment, we are focused entirely on Ixpapalotl.

Vishal - Is it hard surviving in underground Scene?
Nuclear K
- The truth is that having a band, is one of the most expensive hobbies. The only hard thing is that you need money to play live abroad, to make a new release etc. But if you are focused on what you do and what you really want, you will find a way to accomplish the things that you want to do.

Vishal - Metal has to be underground or metal has to go mainstream, what's your opinion?
Nuclear K
- Metal has to be what each band wants it to be, and nothing more. Personally, I am against compromising your material, for it to be mainstream or for it to be underground. Create the music that satisfies you, perform it as best as you can, find the sound that fits to your ears and then decide how you are going to distribute it ( by yourself, via a distro or a company). Do it for you and not for the others. Eventually some will like what you do and others will not. If your view is to make music for other people’s ears , for the sole purpose to get accepted in the underground or in the mainstream, then don’t form a band at all.

Vishal - What is your opinion on the current state of underground metal?
Nuclear K
- I thing it’s in a really good state, worldwide. There are many bands who really try to create something qualitative and they put a lot of effort on their music and performance.

Vishal - Which is the album you want to take to your grave?
Nuclear K
- Difficult question, there are so many. “ Covenant “ from Morbid Angel for sure.

Vishal - Can you recommend us some good bands from your country for our readers?
Nuclear K
- Plenty. There is a huge underground scene here in Greece, covering from old school death metal to goregrind. Inveracity , Slavebreed , Head Cleaner , Grassroll , Birth Through Gore, Genna apo kolo , Wreckage, Mortal Torment, Progress Of Inhumanity, Murder Made God, Decomposed Existence, DreamLongDead and the list is endless. Better check out the facebook group “ Greek Death / Grind scene “ , where all the bands are posted / gathered there.

Vishal - Support Underground Metal, how much you agree on this quote?
Nuclear K
- Support what you like to hear and share it with as many people as possible, that’s the quote which suits me personally.

Vishal - Where do our readers can buy and listen Ixpapalotl and any other merchandise? 

Nuclear K - When we make physical copies / t – shirts etc, we announce it on our facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/Ixpapalotl ). When this happens, you contact the band directly.
Both our EPs are free for download at our webpage (http://kjo666.wix.com/ixpapalotl ) or at TornFlesh Records (http://archive.org/details/tornfleshrecords ) .

Vishal - Do you remember your first show with Ixpapalotl, How was it and how did the crowd reacted to your first show?
Nuclear K
- It was great. If I remember correctly , it was on May 2010 with 4 more bands ( Necrorgasm, Incineration, The Anal Treatment Experience and Delete The Mass ) and we had released our first EP “ That Of The Swamp “. Lots of fun, lots of mosh, truly great.

Vishal - Metal Fans from Nepal doesn't have a proper way to reach your records and any other such bands, Is there an easy way so we can also get the hold of cds, shirts etc.
Nuclear K
 - For our material , you can reach us through facebook or from the email on our website. The same way you can reach any other band that you like and you want to get a physical copy.

Vishal - Do you have any plans to come to Kathmandu (Nepal) in coming days?
Nuclear K
- In coming days, no. But it would be great if that could happen in the near future.

Vishal - What do you hate in Underground Metal?like, anything..
Nuclear K
- Only a persons attitude , who looks down to others and thinks the best for himself. But that has to do with people , not with the underground per se.

Vishal - Your dream metal fest line up.
Nuclear K -  Bolt thrower , cannibal corpse, napalm death , entombed , coroner, brujeria , birdflesh .



Vishal - Quick top 5 albums we must have in our collection.
Nuclear K
- Bolt thrower : “ For Victory “, Cryptopsy : “ None So Vile “ , Napalm Death: “ Enemy Of the Music Business “ , Cannibal Corpse: “ The Bleeding “ & Suffocation : “ Pierced From Within “ .

Vishal - Lastly, a space for you anything EUMSN have forgotten to ask you can tell us here?
Nuclear K
- Thank you very much for this interview. I hope you enjoy our music and give a try to all the other greek underground bands. I can assure you that you will find something that will get you hooked. Cheers!

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Interview with Accidentally Murdered (Grindcore/Punk/Bum from Stockton)

Official Facebook Page -  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Accidentally-Murdered/190989997603288?fref=ts



Jonathan - What makes a good Grind/Death metal band?
AM - A band with members that in unison keep the music fast, hard, aggressive, brutally true and never trendy.

Jonathan - What's your opinion of the DIY movement?
AM - It's mandatory! To us it was never a movement, its something natural you have to do in order to make your band function. It's like anything else in life.. sometimes you want something done, you have to do it yourself, right? No one else is going to hold your hand, you have to put in the work.

Jonathan - Why is it so important for you to be in a band and do you have any funny stories to tell?
AM - It's very important. For us, we're friends first and bandmates second. So hanging out and jamming together is all in the same. We can't think of anything more fun in this life. It's that thing that keeps us motivated and we love it. Plenty of stories to tell.. haha, crazy and funny shit happens out there when you're playing shows. For example, one time in Oakland, Ca, we were playing a show at The Stork Club. We were all out front before the show having a cigarette, when what appeared to be a twacked out homeless guy was walking in the middle of the busy street. A CHP (California Highway Patrol) car was driving up behind the man and got on his loud speaker saying "Hey crackhead, get out of the road!" We all started dying of laughter. It was pretty hilarious.

Jonathan - What's the origin of the band name, Accidentally Murdered ?
AM - The name came up from thinking up song names that were comedic yet brutal. We didn't have a name at this point. The name one was brought up one day in the band room and we thought it was funny. Like, I've heard of someone getting accidentally killed, but how do you accidentally MURDER someone? The name was real catchy for us, we thought it would stick in people's heads.

Jonathan - Have you changed the band's name before?
AM - Nope, it's been the same name from the beggining. However, some of the songs were products of my old project. We kept those because they have the same feel.. we have always kept this genre true, it will stay real.

Jonathan - Who are your major influences? Or do you just write what you like and that is the result?
AM - Plenty of influences no doubt. We enjoy too many to name. Influences have played a major role in our lives and we thank our favorite bands for that. But when we write, we grind. We bounce riffs off eachother.. guitars, drums, bass .. we have fun and get our result.


Jonathan - How long have you all known each other? 
AM - Two are actual family (uncle,nephew).. the rest of us have known eachother so long that its like we're all family.

Jonathan - How did you meet?
AM - Some of us in elementary, some in high school, and some in diapers.

Jonathan - When did you form your band? 
AM - Started as a side project in June of '04. But it actually feels like we just got our shit together.

Jonathan - What inspired you to make music together?
AM - We're all on the same page. We write what we want to hear, we all have the same musical vibe and lucky for us we play the different instruments to form a band.

Jonathan - Im sure some countries or crowds are more enthusiastic than others, do you have any particular anecdotes to tell us? Any funny moments? Disappointments?
AM - Funny moments? YES. Disappointments? THEY HAPPEN. In this business, its whatever's next. We'll keep some things private, just know its been a fuckin' wild ride!

Jonathan - Which songs do you perform most frequently? 
AM - Revenge Through Annihalation, Vaginal Battery, Deep Fried Babies, Slapped To Death...

Jonathan - Do you ever play any covers? 
AM - We used to play "Streaks of Blood" by Bophamet a while back. Messed around with some "Vengence Unleashed" by Dying Fetus and "When Satan Rules His World" by Deicide .. but we're mainly busy watching football and writing our own stuff.

Jonathan - Who writes your songs? 
AM - Everyone. The riffs can come from anyone here and there. Everyone just starts freestyling. Next thing you know, we're jammin' having a good 'ol time and poof... a song is born. Guitars play an important role to starting that process most of the time.

Jonathan - What are the main themes or topics for most of your songs? 
AM - Comedy/horror and real shit. We make them gruesome, but most of it is what happens in real life. For example, "Flesh Eating Semen" describes a rapist in action and some of the things that go through his mind. "Vaginal Battery" is just about sex.

Jonathan - Do you think these topics will change over time?
AM - Not likely. Fucked up things will always happen in this world. Its sad, but true. So we'll keep writing the brutal truth. However, its about what we're really in the mood for.. so it can be anything. Whatever comes to mind will proceed.

Jonathan - Could you briefly describe the music-making process?
AM - Example: Say I start fucking around (guitar) with something in my head.. Evil (drums) will follow and so forth. We pause to discuss, but freestyle is our style. Its all off the top of the head, then we knick knack it to start practicing it as a song. Also, communication between all of us is key. We run everything by everyone to make sure we are all satisfied moving forward.


Jonathan - What are your rehearsals generally like? Do you have a set time each week in which you practice or are rehearsals more spontaneous?
AM - Tuesdays and Thursdays officially are drinking, hanging out, bullshiting, smoking, and grinding our worries away days. We may sneak Saturdays in there too. But its a fucking awesome time practicing and kicking back at Chuck's(guitarist/jamspot).

Jonathan - How has your music evolved since you first began playing music together?
AM - It has evolved into something much easier now. The flow is great and naturally you get better with time. But there will always be growth, so we have to keep on grindin'.

Jonathan - What has been your biggest challenge as a band? Have you been able to overcome that challenge? If so, how?
AM - The biggest challenge for us is finances. Apart from having fun and playing gigs, you have the business side of it all. Equipment, recording, materials, gas, etc. Money will always be an obstacle, but we find ways overcome that. Some of us work, some slang.. whatever it takes to prevail.

Jonathan - What advice do you have for people who want to form their own bands?
AM - Get to know your band members and start a positive bond amoungst yourselves first and foremost. It also helps out having everyone in agreement (deep down) to what genre you guys want to play. Have a little money to put up and the rest writes itself.

Jonathan - For those who don’t know you, How can fans-to-be gain access to your music? Do you have a website with sample songs or a demo CD?
AM - Mainly our Facebook page:www.facebook.com/accidentallymurdered. We are on Reverbnation.com and those have a few songs up from our debut album which should be coming out this summer ('13). Demo cds are available at shows.

Jonathan - And the last question is all yours, you decide what to say here!
AM - Support your locals, wash your hands, and whatever happens... just KEEP ON GRINDIN'!!!!

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Interview with We the Equinox (Metal from Orem, UT)



Official Facebbok Page -  https://www.facebook.com/WeTheEquinox


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Vishal - "What are you doing nowadays?"
Luis
- "Currently we're making all of the preparations in order to hit the stage and do it the right way. It is taking a bit of time but it'll be worth it when it happens."

Vishal - "Can i get the story of your band and biography? What is the meaning of We The Equinox means to the band?"
Luis
- "We all knew each other from previous bands and when we got together it was an instant click. We The Equinox stems from the feeling that we all had at the time that we were turning over a new leaf, a turning point, if you look up what the EQUINOX is it makes more sense."

Vishal - "What are the lyrical themes you use in your song?gore, horror, politics, anti religion etc.."
Luis
-"We all write lyrics collectively. Our lyrics are centered around life experiences we've had and what they've taught us. Acknowledging the bad in the world but focusing on the good."

Vishal - "How it feels to be in a Underground band? And for how many years you are in this scene?"
Luis
- "Aggressive music will always be more of an outcast in the music scene but it makes for a closer community so in that sense we don't mind. We've all been in the scene for years but this band is fairly young. Under a year."

Vishal - "Which are the bands that have influenced your band most?:
Luis
- "Influences come from a lot of different genres and bands but if I were to pick a few it would be Veil of Maya, Born of Osiris, Within the Ruins, etc."

Vishal - "What are the future plans of We The Equinox ? any tours, releases, recordings etc."
Luis
- "We're releasing our debut self titled demo this Friday the 14th. After that we'll be focusing on hitting the stage and making an impact in our local scene."


Vishal - "What is your opinion on sites posting Underground Materials?"
Luis
- "I think sites like this are a huge medium for bands to reach people they wouldn't have otherwise. For any band trying to get their music heard and name out there sites that really care about the community and music are super important."

Vishal - "How do you feel about the classifications in metal? like deathcore, metalcore and other subgenres.."
Luis
- "Those classifications help when trying to explain a certain sound or influence to others but they tend to divide people way too much. Good music is good music regardless."

Vishal - "In general term metal isn't appreciated by Society what do you have to say on this?"
Luis
- "It is an outcast genre. Though people will recognize talent and passion regardless of what the label is. That is, if they're open minded."

Vishal - "Ok, what do you want to tell those peoples who rips off the band hard work and illegally downloads their music?"
Luis
- "It really does hurt the band. Bands try to reach certain financial goals in order to continue to provide the best material for their fans. So stop."

Vishal - "Beside We The Equinox do you have any other projects you have? If then, Can you tell us about those projects in few words?"
Luis
- "Our bassist, Allen Barkley, is in another band as well. Dethrone the Sovereign. They're killing it!"

Vishal - "Is it hard surviving in underground Scene?"
Luis
- "People complain that there is not much of a scene and so the hopes for their bands are low but if there is no scene, make one! Hard work is always rewarded."

Vishal - "Metal has to be underground or metal has to go mainstream, what's your opinion?"
Luis
- "That's the beauty about the genre as a whole. There is metal that is underground and some that is mainstream. It doesn't have to be one or the other."

Vishal - "What is your opinion on the current state of underground metal?"
Luis
- "There is a lot of talent in the underground scene. A lot of bands are tearing it up. Music lovers will actually take the time to dig through and find those bands."

Vishal - "Which is the album you want to take to your grave?"
Luis
- "Tough question, I've been diggin this album a lot lately Hollow Crown by Architects. A perfect blend of great musicianship and hooks/melodies. Every member is a master of their instrument. I can't speak for the whole band though."

Vishal - "Can you recommend us some good bands from your country for our readers?"
Luis
- "I've gotta pick our brothers from Dethrone the Sovereign. You've probably heard of every other major band from here.


Vishal - "Support Underground Metal, how much you agree on this quote?"
Luis
- "Agree whole heartedly! Bands need a good fanbase to succeed! We can't do it without you!"

Vishal - Where do our readers can buy and listen We The Equinox and any other merchandise?"
Luis
- "You can download our demo from wetheequinox.bandcamp.com, iTunes, Spotify, etc. For physical copies of our demo and upcoming shirts you can visit wetheequinox.bigcartel.com.

Vishal - "Do you remember your first show with We The Equinox, How was it and how did the crowd reacted to your first show?"
Luis
- "Haha we haven't played a show yet. We're working towards that but putting in the preparation has already given us a solid fanbase to work with when we're ready to hit the stage."

Vishal - "Metal Fans from Nepal doesn't have a proper way to reach your records and any other such bands, Is there an easy way so we can also get the hold of cds, shirts etc."
Luis
- "All our merchindise will be posted on wetheequinox.bigcartel.com and for downloads of our music visit wetheequinox.bandcamp.com, iTunes, Spotify, etc."

Vishal - "Do you have any plans to come to Kathmandu (Nepal) in coming days?"
Luis
- "Maybe in the future, who knows where this will take us."

Vishal - "What do you hate in Underground Metal?like, anything.."
Luis
- "I wouln't say I hate it but there's too much division between the different groups of people with certain genres. Just get along! Appreciate good music! Simple as that."

Vishal - "Your dream metal fest line up."
Luis
- "Between the Buried and Me, Pantera, Impending Doom, As I Lay Dying, Animals as Leaders, Within the Ruins, there's just too many."

Vishal - "Quick top 5 albums we must have in our collection."
Luis
- "Periphery II, Pantera - Vulgar Display of Power, Between the Buried and Me - Colors, Impending Doom - Baptized in Filth, Architects - Hollow Crown."

Vishal - "Lastly, a space for you anything EUMSN have forgotten to ask you can tell us here?"
Luis
 - "You can find us in Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, or visit  http://www.wetheequinox.com/ for updates." We the equinox , wetheequinox.com Hey there everyone! Thanks for checking out our website. We're currently doing a lot of work and preparations to give you all the best that we have to offer both on and off stage. While you're here...