Friday, March 29, 2013

Masochistic Autopsy (Technical Death Metal from Calcutta, India)

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Jonathan - What makes a good Death metal band?
: A good death metal band depends upon all the musician in the band .....a good drummer who can play minimum 240bpm and good guitar players playing some extreme stuff and about vocals they cover up the sound with low growls and many other technique we do

Jonathan - What's your opinion of the DIY movement?
y: DIY movement is good... in the extreme form of music specialy in underground society...
Jonathan - I really believe the only passionate way to do music is with your heart. But sometimes hard times and trouble can get in the way. Why is it so important for you to be in a band and do you have any funny stories to tell?
: yeah we have our hard time its like sometimes we get a burden about financial matter....and lots more and funy things is that when our drumer get up from slep at and tell fuck yeah we have to practice!

Jonathan - What's the origin of the band name, Masochistic Autopsy?
: Masochistic means sexual desire and autopsy means to exams human its like we examine there body who all sexually ill.

Jonathan - How long have you all known each other? 
: We know each other for 2 years..
Jonathan - How did you meet?
: We're all friends since we know each there is nothing special about it

Jonathan - When did you form your band? 
: We form our band on 2011 june

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?
: Yeah funny moments are those like there are some crowds who don't listen to death metal....they come and tell" oh fuck what genre is that..."like what escape me is a band over here when they listen to us for 1st time they asked the same question that made us laugh....and dissapointment is like when we dont a get a proper sound...

Jonathan - Which songs do you perform most frequently? 
: We have 5 own composition which will be out in our ep soon we are doing
them on our show...

Jonathan - Do you ever play any covers? 
: Yeah we do waking the cadavar blood splater satisfaction and a new cover we will do next stage is the dying fetus your treachery will die with you
Jonathan - Who writes your songs? 
Its our vocalist Rakesh Bose who writes ours song..
Jonathan - What are the main themes or topics for most of your songs? 
: Main theme... like necrophilia and some other sexual diseases like bacterial vaginosis retro rental fibroplasia
Jonathan - Who are your major influances?
: From old scool band and modern death metal bands, old scholl classics like judas priest, iron maiden pantera, then nile, cannibal corpse, dying fetus ,necrophagist, brain drill...
Jonathan - Do you think these topics will change over time?
Yeah these topics will change over the time..

Jonathan - Could you briefly describe the music-making process?
: we all make riffs, drummer makes drums patern and so as vocalist....mainly i and our gutarist and drummer compose the pattern.

Jonathan - What are your rehearsals generally like? Do you have a set time each week in which you practice or are rehearsals more spontaneous?
Yeah we have a set time we practise for 8 hours a day...and individualy 2 hours

Jonathan - How has your music evolved since you first began playing music together?
: First we wanted to play technical death only..then after the two vocalist joined masochistic autopsy we tried to keep the vocals like slam and gore and the music technical death metal it give a perfect mixture of extreme music

Jonathan - What has been your biggest challenge as a band? Have you been able to overcome that challenge? If so, how?
: Everything we face in music is our biggest challenge...yeah we try our soul to overcome...

Jonathan - What advice do you have for people who want to form their own bands?
: Play hard... practice alot if you want to play extreme, don't be a poser....wearing brutal T-shirt and making tattoo wont make you brutal...

If any of you are fans of death metal and really want to support the underground scene, check out this band and show them some respect!

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