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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - Entrevista a Noah Histeria
    volúmenes etcétera Una vez acabado esto duró meses ya nos aislamos en el estudio para grabar los temas Contábamos con buen gear comida bebida y demás y este proceso si fue algo más duro que el anterior por cosas como las edits que es algo más repetitivo Fueron unos meses de aprendizaje constante a nivel tanto musical como de psicología de bandas y estamos encantados con el resultado final Vosotros mismos describ í s vuestra m ú sica como naturaleza sin naturalizar sosiego calma y a la vez ira rabia C ó mo se os ocurri ó juntar todos esos conceptos para crear un estado mixto en vuestras canciones Simplemente expresamos lo que nuestra espontaneidad natural nos lleva a expresar El hecho de que estos sentimientos estén tan presentes en nuestra música y sean tan reconocibles se debe a que no buscábamos expresar algo en concreto simplemente queríamos expresarnos Directamente eliminamos el paso intermedio por el cual haces la rabia concepto y tocamos con rabia porque nos salió con rabia no porque lo buscásemos Esto es lo que entendemos como naturaleza sin naturalizar Una de las peculiaridades de la banda sin duda alguna son las letras donde tiene cabida todo tipo de sensaciones y emociones y destaca un rico vocabulario y una composici ó n literaria compleja Todos escrib í s o es obra de alg ú n miembro concreto Es algo de lo que se encarga Doc Es algo bastante personal en lo que invierte mucho trabajo Por otra parte no discriminamos la voz en lo que se refiere a mezcla intensidades frecuencias etc Por lo que tiene el mismo trabajo que puede tener un instrumento en lo que a producción se refiere Con raz ó n de vuestro primer singles Un Lugar Mejor fuisteis ganando una serie de logros entre los que destaco n º 1 de la plataforma bandness estar en el top 20 de grupos emergentes de 2012 ganadores del concurso Lasting Records finalistas del Arenal s Road etc Esperabais una acogida tan buena en vuestros primeros pasos No la verdad es que nos animó mucho a seguir con nuestra propuesta Es una suerte tener buena acogida cuando sales al mundo como banda No s ó lo en vuestras letras y canciones plasm á is un concepto renovado de lo emotivo de lo extra ñ o y abstracto vuestra portada da buena cuenta de ello C ó mo se os ocurri ó colocar todos esos elementos Tienen alg ú n significado concreto Somos animales Han pasado siglos y más siglos y seguimos siéndolo pero aun así a día de hoy vivimos en un mundo distinto al de ellos Creamos un sistema de lógica de moral de abstracciones que nos sirven como herramienta para avanzar y nos desmarca de ellos pero hemos acabado viviendo tan intensamente en éste que nos hemos separado por completo de nuestra naturaleza y eso tiene un precio el sufrimiento Los animales son naturaleza sin naturalizar pura espontaneidad sin restricciones de moral sin

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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - A-Z
    2014 Entrevista a Vacío 01 Julio 2014 Entrevista a Betagarri 27 Junio 2014 Entrevista a Dark Hellion 25 Junio 2014 Entrevista a Heid 23 Junio 2014 Entrevista a Riot of Violence 12 Junio 2014 Entrevista a AcidProyect 11 Junio 2014 Entrevista a Catorce 09 Junio 2014 Entrevista a Barbarian Prophecies 07 Junio 2014 Entrevista a Exodia 06 Junio 2014 Página 11 de 17 6 7 8 10 11 12 13

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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - Chastain: Interview with David T.Chastain
    releases a year Now days there are probably at least a 100 a month Of course the Internet is the big difference It has totally ruined the old business model Now days there is so much theft of music that it is hard to make a profit on your Cds Chastain has been around for a long time and you make a music genre known for its loyal fans Are there any young people among your followers besides your long time fans Surprisingly there are quite a few young fans contacting me on Facebook Mainly young female fans I think they like the heavy female fronted music more so today than in the old days Also some of them tell me their parents were really into the band and they grew up listening to Chastain That is great One of the features that I like the most regarding bands like Chastain is that the albums and the sound evolve but the spirit remains the same Do you agree What s the secret to keep the band in such a good shape I write music the way I write music Good or bad I have my own style of metal So with my writing style and Leather s unique vocals we are going to have the Chastain sound I don t really listen much to other bands so I can t really tell you what current style is most popular I have never wanted to copy another guitarist or another band Actually I am always afraid something I wrote sounds too much like another band then it has be trashed Unlike some other veteran bands your albums always live up to the expectations which are your favourite Chastain albums I would say Ruler of the Wasteland during Leather s first era During Kate French s era I like the In Dementia release the most During Leather s second era it is too soon for me to say whether We Bleed Metal or Surrender To No One will be my favorite It usually takes me 5 years before I can truly judge an album Bands like Chastain although sometimes underrated are always a great influence because of their commitment Do the new bands or not so new mention you as an influence Do you see your influence in younger bands Yes I have had quite a few musicians tell me I was a big influence on them However they don t necessarily sound anything like me I have a unique weird style from my diverse influences that most young players don t even know exist Occasionally I will hear some music that I think sounds a little Chastain in certain parts A couple of bands have covered Chastain songs Most notably Hammerfall recorded the Chastain song Angel of Mercy I m not sure if you pay attention to the most recent metal scene but would you recommend some bands or musician that you respect As I mentioned before I really try not

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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - Chastain: Interview with David T.Chastain
    days there are probably at least a 100 a month Of course the Internet is the big difference It has totally ruined the old business model Now days there is so much theft of music that it is hard to make a profit on your Cds Chastain has been around for a long time and you make a music genre known for its loyal fans Are there any young people among your followers besides your long time fans Surprisingly there are quite a few young fans contacting me on Facebook Mainly young female fans I think they like the heavy female fronted music more so today than in the old days Also some of them tell me their parents were really into the band and they grew up listening to Chastain That is great One of the features that I like the most regarding bands like Chastain is that the albums and the sound evolve but the spirit remains the same Do you agree What s the secret to keep the band in such a good shape I write music the way I write music Good or bad I have my own style of metal So with my writing style and Leather s unique vocals we are going to have the Chastain sound I don t really listen much to other bands so I can t really tell you what current style is most popular I have never wanted to copy another guitarist or another band Actually I am always afraid something I wrote sounds too much like another band then it has be trashed Unlike some other veteran bands your albums always live up to the expectations which are your favourite Chastain albums I would say Ruler of the Wasteland during Leather s first era During Kate French s era I like the In Dementia release the most During Leather s second era it is too soon for me to say whether We Bleed Metal or Surrender To No One will be my favorite It usually takes me 5 years before I can truly judge an album Bands like Chastain although sometimes underrated are always a great influence because of their commitment Do the new bands or not so new mention you as an influence Do you see your influence in younger bands Yes I have had quite a few musicians tell me I was a big influence on them However they don t necessarily sound anything like me I have a unique weird style from my diverse influences that most young players don t even know exist Occasionally I will hear some music that I think sounds a little Chastain in certain parts A couple of bands have covered Chastain songs Most notably Hammerfall recorded the Chastain song Angel of Mercy I m not sure if you pay attention to the most recent metal scene but would you recommend some bands or musician that you respect As I mentioned before I really try not to listen to much

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  • The DrinkTim Webzine
    Remitente Su E mail Asunto Enviar Cancelar Esta web utiliza cookies propias y de terceros para su funcionamiento y personalizar la experiencia del usuario así como para obtener estadísticas anónimas de uso de la web Para saber m aacutes sobre

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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - My Dying Bride: Interview with Aaron Stainthorpe
    time and the recording took a while as well because well it started on October last year But we didn t want to be under pressure and we record it in a very relaxed way So yeah it s been a really long time but it went brilliant Has the return of Calvin Robertshaw affected the album in any way No not really Because unfortunately when Calvin came back most of the album was already finished He came with some riffs melodies and harmonies but really it was 95 finished so Calvin couldn t make much more So we have to wait until the next record to see what Calvin can really do I read some time ago that Andrew always write the music first and then you write the lyrics all alone without listening to the music first Is this still happening Yeah actually yes Of course Andrew also asks me to write him some lyrics for inspiration to compose what he feels reading the lyrics And then he will give me the music back and I will see if I can fit my lyrics with the music Because you have to see if it is an aggressive song or it is a slow one You have to coordinate the mood of both the music and the lyrics And this is actually the way we ve been doing the things But really the music comes first and then the lyrics after This album is quite long it s more than hour length Do you remember having any difficulties finishing a song Or do you have any special one For example in my opinion To Shiver in Empy Halls is the best one It is amazing long and deep Profound I must say Oh thank you very much Actually we are going to play this song live I haven t thought about it yet perhaps My Father Left Forever Is very special for me and It s a great song I also like I Almost Loved You and well the whole album is quite special for me and it s only been finished for a few months now so I don t know laughs I think will wait until we have to play live and see what songs we like the most And any difficulties having to finish any part of the album Not really Because we took so long to finish the album everything went perfect We really assured that all the songs were 100 complete And yes there been songs more difficult than others but we ve been doing this for so many years and all of this is a challenge to see that we can do an album better than the previous one And we all are professional on it so no nothing particularly difficult I think we are quite good at what we do Ok I get it It was a really long process but everything went very smoothly Exactly So you said before that you

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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - My Dying Bride: Interview with Aaron Stainthorpe
    took a while as well because well it started on October last year But we didn t want to be under pressure and we record it in a very relaxed way So yeah it s been a really long time but it went brilliant Has the return of Calvin Robertshaw affected the album in any way No not really Because unfortunately when Calvin came back most of the album was already finished He came with some riffs melodies and harmonies but really it was 95 finished so Calvin couldn t make much more So we have to wait until the next record to see what Calvin can really do I read some time ago that Andrew always write the music first and then you write the lyrics all alone without listening to the music first Is this still happening Yeah actually yes Of course Andrew also asks me to write him some lyrics for inspiration to compose what he feels reading the lyrics And then he will give me the music back and I will see if I can fit my lyrics with the music Because you have to see if it is an aggressive song or it is a slow one You have to coordinate the mood of both the music and the lyrics And this is actually the way we ve been doing the things But really the music comes first and then the lyrics after This album is quite long it s more than hour length Do you remember having any difficulties finishing a song Or do you have any special one For example in my opinion To Shiver in Empy Halls is the best one It is amazing long and deep Profound I must say Oh thank you very much Actually we are going to play this song live I haven t thought about it yet perhaps My Father Left Forever Is very special for me and It s a great song I also like I Almost Loved You and well the whole album is quite special for me and it s only been finished for a few months now so I don t know laughs I think will wait until we have to play live and see what songs we like the most And any difficulties having to finish any part of the album Not really Because we took so long to finish the album everything went perfect We really assured that all the songs were 100 complete And yes there been songs more difficult than others but we ve been doing this for so many years and all of this is a challenge to see that we can do an album better than the previous one And we all are professional on it so no nothing particularly difficult I think we are quite good at what we do Ok I get it It was a really long process but everything went very smoothly Exactly So you said before that you are thinking about what

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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - Disco de la Semana: My Dying Bride – “Feel the Misery”
    digiriendo el álbum y lo percibes al completo te das cuenta de que es un cambio que aporta nuevos matices y le da un aire fresco al disco Lo que no ha cambiado es la gran atmósfera que consiguen crear a través de los pasajes de piano o violín Si bien la sombra que dejó la marcha de Martin Powell fue alargada y parecía que no iban a encontrar un digno substituto hace ya un par de años que Shaun ha demostrado ser digno de recoger el testigo El tema I Almost Loved You es el ejemplo más claro de ello donde ese piano solemne es capaz de arrancar una lágrima al más insensible Un cocktail de amor y traición al más puro estilo My Dying Bride Los ingleses nos recuerdan una vez más que la vida no es un camino de rosas y siguen siendo unos maestros en la música melancólica con reminiscencias del arte romántico y una buena mezcla de doom con death metal Ellos sembraron los cimientos en los que se han basado la escena doom actual y tras doce álbumes varios cambios de line up y una breve fase experimental descanse en paz 34 788 Complete nos han traído material a la altura de las circunstancias Sí es posible que muchos estén en desacuerdo conmigo y que crean que Feel the Misery es un disco que está bien pero que esperaban más de los ingleses Mi recomendación para ellos es que escuchen el cd con atención y que no dejen llevarse por primeras impresiones Dejaros empapar por un trabajo que os trae desde batería y guitarras atronadoras hasta momentos más tranquilos que os llevarán a reflexionar Hay que hacer hincapié en canciones como To Shiver in Empty Halls desgarradora y llena de fuerza pero también con

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