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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - Zephyra interview
    changes Tony gave up the drums and started playing guitar instead for instance It has always been going forward in small steps 2012 supposed an important turn for the band you released your debut EP First Blood you toured around Sweden and even your lineup changed radically How do you remind that year It was a great year for the most part We played a lot our songs were aired on the radio for the first time we were in magazines played at the awesome MetalTown in Gothenburg and so on We released as you mentioned our first professional EP We began to get our name out there The latter part of the year became a challenge though Two of our member decided to leave the band due to the lack of commitment So it was only me Åsa and our bass player left in the band It was a rough time But instead of just doing nothing we started to make some songs that later became the EP Kämpaglöd And it was that EP that lead to us being signed In 2013 you joined the Italian label Worm Hole Death How did it affect to your music In terms of composing songs not much We wrote the songs the same way we always have done The only difference is that our label and our producer had their influence on the songs We had a great deal of creative freedom from WormHoleDeath to make the songs like we wanted to But in terms of promotion and things at that nature it has meant a lot for our music to be at WHD Did it change your lifestyles Yeah we all have solid gold toilet seats our own airplane and we have become difficult to work with Haha Just kidding It hasn t changed that much It s more serious now maybe more deadlines more things you have think about Finally in 2014 you released your first album Mental Absolution How was the process of creation of the songs As I we mentioned earlier the songwriting process was the same as it always has been The only difference is that the label and our producer had their input Are you used to work as an ensemble when you compose a song We have almost never composed a song together from scratch in the rehearsal room except for a couple of songs in the beginning All the songwriting is done home at the computer Tony the guitarist is the main songwriter but Tobias the bassist has co written a few songs The songs are made at home with programmed drums vocals and everything before the songs is being rehearsed with the whole band And then some changes will usually happen on the drums vocals or something Everyone has their saying and ideas at this point But the core of the songs like 80 90 of the songs doesn t change much from the composing stage to the rehearsing stage You ve chosen

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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - Zephyra interview
    up the drums and started playing guitar instead for instance It has always been going forward in small steps 2012 supposed an important turn for the band you released your debut EP First Blood you toured around Sweden and even your lineup changed radically How do you remind that year It was a great year for the most part We played a lot our songs were aired on the radio for the first time we were in magazines played at the awesome MetalTown in Gothenburg and so on We released as you mentioned our first professional EP We began to get our name out there The latter part of the year became a challenge though Two of our member decided to leave the band due to the lack of commitment So it was only me Åsa and our bass player left in the band It was a rough time But instead of just doing nothing we started to make some songs that later became the EP Kämpaglöd And it was that EP that lead to us being signed In 2013 you joined the Italian label Worm Hole Death How did it affect to your music In terms of composing songs not much We wrote the songs the same way we always have done The only difference is that our label and our producer had their influence on the songs We had a great deal of creative freedom from WormHoleDeath to make the songs like we wanted to But in terms of promotion and things at that nature it has meant a lot for our music to be at WHD Did it change your lifestyles Yeah we all have solid gold toilet seats our own airplane and we have become difficult to work with Haha Just kidding It hasn t changed that much It s more serious now maybe more deadlines more things you have think about Finally in 2014 you released your first album Mental Absolution How was the process of creation of the songs As I we mentioned earlier the songwriting process was the same as it always has been The only difference is that the label and our producer had their input Are you used to work as an ensemble when you compose a song We have almost never composed a song together from scratch in the rehearsal room except for a couple of songs in the beginning All the songwriting is done home at the computer Tony the guitarist is the main songwriter but Tobias the bassist has co written a few songs The songs are made at home with programmed drums vocals and everything before the songs is being rehearsed with the whole band And then some changes will usually happen on the drums vocals or something Everyone has their saying and ideas at this point But the core of the songs like 80 90 of the songs doesn t change much from the composing stage to the rehearsing stage You ve chosen Undone and Atychiphobia

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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - Angra: Interview with Felipe Andreoli
    to shift to a heavier more modern sound Jens has been doing some impressive work with bands we admire so he was an easy choice We re really happy with how everything turned out Bruno Valverde is the third drummer in the history of Angra very young and full skill indeed how was the Bruno s adaptation to the band Bruno s adaptation was instant He was already playing with Kiko and I in Kiko s solo band for 2 years before he joined the band so we knew him well He s a very talented drummer and an awesome overall musician and he was already familiar with the Angra material For me he has the best balance of musicality and technique in all the drummers we had Is his first studio album No He has done some very intense studio work in Brazil for quite some time playing with artists of different styles which made him very versatile and comfortable in a recording situation Let s talk about the songs Why did you choose Newborn Me as the main single I think this song represents the album very well because it is so varied It s heavy but has softer parts long solo sections technical parts etc We didn t want to come up with say a power metal song because this is not what this record is about It s about variety and having different moods Secred Garden has powerfull songs like Black Hearted Soul or Perfect Symmetry what songs do you think will work better in your shows I think Black Hearted Soul turned out to be one of our best power metal songs so my bet is on this one You have worked with Doro and Simone in a few songs of this album how it

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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - Bloodbath: Interview with Blakkheim
    should have a certain sound and a singer with a certain style tailor made to your ideals well sorry that s not not gonna happen So either try appreciate our vision behind the album and maybe it ll grow to be something you also enjoy but if not no problem just leave it be and life goes on I have to ask is working with Nick a dream of your teen days come true Has he participated on the composition or he has just recorded the vocals I can t deny it s indeed an old dream coming true Actually it s not even something we ever expected to happen If you told me back in 1991 that one day I was gonna have my own band with the guy who sang on Gothic my pants would be a mess ha ha Anyways the album was more or less written before we got Nick involved but he wrote the lyrics for two of my songs Unite In Pain and Beyond Cremation Speaking of composition how do you write the lyrics I know that Renkse is the main lyricist for Katatonia but what about Bloodbath Actually the only time we ever wrote together as a band was when we recorded Breeding Death our first ep back in the winter of 1998 99 All those songs were born on the spot straight out of a drunken jam with the actual recording integrated at the same time Ever since then we ve been composing individually at different locations and always split the amount of songs equally between us The process of demo making is something like each member completes everything the song needs like the guitars bass drums lyrics and vocals When the demos are ready we present them to each other exchange inputs and notes and with the bag filled with blood guts and gore Bloodbath is ready to enter the studio and commence the real deal I think this album is even more american death metal oriented than the previous ones Specially on the vein of Autopsy which is a great thing I know that Chris and Eric collaborated on the album What did they exactly did Well that totally depends on what you mean by american When we talk about it we mostly refer to the more technical super fast and maxed out brutal stuff and there s less of that now on this album There ll always be a big Morbid Angel influence present but other American stuff like Autopsy Slayer and early Death representing a more traditional aspect has influenced on this album more than ever NDR Yep I was referring to something more related to Autopsy rather than something brutal The cover of the album is quite morbid yep pun intended and it was made by Néstor Avalos who is a great artist IMO How did you discovered the artist and why did you decide to order him the new artwork He wrote us a couple of

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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - V.O.
    chat about this release and the band s future plans Leer más Bloodbath Interview with Blakkheim Imprimir Email Detalles Publicado el 03 Noviembre 2014 Next 17th November Bloodbath the band formed by members from Katatonia Opeth and Paradise Lost will release his new album That was the reason why our editor Xell has called Blakkheim band s guitar player to chat about this upcoming release Leer más Página 2 de

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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - Foscor: 15 años de oscuridad
    y a meros trámites burocráticos Porque calidad hay a raudales y pueden darle más de una patada a bandas que no paran de girar por Europa Me recuerda bastante al caso de otra banda catalana Moonloop que tras llevar también 15 años y haber sacado un disco de proporciones bíblicas como fue Deeply from the Earth no han acabado de dar el salto Desde aquí solo puedo indicar que se sigan esforzando ya que ambas bandas se merecen que sean escuchadas en todos los rincones Afortunadamente para los protagonistas de este artículo parece ser que las cosas ya van dirigidas a buen puerto y están recogiendo sus frutos confirmando fechas en el extranjero Algunos os podréis estar preguntando si soy yo la única que profesa tanto amor hacia Foscor así que para que veáis que no soy la única cabra loca os dejo con las palabras de otros compañeros de gremio músicos y otros partícipes de la industria Mi inicio de relación con Foscor creo que data de principios del tercer milenio En aquella época guardaba una estrecha relación con los galaicos Xerión y es ahí cuando me llegó la primera grabación de Foscor un compartido entre ambas bandas dándose la particularidad de que cada banda versionaba a la otra Previamente había tenido la ocasión de ver a Lux Divina en directo en su primera incursión en Euskadi con Fiar a los teclados y Norax compañero del aquel entonces proyecto musical llamado Foscor con quién unos años más tarde compartiría escenario en una de tantas noches nostálgicas en aquella mítica La Cuadra Ikuilua de Amurrio A pesar no de ser muy amigo de las baterías programadas dicho primer trabajo me impactó severamente desde la parte musical me encanta la atmósfera de su debut pasando por la lírica a la parte meramente visual Creo que para muchos un tema como Al Cor de la Boscúria se convertiría en todo un himno en directo Su evolución todos estos años también ha sido destacable hasta esta nueva y arriesgada etapa en la que yo llamaría los Foscor 2 0 Pienso que mucho antes tendrían que haber dado el salto internacional o fijar su target en Europa porque su música hubiera funcionado a las mil maravillas en el viejo continente Jonathan Pernía Pitchline Zine Llevo en esto de la música muchos años Muchos también en los medios de comunicación y es como si Foscor llevaran ahí desde siempre Desde mis tiempos en Hell Awaits Foscor han sido una banda a la que tener en cuenta Hace ya siete años que Foscor lanzaron Groans to the guilty un trabajo soberbio Entonces Empire se editaba en formato pdf y decidí que había que hacerles justicia La presentación de ese disco se llevó a cabo en una gira conjunta con Vidres a la Sang con la que recorrieron gran parte de la geografía española Tuve la suerte de verles en la Faktoria d Arts de Terrassa mi ciudad natal Allí dieron un concierto memorable y ese día

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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - Studio Report Blast Open: “Beyond the Hope”
    corte comienza por todo lo alto con un gran riff de Andrés y la voz de Fernando como protagonistas Y en él ya comienzas a darte cuenta de lo que vas a tener en este ep la banda ha apostado por un sonido más heavy a caballo entre los grandes nombres alemanes y los estadounidenses tanto en las composiciones como en la producción que ha llevado a cabo Dani G en los Estudios Dynamita Bring me the Light es un soberbio cañonazo que confirma todas estas impresiones Con temática política social cuenta con unos estupendos coros que dan una nueva dimensión a la banda y una batería que durante todo el ep convertirá a Jose en protagonista Aunque ese título se lo lleve de calle Fernando quien explora nuevos territorios con su voz realizando muchos contrastes entre partes melódicas y más agresivas buscando sus límites y saliendo airoso de los envites En el ecuador del ep encontramos el que para mí es el mejor tema del trabajo The Roots of Evil Con una estructura similar a Bring me the Light nos relata una historia de adicciones escondiendo de forma sutil e inesperada el estribillo hasta la recta final del tema Mucha atención hay que ponerle a la parte central del mismo en el que la voz de Fernando y el bajo de Jorge se dan un gustazo conjunto Un detalle que sorprenderá muy gratamente Un gran corte que recuerda a un par de bandas alemanas aunque la agresividad de Blast Open hace que telas quites pronto de la cabeza Sniper llega a continuación dando protagonismo inicial a la voz y al bajo Este es un corte que transmite mucho a través de una letra de carácter bélico que cada uno podrá adaptar a diferentes situaciones de su vida Tras un

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  • The DrinkTim Webzine - Studio Report Last Days of Eden: “Ride the World”
    asturiano A continuación llega el turno del primer tema del ep que ha sido incluido en este álbum Bring me the Night Un corte duro tanto por su temática como por su sonido mucho más contundente que en el ep Una canción en la que podemos notar el paso adelante que ha dado la banda Al igual que ocurre con The Last Stand esa oda a movimientos como el 15M que incluía en su ep gana fuerza y matices en Ride the World Precisamente el tema homónimo del álbum es el siguiente Un corte que arranca con la voz de Ani y la gaita de Gus y nos ofrece los puntos de vista positivos y negativos de una actitud vamos a comernos el mundo Destaca además en esta ocasión la voz de Dani G haciendo contraste con Ani al más puro estilo Nightwish Land of the Rain es un tema buen rollista de hecho Dani G lo describió en el estudio como un live and let live cuya mayor fuerza es la parte instrumental en la que participa Rigu de Corquieu con flautas y whistles Destaca brevemente la guitarra de Dani G con un estupendo solo que rápidamente cede protagonismo algo que es la tónica general del disco tanto para bajo como para guitarra están cumplen su función y brillan lo justo para destacar sin saturar con solos innecesarios ni repetitivos Pasamos el ecuador del álbum de la mano de Here come the Wolves tema que nos habla de esas amistades que no lo son tanto y que comienza directo y a por todas con mucha presencia de gaita y bajo Es Ani quien relaja el tema aunque entre su dulzura nos tiene guardados algunos destellos como en este tema que te dejarán boquiabierto y maravillado Mucha atención también en este tema al juego entre guitarra y gaita Gus y Dani G se entienden a la perfección y eso se nota en directo va a dar para mucho Mas si con algo hay que prestar atención es con el siguiente tema Moonlight es una balada medio tiempo muy celta repleta de detalles con un solo con mucha fuerza Un relato de amor en el que Lady Ani se sale por los cuatro costados magia pura The Spell sirve como interludio entre este momento sentimental y otro de los temas claves del disco The Piper s Call un corte que es un himno definitorio de la banda ya incluido en el ep el grupo ha querido darle una vuelta de tuerca más y el resultado ha sido un tema aún más directo y muy motivante Imprescindible en directo Paradise es otra canción que ha sido regrabada del ep De hecho fue el single del mismo Y al igual que el resto de temas inlcuidos del ep gana con el nuevo sonido y los retoques en estudio A Game of War merece un capítulo aparte Esta es sin duda la composición más brillante de Dani G hasta la fecha y eso no

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