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Exiles Journey 2. Working with Redrum was good for the band,Will Rahmer is a legend in the scene and liked what he heard when Connor sent him a track of the new album just to check us out,and he was interested in releasing it,was a easy decision to release the CD with wills label,we,re still in contact with will,me and Connor have our own NYDM chapter in northern Ireland,we do events for charities,and will still checks on the bands progress,hes a busy man and i,d say there could be a new Mortician release coming soon,cant wait myself,i did hear of a DVD coming so keep your eyes out for Album).
As a death metal fan you must be aware of several pure death metal labels that are on the go now, two I want to mention are Sevared and Brutal bands as they seem to be gaining a great deal of attention, what is your opinion of each and do you think it would be good for Putrefy to work with either?
Both great labels and it would be a honour working with either of them,good band rosters and promote their bands,exactly what we're looking for. Are there any other good metal bands Death or otherwise back home that you could recommend to our readers? On the touring front, do Putrefy limit themselves to only playing on pure death metal bills or are you open to diverse bills?
We prefer to play with bands similar to us as then you,ll have a crowd that should want to check out all the bands,we,ve played diverse gigs before and notice each band having their own following and pissing off after they see that band,with a death metal bill you,ll have the chance that they,ll watch all the bands. I seen that you have played quite a few death fests, can you give your overall opinion on these including pros and cons?
And indeed is there anything you would change about your career to date?? Friday, July 1, Creations Tears. Creations Tears may be an unknown quantity to most of you, a band from Ireland who have not hung around waiting for things to happen.
I was frustrated with the cycle of jamming but never releasing an album. Two of us in that early line-up also played for a band called Apathy NI some years before. The recruitment drive commenced and from the offset, I made it very clear that an album would be recorded with a top producer outside of Northern Ireland.
Initially the only goal was to record the album, but now, 9 months on from the release of Methods To End It All - why quit? Did you intend to take on the bulk of the work or was this just the circumstance you found yourself in? I heard that the guy who writes the music gets all the chicks?
Is that a lie? Musically Ian and myself are cut from the same mould. I have to say this has definitely drawn some extra attention to the band, was this intention behind recruiting them specifically in the first place? Also were the guys your first choices, if not can you tell us who else was on the shortlist? The departure of a drummer is what finished my old band Apathy back in the day and drummers are a rare commodity in this country. After some months of advertising for a drummer in music shops and online it was obvious that nobody was interested.
I was determined that the lack of drummer would not halt the project this time. So, I went back to my CD collection and revisited Draconian Times and it just made sense in my mind that Lee Morris had to be part of this project. Undeterred I continued to track down Lee although I spoke to a couple of other drummers and session guys as a kind of insurance plan.
While any of those drummers would undoubtedly have had the ability, it was Lee Morris I really wanted to work with. After 3 weeks, I managed to get a number for Lee Morris. Luckily for me, he was really into the demos; he was singing phrases from my lyrics back to me in our next call.
The story with Sarah Jezebel Deva goes much the same way. As for the Album itself, it sounds magnificent guys, aside from the quality of the music, the production is excellent, and there is great clarity and separation between the various components. In terms of distribution and label you have gone the DIY route, how is that working out for you?
David Castillo spent a lot of time on the right guitar sound in the studio which had enough grit without being too muddy. He worked tirelessly to get the best from the guitars and vocals during the recording sessions.
Similarly, Jens Bogren produces albums that always have a lot of clarity Album) definition. He mixes alone and sends you a mix for approval, an idea I really struggled with as I like to be hands on. He did an immense job! Is there anyone else you would cite as an influence on Creations Tears? Everybody Album) something different.
I had this discussion with Lee Morris over a drink in Liverpool recently. A good song is a good song no matter who performs it. Have Creations Tears played live or indeed do you ever intend to a la Darkthrone, Burzum? One was a very intimate gig in my hometown of Ballymena and the other in Belfast.
The response to the gigs and the album has come as a great surprise to me. There may be more live performances yet to come. Just following on from the performance question, you have made a great record and one that I think could potentially go down very well in EuropeI think a tour or a suitable support slot could see the band go from being relatively obscure to securing something of a following. It was important for me NOT to hand over control to some commercial force.
On another note though, I have received e-mails from people who now look at Methods To End It All and the journey to get there as a source of encouragement. Others associate strongly with some of the lyrical ideas from Methods. Who would you ideally like to tour with? Have the band written any further material since Methods has been (Dont Call It) Revolution - Apes Pigs & Spacemen* - Free Pawn (CD What direction do you see the material heading in?
I think personally, Bands like My Dying Bride, PL and Katatonia have coasted for periods in their career without taking major risks, do you see Creations Tears offering up album after album of the same thing or would you prefer to see how things pan out naturally? A musician is always writing. I have new song ideas on my computers and mobile phone and lyrics scribbled on pieces of paper etc. I have finished songs that may never be used.
On your point about bands coasting, the one thing I admire about Metallica is the diversity in their catalogue. Thanks for your kind comments. Do whatever it is that you love to do. I (Dont Call It) Revolution - Apes Pigs & Spacemen* - Free Pawn (CD too much of my life sitting around with ideas instead of rolling up my sleeves and doing what I really wanted, (Dont Call It) Revolution - Apes Pigs & Spacemen* - Free Pawn (CD.
Turn off your games console, turn up your amp, hit record and go for it. Lyrically you are not a very happy bunch! What gives? There is no way you could stick Methods on at a party! In all seriousness, are the lyrics based on personal experiences? Do you think there is any positivity in there at all, and was the intention to be negative during the writing process?
The topics in all those songs are very real as are the people they are about. All the songs are about events in my life. I suppose I have some morbid infatuation with darker subjects. Funnily enough, I was just loading up my Ipod with a playlist of my favourite or so tunes. Are there any Irish bands out there we should be on the lookout for?? The scene is small and you could play every hole in the hedge here and never be heard of outside of Belfast unless you can afford to jump on a plane.
It definitely is a challenging scene and many promising bands break up as a result of hitting the same barriers repeatedly. The disadvantage for bands here undoubtedly is our geographic location and the extortionate extras we have to pay for living on an island.
Friday, June 10, Gortuary. With your second record out almost a year now, can you tell us what to expect from Gortuary in the near future? With our third release, Divine Indigenous Sacrament, we are definitely still keeping the same type of writing style as our last record but with more intricate parts as well as more groove and better song structure. We feel as with every release we would like to top the previous record each time without losing any type of listening credibility.
What are your own thoughts on the two records in hindsight? Can you perhaps comment on the direction future material may take? We feel the same exact way. With our debut, we were much younger as far as being musicians and after that record was released we felt that we could definitely better ourselves not only musically, but as well as writing more concrete song structure, rather than just going all crazy and see how it goes.
As with every release, we have put more thought on the music as well as what we want to write the record about. Something that we are very excited about since it is definitely something different than what we've written about previously. Brutal Death metal must be one of the most saturated musical genres; there are literally thousands of acts churning out similar material, and although I am a fan, it does become tough to find the good bands.
Would you agree with the saturation comment? And how do you feel Gortuary have managed to stand out within the scene? Well it all depends on the bands really, if you really want to stand out, you have to have that certain something that will make you stand out from the rest. For us, we have been fortunate enough to mix all the elements of death metal that we each personally like and have the audience tell us how well we mix those elements of groove, speed, melody, and guitar solo's.
Am I correct in saying you guys have not played Europe yet? If so have you any plans to get over here at some point?
Yes you would be correct. Although we do have a few things being lined up for so we will definitely be going out of the U. S on that year. We have a lot of devout European fans so it is a no brainer to go to their homeland and destroy the stage.
Obviously Brutal Death metal is not for everyone, aside from fests how have you found touring from an attendance perspective? As far as touring, we are waiting to go over seas to do a tour because here in the U. S it is very much not the same, the shows have very little attendance so the bands don't feel like it's worth it because, like you said, brutal death metal is not for everyone but outside of the U.
If you could hand pick a touring package, who would you take with you? Inveracity, Despondency, Disgorge and Insidious Decrepancy. Can you tell us about your best and worst touring experiences? Ask us next year and we'll definitely have an answer he he. Just one more keeping with the live theme I've never seen Gortuary live — when and if!
I get to see you on these shores, what can I expect to see from a Gortuary gig? For example I was very disappointed with Dying Fetus last time they passed through here, fantastic musicians, but no stage presence, I may as well have been at home listening to the record. We have always been very into the music that we play on stage; therefore we feel that stage presence is and should be a very huge part for a live band.
Your energy onstage results in fans getting into your set, therefore high energy bounces back and forth from band to fan.
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