interview with Edge of Forever a tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd
What´s the name of your band? Edge of Forever a tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd
How was the band formed? My brother and I borrowed (ha ha) members from other bands to put this band together.
Can you tell about your band? Skynyrd was one of my brother's and my favorite bands as we were growing up and learning to play music and it was kind of a dream of ours to put a band together with members who would enjoy playing Lynyrd Skynyrd's music as much as we do.
Where are all band members from?/Who does what in the band? The band is based out of Kansas City Missouri and Kansas.
I (Eric) have stayed with the band since it's beginning and have had to be the utility guy. To date, I have played guitar doing the Gary Rossington part, the lead vocalist doing the Ronnie Van Zant part and back to the guitar doing the Allen Collins part.
A. Current lineup...
Larry Pearson - As Ronnie Van Zant - Vocals
Eric Gassen - As Allen Collins - Lead Guitar
Willis Christopher - As Gary Rossington - Lead Guitar
Leslie Poston - As Ed King - Lead Guitar
Stephen Mellott - As Leon Wilkeson - Bass Guitar
Ed Chapman - As Billy Powell - All Keyboards
Richard Miller - Drums
Debra Cordero - Backing Vocals
Roberta Riddle - Backing Vocals
What was the ambitions of the band when you started? To be the best at doing a respectful tribute to the pre-plane crash, Ronnie Van Zant Lynyrd Skynyrd...the look, the sound, the whole thing as if you were seeing the real band in concert alive and in the flesh.
Could you explain your music to someone that haven't heard you? The music is a mixture of classic rock & roll, country and blues.
Where was your first gig? We played our first show in a bar called The Eclipse
Where was the latest gig? We just played at a club called The Horny Toad at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Who has the best sense of humor in the band? I am the court jester of the band. I have many tricks up my sleeve and none of the band members are ever surprised with anything I do.
Do you have any clips on YouTube? We have many videos on YouTube
How old are you?/What got you started in music? I am 50 years old and I come from a musical family.
At what age did you start playing? I took an interest in drums when I was 5 yrs old and played them for a few years and then switched to guitar.
How old were you when you first stood on stage? I was 8 yrs old and me and my friend entered a talent contest as a band at our elementary school. We played "Wild Thing" the Jimi Hendrix version and we won.
What year was the band started? 2004 was when my brother and I started getting serious about this project.
Best/worst gig you've played? We play the big stages that all the signed bands play and they are mainly big outdoor events during the summer season. We have played several shows that were dangerous due to strong storms. Our drummer was carried through the air as he tried to save the band's backdrop and we've literally had to pour water out of our musical gear and dry it all out before we could use it again. This has happened several times. We have no complaints about any shows we've done. We always have fun!
What places will you be playing in in the imidate future? We have 1 show left this year. We will be at the VooDoo Lounge in Harrahs Casino in Kansas City Missouri on December 27th.
Where have you played from then till now? Wow... This would be a long list... We have played all over the United States.
Which band is the best you´ve seen? I would have to say.... I don't know, I like them all!
Is it always the same songs live? We try to switch things around so that our show doesn't get boring. We also have the element of surprise so there's always something new to provide shock and awe. We have come out onstage with 5 guitarists at one point in our show. Our show is different every year to keep it interesting.
What has been the best/most promising gig so far? Sandstone Amphitheater in our hometown. It's a huge stage and we played for 22,000 people.
How big crowds do you usually play for? They can range from 100 to 22,000. Typically somewhere in between those two numbers.
What are the plans for the rest of the year? To spend quality time with my family and enjoy the holidays.
Where do you usually play? We play all over the United States.
How do you get psyched up for a gig? I usually go into "my shell" to get in my stage personality.
What are your goals with your music? To have fun of course.
When did you decide to go all in for the music? When I was old enough to realize how to create music.
Is it easier to get your inspiration from older bands or from bands more modern? All music is inspiring to me.
What is the first step when writing a new song? If your inspiration is coming from a lyric, write it down before you forget it. If it comes from a riff in your head, record it before you forget it or lose what you were feeling.
How do you feel about the downloading of music instead of buying albums? I feel bad for the songwriter losing money but it is good for the listener to be able to access his/her favorite song.
What would be your dreams for the band? To play lots more shows.
Besides your own music, what genres and bands do you listen to? I listen to everything. I'm not big on hip hop or rap.
What do you hold most dear? My family and my friends.
What would be your greatest fears for the future? I am kind of facing that right now. I've had multiple surgeries on my shoulder and it has handicapped my guitar playing abilities. I can still play but it causes me great pain and I sometimes lose the feeling in my left (fingering) hand. Losing my ability to play guitar would be my greatest fear as a musician. As a person, my greatest fear is losing my wife, a family member or a friend.
When you are on stage, what do you fear most then? I'm "at home" when I'm onstage. I just deal with whatever happens, when it happens. I think what scares me though is being shot like what happened to Dimebag Darrell (RIP).
Have you been in any other bands? I have been in many other bands. Mortal Reign being the biggest. I was their lead guitarist. They were heavy thrash metal and were on Metal Blade Records "Metal Massascre Eleven" compilation album. There are several videos of them on YouTube as well.
How important are your fans? They are very important. They are who keep music going!
What's the funniest/most memorable thing a fan has done for you? When I was in Mortal Reign, I fell off the stage and some head banging fans caught me before I got hurt and they lifted me back up to the stage
How often do you rehearse? Every week.
Where do you rehearse? In my home studio.
What drives a band that isn't all that famous and renowned to try to make a living on their music and to keep playing? Their love for music.
Do you have any webpages? The only page I currently have open is a Facebook page entitled "Edge of Forever a Tribute To Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Describe your show, visually and musically A steroid injected, pre-plane crash Lynyrd Skynyrd show. See for yourself on YouTube
What are the biggest obstacles for a band? Egos, drama, politics, drugs, alcoholism, small-time promoters who take your hard earned money... etc etc etc.
What is best/worst with playing the clubs? Clubs are good for musicians early in their career for them to be able to pay their dues and kind of learn how things work in the music business on a small scale first.
Tell us about upcoming gigs and why we should be at them? Edge of Forever a Tribute To Lynyrd Skynyrd will be performing on December 27th 2014 at the VooDoo Lounge in Kansas City Missouri. This will be the last show of the 2014 season and it will be video taped for our 2015 Electronic Press Kit. There will be a few videos posted on YouTube.
What is your favorite crappy instrument? A metal trash can lid of course! ;)
What was one of the most quarrelsome times for you in the band? Disgruntled band members creating animosity.
Whats your Pre-show ritual? Warm up and tune up guitars, get dressed, relax and a little meditation and a beer if possible.
Edge of Forever - Lyve & Kickyn'!
interview with Manntra
Where are all band members from?/Who does what in the band? We are all from Croatia
What was the ambitions of the band when you started? Just make music we wanted
Could you explain your music to someone that haven't heard you? Some kind of Mediterranean hard rock mixed with some electronic / industrial influences and the whole heritage of Croatian music
Where was your first gig? In our hometown on December 2012
Who writes your songs?/Who writes the music who writes lyrics? Mostly Sekul
Who has the best since of humor in the band? We are a bunch of depressed non humoristic guys
Do you have any clips on YouTube? Just search Manntra
What are the plans for the rest of the year? Record the second album and start planning a release
Where do you usually play? Clubs and festivals
Is it easier to get your inspiration from older bands or from bands more modern? Older
What are your sources of inspiration? It comes from all around
What's the first step when making a new song? Just take an instrument and start
How do you feel about the downloading of music instead of buying albums? I don't own a CD player anymore and all my CDs got scratched so this is what I feel about the quality of the CD as a media
What would you do if there was no music? Probably prostitution
How important are your fans? The most
What's the funniest/most memorable thing a fan has done for you? Brought presents and cried. Such nice people
Do you have any webpages? www.manntra.hr
How do you view the musicindurty of today? Hold by few corporation that owns the majority of things. If you are not with them you are doomed
MANNTRA - BALKANSKA (Lyric Video)
interview with immoral majority
What is the name of your band? immoral majority.
What does the name "Immoral Majority" stand for? its just a joke about people who try and be all PC all the time. they're really the immoral ones.
What made you call the band "Immoral Majority"? i didn't wanna think too hard about it, its the first thing i came up with that wasn't worse that that.
How was the band formed? my other band Crime Machine wasn't able to play a show we booked, so i put together some friends from school i already intended on starting a band with, and to make a long story short…we just kept playing.
Can you briefly introduce your band and who you are? skinnee-guitar/drums/vocals, izzakate-vocals, john lichtenberg-drums/guitar/vocals, lizzie adelsheim-bass, rachel berringer-bass, nick wilson-guitar vocals
Where are all bandmembers from? portland oregon, but all of us were not born here.
What was the ambitions of the band when you started? to have fun paling fast, loud music, in as many places as possible.
Could you explain your music to someone that haven't heard you? fast, loud, short songs. listen for yourself.
Where was your first gig? slabtown in portland oregon
Where was the latest gig? my house
Who has the best sense of humor in the band? we're all pretty hilarious hahahahaha
What's good/bad with the band?/What genre do you feel you are? im not really sure whats bad. we love to play music together. we're kind of "grind-violence/hardcore/punk" or something.
Why did you pick that particular style?/What are your songs about? because we love it. most of our songs are about personal issues or things that have happened to us, or other people. a lot of social issues and personal issues. playing music helps us deal with those issues or spread awareness about them.
Do you write your own material or mainly covers? we write our own. sometimes we blatantly steal a riff to pay tribute to another band or even make fun of them…but its obvious enough that we aren't trying to pass it off as ours.
Have you made any albums?/If yes what are they? we have two tapes out. "Cut Your Loses" on truth decay tapes, and a self released called "exist to get pissed"
Do you have any clips on YouTube? yes. randomly uploaded by people in the crowd and some we posted. searching our name will take you to most if not all of them.
How old are you?/What got you started in music? im 35 and my dad started me. I've been playing drums since i was 5 and guitar since i was 7.
How old were you guys when you first stood on stage? in this band, i was 34 but I'm the oldest hahahahhaa
What year was the band started? 2013
How old were you the first time you saw a liveband play? I've been seeing live bands since i was born.
How old were you at your first gig?/Best/worst gig you've played? my first gig was probably when i was 8 or 9. I've played a lot of fun shows. in this band, we played a good show with acXdc, but the best show so far was probably the connoisseur show.
What places will you be playing in in the immediate future? my house a few times in the next couple of months.
What songs are in your live set's? we usually play most of our songs.
Is it always the same set's live? not always. we switch up the order.
Have you had any bigger tours from start till now? we haven't toured yet.
How big crowds do you usually play for? anywhere from 2 to 200
What are the plans for the rest of the year? a new tape, and a small tour this summer. we have a lot of merch about to come out as well.
Where do you usually play? in the nw united states.
How do you get psyched up for a gig? we usually just are anyway hahahah
Is it easier to get your inspiration from older bands or from bands more modern? a lot of our influences are older, but there are some newer influential bands coming out in our genre, such as greedy mouth, deadpressure, cave state, snakes, machataso profano…and so many others.
What are your sources of inspiration? music, life, politics, and all around shitty stuff.
What's the first step when making a new song? someone usually has a riff or something, then it usually writes itself from there hahahaha
How do you feel about the downloading of music instead of buying albums? take our music, please. fuck people crying about their precious money.
What would be your dreams for the band? to be rich and famous. hahahahahaha no we just like to play with other rad bands.
Besides your own music, what genres and bands do you listen to? almost everything.
Have you been part of any other projects? yes i have been in a shit ton of bands. Poison Idea, Crime Machine, and Dead Conspiracy are my current bands besides Immoral Majority, but Crime Machine is on a temporary hiatus. Izzakate, Lizzy and i have a doom-jazz project hahahaha and we do all kinds of music from jamming to session work.
Have you been in any other bands? Butt Trumpet, Lowball, Only Zuul, Old Major, and a bunch of projects that never made it off the ground.
What do you work with outside of the band and the music? im a student, but I've been producing various styles of music for over 20 years. i also do studio/tour/session work and recording.
What would you do if there was no music?kill myself.
How important are your fans? i don't think we really have fans, but the people who watch us play or like our music are everything to us.
How often do you rehearse? twice a week
Where do you rehearse? my house.
Name 2 of your own songs you like at the moment? well i really like "off my meds" and "professional assholes"
What do you feel is the best liveband you've seen? thats hard. dropdead, master, toxic narcotic, greedy mouth….soooo many.
Do you have any webpages? Facebook, reverbnation, and bandcamp.
Any pearls of wisdom for all other bands out there? if you're faking it, everyone who matters, can tell.
How do you view the musicindurty of today? a joke.
Whats your Pre-show ritual? we smoke a lot of weed. hahaha
What Won't you spend money on? shitty shows. merch from douchy bands.
What do you feel a band/muscian should spend their money on? their merch, keeping their members fed and playing instruments that work. hahahahaha also buying merch from bands that are touring through, to help them get to the next city, because there will be a time when you need the same.
Would you like to add anything else?thanks for interviewing us and taking an interest in bands.
Immoral Majority - Exist To Get Pissed (2014) [Full Album + Free Download]
interview with Twintera
What´s the name of your band? Twintera
What made you call the band "Twintera"? We're so sorry but we don't remember that...or maybe we know what the real reason was but if we told you...we should kill you!
How was the band formed? We are just a bunch of friends, so we simply started to play when we were younger to have fun together with music.
It's cool to have a bass player, a guitar player a drummer and a singer as friends in the place where you live!
Where are all band members from?/Who does what in the band? We are all from Grezzana, a small town close to Verona (Italy). It's a really nice place, if you come here you could have a lot of fun and obviously listen to some rock'n'roll music in our rehearsal room! We are: Massimo Brunelli (vocals, he the new singer right now), Al Pia (lead and rhythm guitars), Simone Zanoni (lead and rhythm guitars), Stefano Fava (bass) and Massimo Bellamoli (drums).
What was the ambitions of the band when you started? When we started to play, we just wanted to have fun together and play some good music. It's what we want nowadays too, because we think this is the first rule to play with passion.
Could you explain your music to someone that haven't heard you? It's hard to explain, we think. We always try to create a mixture of different styles and sounds; so, if we have to define our music, we don't know how to do it in few simple words. Basically it's a melodic heavy metal, but everyone of us has his own musical influences so we try to put everything together and make something new.
Where was your first gig?/Where was the latest gig? The first gig was about ten years ago, in a little club in Grezzana. It was really fantastic to play some heavy metal for the first time in front of many people. We had a lot of fun!
Who writes your songs?/Who writes the music who writes lyrics? The lyrics are usually written by the singer, but we previously choose vocal melodies together, without using words. On the other hand the music is composed by everyone from the beginning. Each member of the band gives his personal contribution to that in every single song.
Who has the best since of humor in the band? The horn player!
What's good/bad with the band? We all feel good when we play and compose together, and we have a great feeling with the new singer too. He takes completely part of Twintera now. So, everything is good on the stage and behind the stage.
What are your songs about? Our songs are about what we see around us everyday. They talk about particular facts that impress or shock us, sensations and emotions wefeel, both positive or negative. Most of the time we try to express something like that through some metaphors or analogies.
Do you write your own material or mainly covers? We compose our own songs, but during a show we play few covers too, just to make the gig more various and catchy.
Have you made any albums?/If yes what are they?
Yes! “Lines” is our first album, released on November 2012, but our first “creation” was an EP called “DEMOtion”, produced in 2009. Actually we are working hard to compose new songs for the new album, and we are very excited for that.
Do you have any clips on YouTube?
Yes, we have a youtube channel. You can find a lot of videos there, but we haven't an official videoclip yet. We hope to make it soon for the new single of the next album.
How old are you?/What got you started in music? We are between 23 and 30 years old.
At what age did you start playing? We all began to play when we started going to school or before.
How old were you guys when you first stood on stage? We were 14 or 15 at the time.
What year was the band started? Maybe on 2002 or something like that.
Best/worst gig you've played? We can say that the gig at Masters of Rock in Czech Republic was one of the best ever, but we can add some other shows as the most memorable, like supporting Evergrey in 2010, or the gig in Munich on October 2013.
Where have you played from then till now? We played in many different club and festivals in the north of Italy, but we had also performed in Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, and Switzerland.
Witch band is the best you´ve seen? It's so hard to say, maybe it's impossible. Everyone of us has his own opinion about that, sorry.
Is it always the same songs live? No, we usually try to play a different set-list. It all depends on the different kind of audience and situation.
What has been the best/most promising gig so far? As we said, the gig at Masters of rock festival in Czech Republic was one of the best, we think.
Have you had any bigger tours from start to now? We played in some fantastic venues and with great bands but we didn't have a big tour yet. We hope to do it asap.
How big crowds do you usually play for? It all depends on the venue, but we are always satisfied of the people who listen and support us.
What are the plans for the rest of the year? We want to keep on work hard to compose new songs and make some shows with our new singer.
How do you get psyched up for a gig? It's so simple: some beers, some friends, some loughs, and then...on stage!
What are your goals with your music? We always hope that our music could be listened by many people, so we try to play in much good venues as possible, especially out of the italian border.
Is it easier to get your inspiration from older bands or from bands more modern? Both kind of bands are good ways of inspiration.
What are your sources of inspiration? The answer to this question would be very different for everyone of us, but we can say we take our inspiration from many different kind of styles and sounds, also far away from heavy metal.
What's the first step when making a new song? The first step is to find a good riff, a drums groove, some vocals notes or something like that. We always search for a good little part that can be developed, and then everyone try to create a musical evolution based on that one.
How do you feel about the downloading of music instead of buying albums? You go to a music shopand buy your own copy of an album, so you'll have this original copy forever. You can leaf through the booklet and you realize you have a real piece of music you love in your hands...this is amazing! But we understand nowadays music is changed, so we all have to comprehend the impossibility of impose the purchasing of an album as the only way to listen to the music. But, anyway, downloading or not...long live rock'n'roll!
What would be your dreams for the band? To headline some big festival, and be part of a great tours, or have a beer with Metallica: we don't know yet.
Besides your own music, what genres and bands do you listen to? We really like listening to different kinds of music and always discover something new. Hard rock, blues, funky, alternative rock, pop and many others styles of music from the past to the present...and metal music of course! Good music is everywhere.
What do you hold most dear? Our friendship, we think.Being friends in a band is a great advantage.
What would be your greatest fears for the future? We don't have thought about our greatest fear yet. Maybe it is to fall asleep the day we'll have to catch the plane going to headline Rock in Rio festival...we're joking, of course!
When you are on stage, what do you fear most then? Anything! We just think to have a good time and make enjoyable our performance to the audience. If you are afraid of somethingon the stage, you can't play as well as you can.
Have you been in any other bands? Most of us are still playing in other bands, even if they don’t necessarily belong to heavy metal. Probably because we really need to explore music from different points of view.
What do you work with outside of the band and the music? Despite music takes a big part of our life, one of us also plays also soccer, as any good Italian, one other likes rally.
What would you do if there was no music? We would have played curling of course.
How important are your fans? Essential!
Where do you rehearse? We rehearse once a week in a small cozy room set in a small town close to Verona, where we live.
Name 2 of your own songs you like at the moment?
At the moment we go absolutely crazy for the last two songs written with Massimo, Twintera’s new singer.
They’re unfortunately untitled yet, but they will be certainly edited soon.
What drives a band that isn't all that famous and renowned to try to make a living on their music and to keep playing? Who experienced composition and performance of an own song at least once in his life, know such a great emotion would be. So, that’s all!
Do you have any webpages? Yes, of course. You can visit our daily updated official website, www.twintera.net, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Describe your show, visually and musically Five friends who put all their hearts and spread great grit on the stage. A performance full of energy.
What are the biggest obstacles for a band? Loss of motivation.
What is best/worst with playing the clubs? Playing in a small club is cool and funny: people are really close to the stage and you can strongly feel emotions and excitation. So we can’t find any negative notes.
Tell us about upcoming gigs and why we should be at them?
We are going to perform at Officina degli Angeli (that means Angels’ Garage) a cool and renowned club close to Verona on September 27th.
First of all you can’t miss it because we’ll open for Crying Stell, one of the first Italian metal band. Than we’ll perform some new unrecorded songs for the first time. It will be a great night.
How would you describe your sound in one sentence Strong and catchy.
What is your favorite crappy instrument? Vuvuzela, of course.
What was one of the most quarrelsome times for you in the band? The quarrelsome times come when a band has to make an important decision, but all problems can be solved.
Whats your Pre-show ritual? This is an intimate question…ehm…one of us due to tell a indecent and, at the same time, creepy self (or not) sexual adventure. It’s terrible, we know!
TWINTERA - "Burning Heart" (Survivor Cover - Rocky IV Theme)
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interview with Bow Messiah
What´s the name of your band? Bow Messiah
How was the band formed? Chris and Tim worked together for a short time and loved the same types of metal, we got together for a few drinks and i had a kit at my house so we got drunk and started jamming some tunes
Can you tell about your band? We are a 5 piece from Woodend, New Zealand, we have been together for 7ish years
Where are all band members from?/Who does what in the band? Andrew - Vocals, Jason- Guitar, Chris - Guitar, Tim- Drums, Vin - Bass
We are all local guys who were mates before the band started, and Vin was in another band in the scene when we took him on
What was the ambitions of the band when you started? To compose the most brutal, in your face metal we could possibly produce
Could you explain your music to someone that haven't heard you? We have finally found the sub genre we are really happy with, i'd call it progressive deathcore/metal, We are currently writing a lot of Alien based tracks so at this stage i'd call it Alien Metal
Where was your first gig? Al's Bar, probably early 2008, our Manager and close friend was good mates with Al Park so we were lucky to get some gigs very early on when we were just starting out
Where was the latest gig? Our last gig was supporting Australian metal greats Psycroptic
Who writes your songs?/Who writes the music who writes lyrics? Jason writes a lot of the music, he has some amazing ideas and basically brings finished tracks along to rehersal, Chris and Andrew write the lyrics
Who has the best since of humor in the band? Vin i'd say his impressions leave us rolling round on the floor sometimes!
What genre do you feel you are? We've been classed as progressive deathcore but we just call it deathmetal
Why did you pick that particular style? Its the influence from the music we are listening to now, at the start it was lamb of god, slayer into cannibal corpse and now its more Carnifex, Aversions crown, Thy art is murder
What are your songs about? The latest EP really consisted of a mix of subjects from Perfect virus being about an alien virus to Godless being about the brainwashing of religion
Do you write your own material or mainly covers? all our own material, we don't fuck round with covers
Do you have any clips on YouTube? Yes we have a few live ones from throughout our career and a few tracks from the EP, we are currently working on a lyric video for our upcoming single "Origins of Deception"
How old were you guys when you first stood on stage? Chris is like the oldest in the band being 27 when the band started, Jason, Tim and Andrew were 18
What year was the band started? 2007
Best/worst gig you've played? Best - Probably New years eve with 8 foot sativa, Worst - 2009 Metalfest when we had our set cut short after like 2 songs!
Where have you played from then till now? last year we did a national tour over 6 shows throughout the country, so most hot spots in NZ apart from Auckland, looking to get overseas in the near future
Witch band is the best you´ve seen? Cannibal corpse, hands down
Is it always the same songs live? We go through different stages of what we play live, for the last few months we have been playing mainly the ep songs
What has been the best/most promising gig so far? The few shows we did with 8 Foot Sativa last year, great guys and amazing musicians
What are the plans for the rest of the year? We are releasing the new lyric video soon then working on new material toward our first full length
Where do you usually play? Churchill's in the city is where most of the metal gigs are held we've played heaps of shows there
How do you get psyched up for a gig? Have a few drinks, relax and mingle with the crowd
What are your goals with your music? We would be stoked to get some overseas gigs, but the next goal is to get the album done
Is it easier to get your inspiration from older bands or from bands more modern? A bit of both i'd say, you have to remember what got you into playing music but definitely the genre we are in now is reflected by the music we are listening to
What's the first step when making a new song? A theme or direction you want to take and the structure of the music, lyrics are the last to be added
How do you feel about the downloading of music instead of buying albums? Just depends on what the band is offering in the way of free/paid downloads and hard copy music, its usually cheap enough for paid downloads as the costs are lower
Besides your own music, what genres and bands do you listen to? all sorts really from classic rock to slam and everything in between, digital music has no soul
How important are your fan? Its great seeing new and old faces alike at the gigs, its awesome hearing good comments from those who have seen us for the first time
What's the funniest/most memorable thing a fan has done for you? Maybe one of our mates with our logo tattooed, i'm pretty sure we had a stalker there for a while lol
How often do you rehearse? at least once a week, keep it tight
Where do you rehearse? at the local youth center, its close and we can jam all night
Name 2 of your own songs you like at the moment? the new track "Origins of Deception" its fresh and new and tricky to play, and an old favorite "Deceived"
Do you have any webpage? We have our own webpage http://bowmessiah.webnode.com/ ,We also have a facebook page, bandcamp, youtube, reverbnation and twitter pages
Any pearls of wisdom for all other bands out there? Practice hard and as a band when you can, its one thing to jam in ya room but totally different with a band, and regularly
How do you view the music industry of today? Its a different place in the age of the internet, your spoiled for choice as far as new music and bands go, 20 years ago the only music you could find was in a music store or on the radio, today its at the touch of a button
What are the biggest obstacles for a band? For us it has been losing members, its always hard trying to replace someone
What is best/worst with playing the clubs?
Best - The small venues are great to play in, the acoustics in the small venues we play are great, the
worst - The late weeknight shows when ya sober and have totally drunk fuckers spitting all over ya
How would you describe your sound in one sentence fucking creepy.
What was one of the most quarrelsome times for you in the band? When we were on tour, catering to everyone's needs especially when it comes to food
Whats your Pre-show ritual?Andrew always has a vomit before we play, hes been doing it for years lol