interview with Legend Sword

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Personal questions about the band and their members:

Have you played in any band before?

Pk: yes, I used to play in a lot of bands from different cities and genres, but now I’m playing with LS

M: Yes, I played with all kind and genres of band, for example Jazz, Progressive Metal, Thrash Metal, etc. 

R: yes, I play in two bands of power metal

A: Of course, I have plays with some solo artist like Jose Andrea ex vocals from Mago de Oz and Elena Coker from Tijuana and from Aguascalientes like DOTM

LS We had colaborated with many bands and artist and YouTube channels 

How will they do that you began to enter the field of music?

Pk: Like I said I used to play with other bands but when I really started in music it was when i began my music study

M: Well I always been loved the music, and when I was 15 years old y have been decided make music.

R: because I decided that the music is the only than I can do so well and I wish live of this  

A: because LS needed a keyboardist and I loved the power metal that they played some years ago, by a common friend we met us in a party and I saw Pablo playing some solos from many awesome power metal bands than i like 

What's your name? / Who plays what? / How old are you?

Pk -  Kyrian Rojo/vocals/22 

P - Pablo Marin/ Guitar and choirs/29

M - Moisés Guevara XIII/Bass Guitar/19

R - Raul Ramirez Vazquez/Drums/Choirs/18

A - Sodyck/Keys and choirs/22 

LS: Any f*king instrument and we play any f*king thing

Have you had previous members?

LS: We had collaborated with many artists and other bands and musicians that have passed through LS

Did you do music already when you were small?

PK: Well, I used to play guitar since I was eight in a church but that was pretty much it

M: Yes, I was 15 years old when I buy my first Electric Guitar (and instrument) and I play since that.

R: I had study since I was thirteen

A: really not but I enjoyed to hear my father playing the guitar, and my mom singing.

Where are you from?

PK I was born in Richmond Texas, I was in many cities but living in Mexico City since 2015

M: I was born in Mexico City and I lived here since y have memory.  

R: I was born in Mexico City.

A: I'm from Mexico and live in Naucalpan and I was born in Mexico City

What year was started the band? LS: It’s started since the 2006 in the mind of Pablo Marin, and the first album came out on 2010, called “Tales of Belliard”

What do you play music style? LS is for all tastes and none in specific, we play different genres but we prefer the power, neoclassic and progressive metal

What inspires you? LS: The love for the music and the capacity of create and share our thoughts and feels

How often do you repair? LS: just when it’s necessary.

Each repaired you? LS: Yes

Do you use earplugs when you appear? LS: No, we like to feel the music on our heart, and ears. 

How have you evolved since you started with music?

P: well yeah involving in music implicate to have a constant devolving of your theory skills and practice skills. 

PK: yes I have the same opinion of my partner Pablo you have a constant devolving of your music.

M: Yes, and I have been dedicated and constant on my ear, theory and play skills. 

LS: well legend it’s being involved with his musicians 

Do you have any other interests or jobs outside of the band and the music? LS: In general we really like fantasy videogames, reading a lot of graphic novels and mystery books and a lot of all kinds of movies.

Are you looking for the booking company, what are your thoughts and requirements around it then? LS: Yes we are looking for one and about the requirements we are looking for a company that can provide us whit all marketing and publicity to reach new highs and more people, a company that understand the project and can help us planning the shows.

Are you looking for record labels, what are your thoughts and requirements around it then? LS: Yes we’re looking for a label that can help us whit the process of mix and mastering of the final product which is music.

Questions about your music and lyrics:

LS: the first and second album have the lyrics from Pablo Marin in the 3 album the lyrics are from the whole band.

How will that you do music? P: Well every day I do music and it’s a pretty good activity to do when you are a guy who understands music theory you notice how you grow your music after the past of the years. 

What are your songs about the whole? LS: We talk about many things, about everything that comes to our mind that we actually have been talk about fantasy, politics, love and all stuff.

Who writes the lyrics? LS: All put a part of the lyrics, to do a complete. Almost always started with an idea of Pablo and Sodyck.  

Who does the music? LS: As Pablo Said, he always is doing music, so that’s why he always start to do it. 

When you do a song, you start with the music or the lyrics? LS: It depends, sometimes come out first the music, and later we put the lyrics, but sometimes too, the lyrics come out before.

In which environment do you usually do your songs? LS: Well we can do music on every environment, it can be on the job, the house, on every way, the music always is on our minds. 

Do you play only original songs live and also covers? LS: We play both, Most original songs and usually we play covers, as for example of Yngwie Malmsteen, Rata Blanca, etc.

What language are you singing about? LS: The first album (Tales of Belliard) is almost all on English, have only a song on Spanish, and the post albums are on Spanish.   

Questions regarding your gigs and performances like:

How many have come at least to your concerts? LS: Well a few people, something like 20 guys. 

How many have come most of your concerts? LS: More than 2,000 people.

How have you done or intend to do it to get more audience at your gigs? LS: It’s something exponential, as more people meet your music, and they like, more people come to the concerts, that’s why to us is very important give our music to know. 

Which age group drawn mostly to your concerts? LS: Is for all ages, kids of 7 years or less has been seen us. Also youngers of 15, 16 etc and Adults of 30, 40 and even 50 years.

Do you play always the same songs live or vary it? LS: We always vary it, and try to do every concert different. We also always try to different every show. 

Each was led first gig? LS: Maybe 3 or 4 years.  

Each was led last gig? LS: The last big gig, was the past year, because this year we’re focus on do a new album. 

Have you had to adjust reached gig sometime? LS: Yeah, sometimes. 

Where have you been playing this year? LS: We been played on a music academy, on a very popular show here on the Mexico City called the “J Fest” a show where are music and another kind of things from Asia. 

Where do you have plans to play the rest of the year? LS: Yeah sure, we plan to do a gig when the new album have been release. 

Which countries have you played in? LS: Right now, only on Mexico, but we want to do a gig for more countries.  

Questions regarding your merchandise:

When did you sell merchandise? LS: When the third album called “Resurrección” came out. That’s the first CD that we have physically. 

What are your merchandise gadgets? LS: T-shirts, and the “Resurrección” Album on spotify, itunes, cd baby and more. 

Where can I buy your Merchandise? LS: You can buy it on Itunes, Spotify, CD baby, etc. Or by a transfer, contact for sales and gigs are the next:

Questions about your views:

What do you think about downloading more music than buying CDs nowadays? LS: Nowadays the most popular thing to hear or discover new bands, new music, is on internet. We know that, and that’s why almost all of our albums are only Digital, because the people now prefer download the album and have it on a smart device, than have a cd and put on other device to hear. 

How to think and do you think the music industry has changed since they started downloading music? LS: Something very important since that, it’s that now, you can only writing on a search the name of your  Artist/Band etc. and put “Download” you can download all the discography or less, the most of the albums of them. The new way to give to know your music is on Internet, because there’s no borders to separate each country, or people. 

If you prefer downloaded music, cassette, CD or Vinyl? LS: We prefer so much the Vinyl, because the quality is better than a MP3, or another encode file. 

What would you do if the music is not the fans? LS: Well the fans, are something like a reward, because we do the music for music. We know that can be something weird when you say that, but the music should be (on our opinion) for ourselves, and if the people like it, it’s a reward. 

What about the guards' job at your gigs and stuff? LS: Fourtanely, the guards are not so much necessary. Our shows are more familiar, almost nothing are incidents or less violence... ¡except for the mosh! 

Those attending light and sound how much they have helped you really if you think about? LS: We give thanks to all the engineers on light and sounds, because they do, for us a good job, and can give us give the people a better show. 

What do you think of my work? LS: Excellent, because that’s what most people need to know and do, give support to the new music. 

How believe and know that this interview will help you in Brazilian music? LS: We hope that Brazil like our music, and with this interview meet us and our music better. We would like to much play on Brazil Soon! 

What are your role models or idols? LS: Well our Idols (Musically talking) are very so much the Japanese’s, Mexicans, Brazilians and Arabic people for their regional music. 

Why do you think they are? LS: Because there’s not yet a good culture over the world (Again Musically talking), almost all people not are open mind and that’s why they can’t really enjoy so much things on their life’s. 

Is it easier to draw inspiration from older bands than bands that are active today? LS: No, in our opinion the older bands and music have really great things, for example some weird measures, or unique techniques, also the new music, nowadays the music is so much fast, progressive and virtual than before. 

What has been conditioned biggest obstacles in the music industry? LS: Well we think that the support on big ways, to really overcome the mind borders and country borders. 

What advice would you give to other bands and artists? LS: That stay practice that improve your music skills. Never give up, the only voice and opinion that need to hear, is from you heart and mind. 

How tags you up before a concert? LS: We try to meet the artist, and eat or drink something and stay the most better possible physically and minded.   

News and updates:

Do you have new material in grams?  LS: Hell yeah, stay tuned because sooner we gonna do new music to hear. 

What is your website?

LS: For now, just have Official pages of  Facebook:  And YouTube:

How can I get you? LS: You can contact us sending a Mail to or a message on our Facebook or YouTube page. 

What are your plans for the future? LS: For now, do the new album, write so much more interesting music, reach more people and countries, do a gig for the most countries that can and grown as musicians. 

Do you have anything to add? LS: Yeah, thank you very much for that interview, and to all Brazilian people that read that. Also to all music and people that have been supported since the beginning. 

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