interview with Voodoo Death Gun

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Our names are: 

Paul Goldman (guitar/vocals)

Chris Sandoval (drums)

David Jackson (bass)

Mike Ramano (guitar)

We are from: Seattle Wa USA

We formed in: 2016

We have developed: we have settled into each together musically. Vocally I have gotten more secure. We have settled into a style. Our style is not metal or punk rock. We play hard rock. These days it seems all the bands play either punk or metal, we don’t play either of those. We want to stand out but we also want to make music that will stand the test of time. 

Yes, we are looking for a booking agency: Our thoughts on working with a booking agency are great. We’d love to work with people who can help us grow and reach more people. 

Yes, we are looking for a record label: if it helps us reach more people it is a good thing. 

Are songs are about: life experiences, good times bad times, living through life. We do not write songs about love and sex. Everybody else does that. We stay away from what is being done by others. We’d like to stand out by doing something different and what is not hot at the time. 

The songs and lyrics are written by: Paul Goldman. I usually start with the music first. I get a good rhythm going with a good drum beat, and then I can find a melody to go with the music. Finally, I can then put some lyrics with it all. I find this to be the easiest way for me to write a song. 

English: is the language our songs are in. 

Our influences are: bands like Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Alice in Chains, and others of the like. We are influenced and inspired by just about anyone and everyone who writes a song that is powerful, moving, and touching. Anything that inspires us to do the same. It can come from old classic rock bands or our friend’s bands. Inspiration can come from anywhere as long as you are open minded and willing to receive it. 

Advise that I can share is: The more you love what you do the better you will be at it. Passion is the key to success. Raise yourself to the professional level, the professional level won’t lower itself to you. Make sure every aspect of your presentation to people is completely professional. Stand out, do something unique and different from the rest. Only work with people who are as serious as you are. 

Preparation for shows: is a lot of practice. The better prepared we are, the more confident I feel about going on stage. Preparation first, experience will follow. 

Our future plans are: to release a new cd this year, find management, a label and to go out on tour by next summer. We are getting ready to make a new video as well. 

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