Sunday, December 26, 2010

Ninnagesh Interview


USBMS thanks you for this interview
Interview done by Loki Astoroth

1.Can you tell us a little bit about the project, how you came into existence and what are you doing nowadays?

 Ok first thanks for this this interview really is a meet respounds urs questions, Ninnagesh starts as a band of a person in the year 2000, Hugo Alejandro Gallego Zuñiga was the frist member of the band, in 2005 he recordered the first Ninnagesh album "In times before the light... when the devil was god", one year later enter the current bassits Arleth Portela, this guy is great person with many things and ideas to provide, with this guy we recordered the second album and possibly the most known album... "Oculta", in the nowdays we worked in us new album "Absolata" relased in the Winter of 2010.

2. How would you describe the musical sound of the 2 albums that you have recorded so far?

 Realy now we have 3 albums,personally, I define the sound of Ninnagesh, as a powerful sound, with sound who experiment and transcend,but without leaving the concept of what we do..

3. What are some of the lyrical topics and concepts that both albums explore?

the issues we deal in our songs, cover many things, Ninnagesh, power, elitism...there a special theme we draw much attention and is the subject and the mystical force that gives us the cosmos,we used a small part of this thought in our last album,we did a good job on this album, both the lyrics and musically.

4. What is the meaning and inspiration behind the band name Ninagesh?

4- Ok,the meaning and inspiration behind the band name Ninnagesh, simply is Ninnagesh. This comes from an ancient Indian culture, is all that the door that illuminates the cosmos ancient, secret universal force, is reflected at the same time, able to drown out the lake at dawn, the energy of the seas, nesesary the awakening of life.
its power can make the gods into beasts, there is evil in the Deep, Creature of the moon, the revival of the centuries, does not pass any light, illuminate the barking of wolves, is just part of past and future , born before he died, is the same force which is crowned with the stars...
The silence before the creation, the silence after the apocalypse.

5. Currently the band is a one man project, do you have plans on using other musicians in the future or are you going to keep it a solo project?

 Ninnagesh began as a one man project, Currently the musicians are Hugo Gallego (Guitars/voices), Arleth Portela (Basses), we a have a new member Santiago Botero this  guy is a excellent musician, to be honest we was playing with many drummers but never find a professional person as is santiago, I think this guy is a great friend.

6. Currently you are unsigned, do you have plans on working with a record label, in the future if so, what kind of label do you think that would do the best on getting your music out?

 Currently us sign is Blakheartz Records, this is a sign of Germany, with this we have direct contact with countries like Austria, Poland, Russia,Italy,Swittzerland and ofcoruse Germany, really we would like work together with a American sign and so have the same contact with usa as we have with Europe, We have received proposals, but I personally think they are not serious people with which we want to work,but in summary,, yes! would like work with a North American sign.

7. Do you have any other projects besides this one?

  Yes, all the members have others projects besides Ninnagesh... all great bands,, Hugo have a fussion jazz proyect called Alejandro Gallegoz, great band with a fresh sound, the personal proyect of Arleth is Mond, great Black Metal band he plays all the instruments in the Druidims album signed for a Dannish records,Santiago is a talented person he have many bands and many projects of unusual music haha...

8. On a worldwide level, how has the reception been to your music from black metal fans worldwide?

  The reception been to the music from black metal fans worldwide, are very great,, the ninnagesh music many people love specialy in Canada and Netherlands, was playing some shows in this countrys and acceptance of people is really excellent, a hug for all us friends in all the world.

 9. How would you describe your musical progress over the years and what direction do you see the music heading into on future releases?

 The musical progress over the years I think it was very good,we have learned and experienced many things with our music Fortunately people like our music and that's what really matters to us,,for the future, we want our music continues to evolve to continue trying to do something new, but enjoyable for fans.

10. What are some bands or musical styles that have influenced your music and also what are you listening to nowadays?

 Ok,  the bands and musical styles that have influenced us music, are many bands as Immortal, Emperor,Gorgoroth,Bathory among many others black metal bands,, we also have many influence of Colombian music we have grown up with this happy music haha, nowdays we listen all the tipes of music,I think everyone has something to contribute in us music  really good music there, other than metal ... all band members have musical influences and tastes very different, that makes us share and bring some originality.

11. What role does Satanism and Occultism play in your music, and how would you describe your views on these topics?

The role does Satanism and Occultism play in us music is important because in the "Oculta" album some songs deal with this topics,. I think about Satanism and the occultism, I think these thoughts have the power to make ourselves known to themselves explore our body and our senses.

12. Outside of music, what are some of your interests?


 Our interests really are many things,such as motorcycles, cooking, reading, traveling the world, know countries, cities, culture, friends...anything that can satisfy us as individuals and so to enrich our music some sense.

13. Any final words or thoughts before we wrap up this interview? 

 Of course, as I said at the beginning of the interview thanks to USBMS for this space, to all who have helped us grow, all the people who have read this interview... i hope the Ninnagesh music like people who do not know us, a hug for all yours...
Stay metal!!!

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Monday, December 20, 2010

Blodheim Interview

Hailz USBMS thanks you for this interview
Interview done by Loki Astoroth 

1. Can you tell us a little bit about the band, how you came into existence and what you are doing nowadays?

 Blodheim was started in mid 2008. We had played since 2007 under a different name. As Rælingen is a very small place in Norway, the ones that listen to/play black metal come together. Grotesque and myself started the band with the intention of exploring the roots and black metal, but also experimenting with new elements.
At the time being we are one drummer short, but we are in the process of recording a new album.

2. How would you describe the musical sound that was presented on the demo, and the newer material that you are now working on?

 The demo Warrior of the Abyss was a very experimental record. Experimental in the way that it was the first time we recorded anything in a studio. Everything was low-budget of course. The whole point of the demo was to get experience in studio and also to get our music out to others.
During the time between the first demo and now, we have build our own studio. The means that we have alot more time and we can put more effort into the next record. The sound will be raw but epic and I think it will suit the many different elements of the record.

3. How would you describe the lyrical topics and subjects of the music?

 The lyrics of Blodheim is all about the struggle we must endure every day. The struggle against Christianity and Islam and the modern way of thinking that completely destroys the good old Norwegian way of life. We look back to the days of old with honor and pride, and compared to the present, we are only weak. Blodheim lyrics is all about how humans should pick up the fight against such a weakness.

4. What is the meaning and inspiration behind the band name Blodheim?

 I will not fully describe the origin of our name, but I will say that Blodheim for us, symbolizes a place where we can escape from all. It symbolizes the nature as a place to be alone.

5. Have you had any opportunities to do live shows, if so what are some of the best shows that the band has played so far and how would you describe your stage performance?

 We have actually played alot live. In late 2009 and during 2010 we have played alot live. Black metal is not very popular here in Norway so we have been lucky to get as much live experience as we have. The best show we have played was at a local festival in Gjerdrum. The sound was excellent and we all performed a great show. I think we got the message across. I will not reveal too much of our live performance, but I can say that it contains the blood of pigs.

6. Currently you are unsigned, are you looking for a label and if so what kind of record label do you feel that would be a perfect fit for the band?

When we started up, we said to each other that we did not need a label. But when we realized how difficult is actually is to get booked for live shows without a label, we changed our way of thinking. So, yes, we are looking for a label. Preferably an underground label. I have heard about alot of serious and hard working underground labels in Germany. Alot of Norwegian bands are/have been signed down there.

7. On a worldwide level, how has your music been received by black metal fans?

 The Warrior of the Abyss demo was printed in 100 copy's and we sent them all around the world. Only 3 or 4 copy's were sent to Norway. So I hope that the people we have sent our music to found it interesting and want to hear more. As a Norwegian black metal band, we rely heavily on international interest as black metal is not widely appreciated here in Norway.

8. What direction do you see the music heading into on future releases?

 That's a difficult question, but I can say that we are being more and more inspired by old Norwegian folk music.
9. Are there any side projects besides this band or is this a full time group?

 I have a couple of other projects besides Blodheim, but Blodheim has always and always will be our primary project. Grotesque play only in Blodheim for the time being.

10. What are some bands or musical styles that have influenced your music and also what are you listening to nowadays?

 Before we discovered black metal, we both listened to music like Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, KISS, Metallica. Bands like these have created the foundation for our music. Since we are a part of the "video game generation" we are also heavily influenced by old soundtracks from games. As I mentioned above, old Norwegian folk music have also helped shape our music.
Nowadays I listen mostly to Norwegian black metal, music from movies and some punk. Basil Poledouris, Howard Shore, John Williams and Ennio Morricone are the composers I listen to.
Grotesque listen to alot of death metal, so that also shape our music.

11. How would you describe your views on Satanism or Occultism?

 When it comes to our lyrics, we also use some philosophical Satanic elements. And as a Norwegian black metal band we often use Satanic symbols. In our lyrics, we especially use the principle of how humans are the actual gods and that each individual should be his/hers own god. I'm not very formiliar with occultism as we have an atheistic message in our music. We use old Norse gods and demons in our lyrics too, but only as symbols for human feelings and emotions.

12. Any final words or thoughts before we wrap up this interview?

 Look for updates on our myspace page. We will post the songs as they are recorded, mixed and mastered.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010




1) Prima di tutto, grazie per la vostra collaborazione!
Spero che le mie domande non vi annoino.

Ma no, figurati Sara, è un piacere parlare con te.

2) Beh, allora raccontami che succede con la "strega"?

Si tutto e' iniziato come un avventura selvaggia e spontanea , ma qualcuno ci credeva un po di meno.
Come il caso del batterista che dopo il 2009 ha lasciato la band per divergenze musicali e mancanza di spirito,cosi' temporaneamente, l' ho sostituito io ..nelle session studio.

3) Mi sono arrivate le tue nuove songs!Il look del nuovo album è veramente figo ed i pezzi suonano veramente marci. Mi sembrava che tu all'inizio fossi scettico di fronte all'idea di produrre nuovo materiale. Cos'e successo? Ti piace quello che è venuto fuori? Che puoi dirmi dell'artwork? Come mai questo scetticismo iniziale?

Ti ringrazio dell osservazione e dell apprezzamento.
In effetti si deve essere prima interessati al combo in questione e ad ascoltarlo di conseguenza,
o essere interessati alla scena di un certo tipo..
Essere fanatici del genere ....ahah, si e' vero il mio scetticismo e' dovuto al fatto che non ce piu scena almeno dalla mie parti e mi pongo quindi come uno che fa musica per se perche' io ci credo.

Quello che conta e' fare musica o rumore prima per se stessi e poi per gli quando un orda di fanatici realisti apprezza il tuo lavoro non puoi altro che esserne soddisfatto perche' ti senti parte di un circolo elitario maledetto e solidale che non e' altro che il nero underground !
allora...."il lavoro della copertina nuovo e' stato disegnato da laura cimo' un amica siciliana  , l idea e' nata da un mio collage poi ridisegnato da lei:e' l intento era rappresentare gli stati di disperazione e angoscia nella sfera del genere .
Trovo che sia uscita fuori un opera d arte e soprattutto capace di esprimere al meglio il messaggio lirico.
Stench of Human Hallucinosis...vedi infatti l essere abominevole che esce dal sotto suolo sarebbe l angoscia che crocefigge un essere storpio inchiodato sullo sfondo di un vortice il caos la perdizione ,
e sulla destra  una serie di volti umani marci e "terminali" che vedono la propria coscienza sgretolarsi.

4) Ok, la cosa più importante. Che ci possiamo aspettare dalle nuove songs? Che differenza c'e tra il vecchio materiale ed il nuovo? Quante songs ci sono in questo nuovo e.p?

Il nuovo e.p. contiene 6 pezzi molto grezzi di durata brevissima,come se fossero appunto quegli stati fulminei di alterazione inconcia e oscura.
I nuovi pezzi  sono molto piu' diretti e marci rispetto ai sentieri piu ' diabolici affrontati
in Worshipping the Flagellator, non ce una scala o un arrangiamento che ricorda l Heavy tranne nell inizio di Archons of Annihilation che ricorda un po Mist of fears del dico precedente of fears del disco precedentema solo marciume nell oscurita.

Volevamo omaggiare per un attimo i nostri sentimenti di confusione e incazzamento
Soltanto suonando quelo che ci pareva,ma comunque lo spiritello degli psycopath witch e' sempre presente.Nelle nuove composizioni e si sente  almeno credo.I titoli delle nuove songs sono:ù

1. Involucre of Incubated Society Larvae
2. Stench of Human Hallucinosis
3.Panic Strikes
4.Hooks of Lust
5.Spasm of Hybrid Goat
6.Archons of Annihilation

5) Non è semplice entrare in contatto con te. Fa parte del tuo modo di essere il non volere contatti con molta gente? Perche? Pensi che la nuova generazione di black metallers creda di essere trve mentre invece è solo apparenza e mancano di conoscere il vero spirito del black metal o del metal?

Il black metal e' morto senza dubbio , ma piu' precisamente quello nord europeo degli anni 90...
Per il resto il black metal dei paesi caldi, ora come ora rende molto di piu l' idea di oscura primordialita'..
il mio astio e'rivolto ai cloni black metal e ai teenagers che vogliono farti ricredere nel falso satanismo e nel falso atteggiarsi, locali in cui scorre il sangue nero, beh in quel caso mi sembra d obbligo esprimere la propria battaglia "nera".

6)Si era parlato di un mini tour con gli Old Legend tempo l'anno scorso.
E' una possibilità con cui possiamo fare i conti? Cosa ci si puo aspettare da un vostro live insieme? Un'olocausto totale e che finisce con una bevuta insieme?
Sopratutto, succederà mai?

Si, magari sarebbe stato bello , pure perche' tutto si voleva fare spontaneamente e con entusiasmo e passione..
Non so se succedera' tutto e' possibile nella vita, ma noi per ora siamo fermi come project studio in attesa di un maniaco posseduto e schizzato che voglia suonare la batteria con noi ...
Con gli Old Legend ce un rapporto di onesta amicizia, figurati che il nostro chitarrista adesso e'entrato a far parte ufficilamente nella band di death metal melodico in questione..
Non siamo potuti piu partire per una questione di disorganizzazione da parte del tizio che ci doveva ospitare in Spagna, per indecisioni eterne del nostro vecchio batterista per indecisioni eterne del nostro vecchio batterista e per altri motivi fastidiosi e ipocriti.

7)Durante due anni, mentre
stavo preparando il lavoro che ho svolto per e con Handful of Hate,
e questa stessa pagina, ho studiato la scena italiana ed ho scoperto una miriade di piccoli gruppi
in terra siciliana.

La nostra scena e' interessante e unica ma anche piena di gente che ha la sindrome da rockstar precoce, ci sono stati gruppi che hanno segnato il sentiero tipo Mortuary Drape , Schizo, Incinerator, Nuclear Simphony e la scena punk hc nostrana .. i The Krushers, Thrash Bombz,Imposer,Bunker 66, Religio Mortis, Psycopath Witch...
Sono le leve attuali insieme a un sacco altri gruppi interessanti che adesso nn sto a nominare.
Ma la Sicilia e' stata sempre ricca di risorse creative esclusive e blasfeme che non sempre hanno fruttato per problemi di produzione e budget ....

8)So che hai mandato a diverse zine il materiale Psycopathwitch....
quali sono state le risposte? Non ti sembra che per il gusto maggioritario
adesso nel black metal si tratti di un prodotto in un cercto senso troppo estremo.
Te lo dico perche mi sono resa conto che molti black metallers odierni
 non hanno la piu pallida idea di chi siano i Beherit, Sarcofago o addirittura, in certi casi, i Venom...

Beh un Black Metallers che non conosce gli ultimi gruppi da te menzionati ovvero  
i primi maestri del genere si puo sicuramente definire un teenager fallito ahah( nn sa cosa si e' perso)....
Le nostre recensioni anche quelle piu' "critiche" sono state considerevoli e cio' ci ha fatto molto piacere..e' pur vero che ci siamo un po discostati dal black metal in senso stretto , appunto per quello che ti spiegavo prima e per la mia idea attuale riguardo il black metal.

9)Si, mi dicevi appunto che per te è morto...quando?
Nel 98/99 nella scena nord europea.

10)Attualmente, mi trovo davanti un sacco di bands che dicono di fare black metal
e concettualmente fanno riferimenti più che altro mitologici e neopagani...
è una delle tante mode che affliggono il genere suppostamente morto?
D'altra parte ci sono tutti quelli che pensano che il black metal deve essere satanico e blasfemo almeno.
Qual'è il tuo punto di vista?

Il black metal e' nato anticristiano e lo restera' sempre...parola di quorthon R.i.P.,poi al di la delle varie mode neopagane o Viking..
Ognuno ha la sua fede ..non dimentichiamoci che ogni cultore ha le proprie origini ,
dipende da che posto viene.
A me fa incazzare per esempio il termine Viking che a quanto pare e' uscito fuori come nuovo genere... ma dov era la gente quando gli enslaved fecero uscire frost o eld,
o quando Hammerheart dei Bathory inizio' il genre barbaro in questione?
Il mio punto di vista e'che il black metal sia metafisica..
ognuno si esprime come meglio gli pare..
ma c e' un legame tra tutti i fratelli oscuri che e' la fede, le radici...

12)Dove trovi l'ispirazione per le tue songs?di chi è la colpa?

Dall angoscia dalla realta' dal subncoscio
La colpa, a quanto pare,  e' solo mia....

13)Quali sono secondo te i 10 migliori album della storia?

Black sabbath- Master of reality
 Venom - Black metal
 Bathory-Under the Sign of Black Mark
 Masters Hammer- Ritual
 Slayer- Hell Awaits/Reign In Blood
 Motorhead- Motorhead
 Discharge- Why
 Mercyful Fate- Nuns Have No Fun
 Sarcofago -Inri
Almeno per quanto riguarda il metal /metal estremo, poi per il resto ascolto un sacco di altre cose al di fuori di questecome Only Theather of Pain dei Christian Death,  per esempio...

14) Torniamo alla strega, cosa ne è stato del vostro vecchio batterista?
osa ne è stato del vostro vecchio batterista?
Come mai ci sono stati diverbi ed a cosa hanno portato, spiega un po la situazione a chi vi segue...

Il nostro vecchio batterista si e'  dato completamente al glam rock blues ..diciamo
che il genere da noi proposto l ha stancato e non gli dava buone vibrazioni
quindi divergenze musicali e poco interesse se non nullo ..sono state le cause della rottura.

15)Ok, grazie del tuo tempo per quest'intervista a USBMS,vuoi aggiungere qualcos'altro?
grazie a voi di questa possibilita'..

Si cerchiamo una label di gente seriamente coivolta
nell underground oscuro..ascoltate il nostro nuovo e.p. brevissimo e caotico ..
penso sia un omaggio vero a ldeath metal primitivo..per tutti i fanatici fuori di testa ed alienati...
lo sterco del genere umano persiste...grazie sara ..ciaooo




Done by SARA (USBMS Italy)


1) First of all, thanks for your help!

I hope that my questions will not get bored.

But no, I figured Sara, is a pleasure to talk with you.

2) Well, then tell me what happens with the "witch"?

It is everything and 'adventure began as a wild and spontaneous, but some believe it a bit less.
As in the case that after 2009 the drummer left the band for musical differences and lack of spirit, so 'temporary' s I. .. I have replaced the study session.

3) I've had your new songs! The look of the new album is really cool and the pieces they play really rotten. It seemed to me that you were skeptical of the idea at the beginning to produce new material. What happened? Do you like what came out? What can you tell me the artwork? Why this skepticism?

I thank the comments and appreciation.
In fact, it must first be interested in the combo in question and to listen as a result,
or have an interest to the scene of some kind ..
Being fanatics like .... haha, it 's true my skepticism and' due to the fact that most do not at least from my part of the scene and then I ask myself as one who makes music for himself 'cause I believe it.

What matters and 'make music or noise for themselves first and then the other .. but when a horde of fanatical royalists appreciates your work can not be more than happy' cause you feel part of an elite circle of Doom and cohesive is not 'nothing but the black underground!
...." then the work of new and cover 'was designed by Laura tenth' a friend in Sicily, the idea is 'born from one of my collage and then re-designed by her, and' the intention was to represent the states of despair and anguish in ball like that.
I think it is exit out of a work of art and above all able to better express the lyrical message.
Stench of Human Hallucinosis be abominable ... see the fact that out of the ground beneath the anguish that would crucify a cripple be nailed against the backdrop of a vortex chaos perdition,
and on the right a series of human faces and rotten "terminals" that they see their conscience crumble.

4) Ok, the most important thing. What can we expect from the new songs? What is the difference between the old and the new material? How many songs are there in this new e.p?

The new e.p. contains 6 pieces of very rough very short duration, as if they were precisely those states of altered inconcia lightning and dark.
The new songs are much more 'direct paths and more rotten than the' evil addressed
Worshipping in the Flagellator not there a ladder or an arrangement that recalls the heavy except in the beginning of Archons of Annihilation which is somewhat reminiscent of the Mist Of Fears Of Fears say previous disc precedentema just rot in obscurity.

We wanted to honor our feelings for a moment of confusion and angry
Just playing what we thought, but the sprite of psycopath witch and 'always presente.Nelle new compositions and feels at least credo.I titles of new songs are: ù

1. Involucre of Incubated Society Larvae
2. Stench of Human Hallucinosis
3.Panic Strikes
4.Hooks of Lust
5.Spasm of Hybrid Goat
6.Archons of Annihilation

5) It is not easy to get in touch with you. It is part of the way you are not wanting contact with many people? Why? Do you think the new generation of black metallers believe to be Trve while it is only appearance and lack of knowing the true spirit of black metal or metal?

The black metal and 'dead no doubt, but more' precisely to the north of the 90 European ...
The remainder of the black metal of the hot countries, at present makes it much more the 'idea of dark primordial' ..
my black metal hatred e'rivolto clones and teenagers who want to make you think again in Satanism and false in the false pose, in which local blood flows black, well in that case, I think of obligation to express their battle with black. "

6) There was talk of a mini tour with the Old Legend time last year.
It 's a possibility that we can deal with? What can you expect from your live set? Un'olocausto total and ending with a drink together?
Above all, ever happen?

Yes, maybe it would be nice, also because 'everything you wanted to do spontaneously and with enthusiasm and passion ..
I do not know if it will happen 'everything' possible in life, but for now we are still waiting for project studio like a maniac possessed and sketch that will play drums with us ...
With the Old Legend there is a relationship of honest friendship, imagine that our guitarist e'entrato now officially part of the melodic death metal band in question ..
We could not leave for more than a matter of disorganization by the guy that was to house in Spain, for eternal indecision of our old drummer for eternal indecision of our old drummer and other reasons annoying and hypocritical.

7) For two years, while
I was preparing for the work I've done and Handful of Hate,
and this same page, I studied Italian scene and found a myriad of small groups
in Sicily.

Our scene 'interesting and unique but also full of people who have the syndrome of early rock stars, there have been groups that have marked the path such Mortuary Drape, Schizo, Incinerator, Nuclear Symphony and our local punk hc .. i The Krushers, Thrash Bombz, Imposer, Bunker 66, Religio Mortis, Psycopath Witch ...
They are the levers present along with a lot other interesting groups that I am now nn appoint.
But Sicily and 'was always full of unique and creative resources that have not always yielded blasphemous to production problems and budget ....

8) I know that you sent the material to various zine Psycopathwitch ....
what were the answers? Do not you think that for the most part taste
now in the black metal case of a product in a cercto way too extreme.
I tell you because I realized that many of today's black metallers
 not have the faintest idea of who the Beherit, Sarcofago or even, in some cases, Venom ...

Well a black metallers who does not know the last group you mentioned that
the first masters of the genre you can certainly define a teenager failed ahah (nn know what you and 'lost )....
Our reviews also the more 'critical' are considerable and this 'made us very happy .. and' true that we were a bit away from the black metal in the narrow sense, precisely what I explained before and the My current idea about the black metal.

9) Yes, you told me just that ... when you died?
In 98/99 in the northern European scene.

10) Currently, I encounter a lot of bands who say they do black metal
and references are conceptually more like neo-pagan and mythological ...
is one of many trends that affect generally the supposedly dead?
On the other hand there are those who think that black metal must be satanic and blasphemous at least.
What is your point of view?

The black metal and 'anti-Christian born and will remain' forever ... word of Quorthon RIP, then from the fashions of the various neo-pagan Viking or ..
Everyone has their own faith .. let's not forget that each expert has its origins,
depends on what place is.
Makes me angry, for example, the Viking period and that apparently 'came out as a new kind ... but where were the people when they released enslaved frost or eld,
or when Hammerheart Bathory beginning of 'the barbarian genre in question?
My point of view is metaphysical e'che black metal ..
each is expressed as better it seems ..
but there 'a link between all the brothers and obscure that' the faith, roots ...

12) Where do you find inspiration for your songs? Who is to blame?

From anguish from reality 'by subncoscio
The fault, apparently, and 'only mine ....

13) What do you think the 10 best albums of all time?

 Black Sabbath-Master of Reality
 Venom - Black metal
 Bathory-Under The Sign Of Black Mark
 Masters Hammer-Ritual
 Slayer-Hell Awaits / Reign In Blood
 Mercyful Fate Nuns Have No Fun-
At least for the metal / extreme metal, then the rest listen to a lot of other things outside of questecome Only Theater of Pain Christian Death, for example ...

14) Let's go back to the witch, what happened to your old drummer?
dare has become of your old drummer?
How come there were disagreements and led to what explains the situation a bit to those who follow ...

Our old drummer and 'as completely glam rock blues say ..
the kind that we propose has the tired and did not give him good vibes
musical differences and therefore little or no interest .. were the causes of the break.

15) Ok, thank you for your time for this interview to USBMS, you want to add something else?
thank you for this opportunity '..

We are seeking a label for people seriously coivolta
in underground dark .. listen to our new ep short and chaotic ..
I think it's a real tribute to ldeath primitive metal .. for all the fanatics out of your mind aalienated ...
the dung of the human race continues ... thanks .. will CIAOOO



Thursday, December 2, 2010

Inteview with Bestialized ( Columbia )

Hailz and thank you for this interview.

USBMS thanks Bestialized for their time
Interview done by Loki Astoroth   


1. Can you tell us a little band about the band for those that have never heard of you before, on how you came into existence and give us a brief update on what is going on with the band these days?

Bestial Hailz!! I´m Satanized from Bestialized!!

Bestialized is formed by B-Morrt and I in 2004. We played together in other band and we decide to united forces and compose black metal songs. We share the same vision of life and we are really satanic Brothers.  We started the production of our first recording “Destroying all Fucking Faith” a promo mcd for the followers of Speed Black Metal. We called our art Bestial Black Metal.

In 2007 we recorded a full length called "Annihilating the judeo-christian Generations" this album was a debut with 9 infernal songs and includes the songs of "Destroying All Fucking Faith" mcd, Old Cemetery Records From the USA released the album for worldwide distribution.

2010 Old Cemetery release "Bestial Flags Of Evilution" our second Full length with all the hate of BESTIAL BLACK METAL.

Nowadays we are recording our third attack. 10 songs for the real metal demons!!

2. When I listen to your music, it sounds like you go for the classic anti christian war/black metal sound, is that the right fit for your music or would you describe it alot differently?

I think we have the essence of Black Metal, we don´t try to copy other bands, We play the metal we like, if you listen to our songs you find all real metal, Black Metal, Thrash Metal and Death Metal, we denominated this Bestial Black Metal.

3. What are some of the lyrical topics and concepts that the band brings out in the lyrics?

Misanthropy, anti religion ALL RELIGIONS, evolution, human weakness, satanic war, and many more issues, read the lyrics!!

4. Where did you come up with the band name Bestialized, what sources did you draw from?

The name born because we played very fast and we adore the beast that is in every one of us.

The name doesn't mean anything with the animals.

  5. I know that you have done some shows around Columbia and South America, what are some of the best shows that you have played around that area and how would you describe your stage performance?

Some of our gigs with Inquisition were awesome. We have played with Carpathian Forest, Marduk, Vader, Krisiun, Monstrosity.

Bestialized on stage is very bestial, with corpse paint, spikes, bullets, and a true Black Metal attitude.

  6. Do you have any plans on bringing your live assault to North America or the European shores in the upcoming future?

That's the idea, I will travel to London next month for a year to study and at the same time I'll try to make contacts for a future tour in Europe, and try to get to the USA.

7.Currently  you  are  signed  to  Old  Cemetery  records  which  has  put  out  a  good  amount  of  brutal  black  metal  over  the  last  couple  of  years,  are  you  happy  with  the  way  that  they  have  promoted  your  music so far?

Yes, we are proud to be part of old cemetery. But we are open for other labels.


8. Are any of the band members currently involved with any side projects or is this a full time band?


We are working right now with a technical drummer with alot of experience, he has different bands.

B-Morrt has a solo project called Vermin Kult, Old School Black Metal.

I'm 100% with Bestialized, I have had bad experiences with side projects.

9. How have black metal fans and anti christian elitists worldwide react to your brutal brand of black metal?

Very well, the black metal maniacs send us e-mails from different parts of the world and via myspace too. So go on motherfuckers! a sign of horns to you!!!

10. What are some bands or musical styles that have influenced your music, do you have any influences outside of black/death metal and also what are you listening to nowadays?

Our music is influenced by true metal: BLACK, THRASH and DEATH.

Nowadays I listen to

Nefarium - Ad Discipulum

Infernal War- Redesekration

Necrophobic - Death To All

Belphegor - Walpurgish Rites Hexenwahn

Nocturnal Breed - No Retreat No Surrender

Ad Hominem - Dictator - A Monument of Glory


11. How would you describe your views on Satanism, Occultism or Anti Christianity and how does it influence your music?

I think this is personal. Some people believe in different views of evil and anti religious statements, our music is influenced by a world free without morality and sin. God doesn't exist, evil is in your body and your mind, the nature has the power of the life and death, there is no creation, only evolution, OUR EVILUTION!!!


12. How would you describe the black metal scene in your home country of Columbia?

Here in Bogotá there is no scene, there are bands who play and record songs but here there is no support, bands like us look for distribution outside Colombia, because here the "Metal Scene"(not only black metal) is 4 or 5 bands who never been listened to outside Colombia and they act like rock stars and false metal heads follow them.

This is pathetic, in Bogotá only a few metal heads are true and support the true metal.

13. Outside of music, what are some of your interests?

I'm psychologist, and outside Black Metal my interests are to continue studying behaviorism, and the Human behavior.

14. Any final words or thoughts before we close this interview?

Support the Bestial Black Metal, a sign of horns to you!!


For band contact visit


Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Enthroned Interview with (NORNAGEST)


USBMS thanks you Nornagest for this interview

1. How has everything been on this tour been so far?

Nornagest- Concerts have been great, good responds from the fans, the only place that has been disappointing so far was in LA, too many people staying home watching television instead of being at the show?

2. What are some of the cities that you have played so far?

N- Seattle, Boise,  Salt lake City, Portland, Vancouver B.C, Romona?

3. This is your first U.S tour in 9 years, even though you have put out plenty of albums since then, was there some issues with visa's?

N- Yes some of the problems where due to issues with visas among other things, and also we where working with our old recording studio and we started to focus more on Belgium?

4. How has the new album been received so far?

N- Very good this album has received the best reaction so far for an Enthroned album, we have gained back some old fans that left for awhile and we have also gained some new fans as well, and the response could not be any better than it is now actually?


5. What have been some of the reasons for the line up changes?

N- There has been some line up changes before some of the members were not all practitioners of the occult and now with the new line up we are all practitioners, before we had to make lyrics understandable for every body in the band, now all the members share the views of your philosophy on magic and the occult, and now I can write about whatever comes from my heart, soul and mouth and i don't have to make everything so simple for everybody to understand and occultism plays a big part in our music?

6. I have noticed with each album the music has been getting deeper into the occult, where have you been drawing your occult inspirations from?

N- I personally and some of the other members of Enthroned as well are deeply into the occult, when Sabbathan left the band we decided to focus more on the subject matters that matter the most to us, and with some of our past members they did not share the same vision, but now all of the members are sharing those views it is time to unleash something more deep and personal than the typical anti christian blasphemy?

7. What is your opinion of the newer black metal that has come out in the last couple of years, and do you still follow the modern black metal scene or do you stick to the older traditions?

 N- I can listen to any kind of music, but there are still some new bands that have came out that i can appreciate as long as it is good and honest?

8. What happened to your old side project The Beast. I remember you put out that album a few years ago  and I haven't heard anything again from this project since, will there ever be another album?

N- There wont be a full length album in the future because I never have the time due to my personal life and also Enthroned takes up a lot of my time but I am going to release a final release for The Beast which will be a split album with a band from Belgium called Goat Torment and instead of covering a Beherit song from the last couple of albums we are going the other way around and doing an Impaled Nazarene cover.

9. The new album was released on Regain Records, how would you compare this label to the other labels that you have been on throughout your career?

N- They are perfect we don't have to be at the back all the time to get something done and everything we have asked for has been giving to us plus more and I did not know that there was still such a label that still existed like that and we are a hundred percent satisfied with everything?

10. How would you say the music has progressed over the years?

N- With us just like every other band there is always improvement as compared to our old personalities as well and our music has also grown up with the members and what we have became today as well, it is not that we wanted to change but it is a natural thing?

11. How would you compare the American black metal audiences to the ones in Europe and South America?

N- All of the audiences as well as cultures are different, at some places there can be only 10 people but they are still maniacs and you can play some places and get no reaction so it all depends, in Europe you can still find people that are still into it, and in South America they are all into it and you get all the maniacs and die hards into one place?

12. How would you describe the lyrical content of the new album?


N- The new album is based on real events that have occurred through our occult and philosophic practices and studies and some experiences from some members throughout the last few years that were translated to texts and then to the music and we wanted to write about something that has not been written about it, and the reality is going much deeper over the years?

13.Any final words before we wrap up the interview ?

N- Thanks for the interview and I hope you enjoyed the show.

Band contact visit

Interview done live in person at the Marquis Theater Denver Colo. By Daemon, Eric & Manda Obsidian