Ashes Of My Regrets Interview

The Offering: How would you describe your new EP “Caricatures”?

Brian Glennon : “Caricatures” is a very dark EP lyrically and instrumentally and it still has the old AOMR sound while incorporating a new style for us. I really feel like we evolved on this record song writing wise, instrumentally our vocalist has definitely improved with his technique as well. We feel like we’ve created something that really has our own sound to it.

TO: How did you approach the songwriting?

BG: Every song had its own way of being put together. Normally how the songwriting will go is Chris and Brandon will sit down and work on most of the instrumental together and then once that is finished Chris will go over it and write all the lyrics and melodies and layer some keys and synths and make some transitions if needed. Brandon will go work on the drums and just make sure everything was recorded properly etc etc.

TO: Is there a particular inspiration behind the lyrics?

BG: Every song has its own inspiration. For example “Incorruptible” is based on depression while “Fooled me twice, now pay the price” was inspired from Chris’s ex girl friend who cheated on him awhile back. Every song has its own meaning and is inspired by something different.

TO: How did you approach the filming of the video for the song “Daydreams”?

BG: When it comes to the video we kind of gave Alex from Blackwolf Imaging the song and asked him what his vision was for it. He kind of guided the rest and we really couldn’t be happier with the way the music video came out.

TO: Which band/artist inspired you to become a musician?

BG: Me personally Muse was my biggest inspiration. They have been my favorite band for as long as I can remember.

TO: Do you have any touring plans?

BG: As of now were planning on hitting the Midwest in December! When it comes to 2017 we want to be able to tour as much as possible.

TO: What are your expectations for the future of the band?

BG: Well we hope to one day be touring as much as possible playing too sold out crowds. We really want to make this our career and we hope this release will put us that much closer to getting there.

Whispered interview

Melodic death metal filled with Japanese folk elements could sounds a bit unusual, especially if the band is from Finland, but what Whispered has created is something of unique.
An epic sound characterizes Whispered’s music and wearing an hakama during the live shows gives that something more.
We had the opportunity to meet the frontman Jouni and talk about the last album “Metsutan”, the experience to play in Tokio and much more.

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HillBilly Casino Interview

Being an independent band is not easy but HillBilly Casino is able to inflame the stages, not only Americans, but also Europeans because of their overwhelming rockabilly.
We had the opportunity to meet the band after their show at Porispere and talk about their music, the gigs and much more.

Moonsorrow Interview

Back in 1995 Moonsorrow started its journey without any expectations, and now, after 21 years the band is still on the scene with a bunch of fans from all around the world.
The last album “Jumalten Aika” has been released last April earning a lot of success, for 2017 it is expected to release a documentary created by some fans and on February the band will perform at 70000 tons of metal.
We had the opportunity to meet Ville and Mitja before their show at Porispere and talk about this and much more.

 

Eartheria Interview

Eartheria is a young band from Pori, Finland, its melodic death metal is rich of technical parts and the live performances are really impressive.
We had the opportunity to meet the band after the show at Porispere and discover something more about it and its music.

Diablo Interview

After 7 years of break Diablo has come back last September with the new album “Silver Horizon”, a concept album based on the poem novel “Aniara”, during the last months the band has toured across Finland and now it’s looking forward a tour outside its country.
We had the opportunity to talk with Rainer Nygård and Marko Utriainen about the break between “Icaros” and “Silver Horizon”, the video-clip of “Isolation” and much more.