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Interview with Bound in Fear!

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PSAB: You’ve got a pretty fat sound, what would you credit that to?

Bound in Fear: thanks! we’d say its probably down to our writing and influences, we have all listened to underground metal for years and found common ground in deathcore and downtempo music. Heaviness is like a bad addiction, you always want more, so we decided to create our own source. In fact, the band started as a joke side project consisting of just the vocalist and guitarist trying to make silly heavy breakdowns!

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Interview with MemoCrasher!

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PSAB: Who are your musical influences?

MemoCrasher: Definitely I should start with my recent discover – Alter Bridge. Especially Myles Kennedy’s vocals. All vocal parts on our album are supposed to be growls, but those guys showed me whole another level of arranging clear vocals. So I tried, trained for last year to achieve at least a tolerable vocal skill.

And when it comes to music – we have grown up on Opeth’s music, In Flames – the old one, Arch Enemy, Machine Head, Megadeth, Trivium as well, especially their last album, it’s more heavy metal style than their previous albums, which I find positive. Dream Theater, they’re great instrumentalists. Jeff Loomis, an amazing guitarist, sort of Jason Becker’s legacy. We’re also into Septic Flesh, Lamb of God, Korn and Iron Maiden that’s for sure.

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Review: The Devils of Loudun – Enduring Creation

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The Devils of Loudun is a Symphonic Death Metal band from Seattle Washington. Their current line-up consists of: Scott Hermanns (guitar), Drew Tuel (lead guitar), LJ Cline (bass), Billy Keller (drums), Ben Velozo (keyboards), and Vance Bratcher (vocals). Since their formation in 2009, they have released a single called Guise of the Deceiver, an EP called Entering Oblivion, and their new EP that I’ll be reviewing. Enduring Creation is a five-song EP and is 26 minutes and 31 seconds in length.

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