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Interview with Black Sea Deluge!

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Facebook – Genre(s): Progressive Metal/Deathcore – Location: Port Alberni, Canada

PSAB: Why did you choose the name “Black Sea Deluge” for your band?

Braedon: it was a biblical name although I would not peg us as a biblical band. It was the name of the great flood and I thought it had a certain aspect of drama and mysticism to it.

PSAB: You haven’t released a new EP or album since September. When can we expect new music? Soon?

Logan: When released the sampler for our debut album, our production capabilities did not meet the standards necessary for an ideal modern metal recording but we wanted to put something together so newcomers could have something to hear when they come across us on the internet. Currently we are scheduled for an early November release and we’re in the final stages of recording so we plan on coming out with our single(s) much sooner.

PSAB: If you had the choice to tour any country. Which country would that be and why?

Logan: There’s no doubt for me that it’d be Australia. It’s a place that’s always caught my geographical interest but it is also home to some of my favourite bands such as Thy Art Is Murder and Prepared Like a Bride.

Braedon: My pick would have to be Brazil or really anywhere in south america. The kids down there are absolutely devoted to metal music and I’d love to have the privilege of playing for them.

PSAB: What is the metal scene like in Port Alberni?

Logan: As close to non-existent as humanly possible, but thanks to a recent boost in local music promotion we are seeing a lot more touring acts making their way over to our little island!

Braedon: it was at its peak in around 2007 with some internationally acclaimed bands stopping in at our little corner of the earth. I believe it’s making a resurgence lately which has been a combined effort from the few bands we do have here supporting one another.

PSAB: What artists or bands are you influenced by?

Logan: Too many to list, some bands that have taken noticeable effect in my writing are Fall In Archaea, Ovid’s Withering, and After the Burial.

Braedon: my influenced are primarily Avenged Sevenfold, The Human Abstract, Buckethead, and some other less conventional ones such as Oingo Boingo, Peter Gabriel, and Danny Elfman.

PSAB: Do you have any shout outs to give?

Logan: A huge thanks to Cloud City for working together with us on our upcoming merchandise and to all the people who have mistaken my voice as being Jesse from The Body Politic.

Braedon: All the great guys from Chango production forum for helping our record sound as good as it possibly can, again to Dustin Dame at cloud city for helping us bring our merchandise ideas to life and a big one to local metal band Forever Frost for always having our backs in the same way we have theirs.

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