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Interview with Enemies Deceased!

Genre(s): Death Metal/Thrash Metal/Grind
Location: Blackwood, NJ

PSAB: Why did you choose the name “Enemies Deceased” for your band? 

ED: We wanted something
that was different, that stood out, showed domination, and fit well with
what we write, lyrically and musically.
PSAB: You’re currently working on new music. When can we expect to hear this new music? 

ED: We’re currently in the
studio, recording our newer tracks, as well as finishing a brand new
song, which should all be released by mid-September.
PSAB: If you were able to bring back one deceased musician to be featured on one of your songs, which musician would that be? 

ED: I can only speak for
myself on this one, but I would personally love to bring back either
Dimebag Darrell, or Jeff Hanneman. Being a drummer and having that
opportunity to work with either of them, would have been an iconic
PSAB: What is the metal scene like in Blackwood, NJ? 

ED: The metal scene in
South Jersey/Philadelphia alone is just a pure, power house. So many
bands that are not only talented but, just have incredible music. Its
truly an honor to not only share the stage with this scene, but to be
friends with most of them as well.
PSAB: What kind of music do you listen to outside of your band? Does that music play an influence on your band’s music? 

ED: We all listen to a
variety of music outside of our own. I personally love listening to and
watching any band that has a solid drummer… seeing certain techniques
and patterns has definitely helped me with the writing process in this
band. Our vocalist listens to practically every genre invented, he’s
always bringing good ideas to the table. 

Our guitarist is the backbone
of writing… he is always thinking of new riffs/ideas and emailing us.
And our bassist will learn a new song, and then just start adding and
changing stuff to add his flavor to it, so at the end, when it all comes
together, it’s just a pure punch in the face, that gets people moving.
PSAB: Have any shout outs to give? 
ED: I’d like to shout out
Spaun Drums, Scymtek Cymbals, East Coast Villain Clothing… our
families, and friends, both in and out of the local scene. (Bands and

All questions answered by Jh Payne, drummer of Enemies Deceased
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