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Interview with Inailment!

Genre(s): Death Metal
Location: Nuevo Casas Grandes
PSAB: Where does the band name “Inailment” come from?
Inailment:
The name “Inailment” is wordplay for a local legend at the place where
my grandma was born. She used to tell us about corpses that were put
into their caskets with their arms overly crossed, so their nails would
grow around their bodies giving them a mentally crippling look. The only
“real” word in our name is -nail- and we gave it the -ment- just
because we did not know better.
PSAB: When can we expect new music from you?
Inailment: Right now we are working on a new EP, since all our members are in
different locations right now, the process has become a little slower.
We are expecting to release our new songs around October.
PSAB: You’re currently signed to Pedroth Records. How has the experience been being signed to them?
Inailment: It has been comfortable since it is located right in Pedro’s house
(who is our guitar player, programmer and song producer) we have a
couple of computers there and he is also working with a couple of side
projects with his mini-studio with other peoples he knows. We set the
place up ourselves and we are still learning how to produce songs, we
will be practicing and working until we get the right sound.
PSAB: How is the local metal scene in your area?
Inailment: Our hometown Nuevo Casas Grandes only has our Death Metal band. And
that’s pretty much it. There are not even any other metal bands around.
But our home state Chihuahua has been producing some good metal bands, a
couple of them have already gone to the Wacken.
PSAB: Which bands play the most influence on your music?
Inailment: Fleshgod Apocalypse has been the most influencial to our music, right
now we are really open to other genres so we have some classical music
influence on our songs, boleros, rumbas, etc. We started by listening to
the likes of The Faceless, Winds of Plague, and always wanted to try to
produce songs like that. Every musician in this band has different
tastes in music so when we get together we are basically doing music
salad. We have been trying to integrate some progressive stuff into our
music such as The Mars Volta.
PSAB: Do you have any shout outs to give to the readers out there?
Inailment: A shout out to Komanche who just got his first home studio set-up in
Mexico City(D.F.) another shout out to JuanK Duran, Flako Hermosillo,
and Pedro Vargas who have been always working on this project with a lot
of enthusiasm.
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  • Pedro on

    awesome music!


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