• Interview with Buried As Kings! December 27, 2012 Band: Buried As Kings Facebook Genre: Melodic Technical Deathcore Q: Your band has two vocalists, two guitarist, and a drummer. Why do you not have a bassist?   We actually have one vocalist. We’ve just had to mess around with line up changes until we finally got set in. We do have a bassist but he left the ... Read more
  • Interview with Kings And Heroes! December 23, 2012 Band: Kings And Heroes Facebook Genre: Deathcore / Progressive Q: You have played several bands, which band has your been your favorite thus far?   My favorite band to play with is most definitely Kublai Khan from Texas. Q: You’re new to the underground metal scene, only starting in May of 2012. Why did you start in May, and not ... Read more
  • Interview with Wide Awake Nightmare! December 21, 2012 Band: Wide Awake Nightmare Facebook Genre: Death Metal Q: Where did the band name “Wide Awake Nightmare” come from exactly? The name Wide Awake Nightmare came from the Slayer song Angel of Death, which I’m sure you’re familiar with. It’s from the line “Abacinate, eyes that bleed, praying for the end of your WIDE AWAKE NIGHTMARE.” It’s ... Read more
  • Interview with Blood For Our Brothers! December 19, 2012 Band: Blood For Our Brothers Facebook Genre: Metalcore / Deathcore Q: Where did the band name “Blood For Our Brothers” originate from? The name Blood For Our Brothers came from the bands idea of commitment. It represents our work ethic, our sacrifices, our unity as a group, a band, as family, as friends and most importantly, as brothers. ... Read more
  • Interview with Southerland Nights! December 15, 2012 Band: Southerland NightsFacebook Genre: Metalcore / Alternative Rock Q: Your band name is “Southerland Nights,” where did that name come from originally? Hey it’s Adam, thanks for interviewing us. We used to play in different bands all at Jon’s old house, which was on a street called Southerland Way, so it’s kind of an homage to our beginnings. Q: ... Read more
  • Interview with Era of Desolance! December 14, 2012 Band: Era of Desolance Facebook Genre: Hardcore / Beatdown   Q: Era Of Desolance has only been around since July 2012? Why not start earlier? The band actually started as a side project while we were all in previous bands, but we liked writing together and the music we were making – so Era of Desolance became our main focus.  Q: ... Read more
  • Interview with Mortal Agony! December 11, 2012 Band: Mortal Agony Facebook  Genre: Death Metal / Grindcore Q.1: Where did you get the band name “Mortal Agony” from? Q.2: Also, are you aware that there are three other bands named “Mortal Agony?” The name actually came from the fact, that we want the word agony in the name, because our music sounds like it. Also we ... Read more
  • Interview with Dropbear Disaster! December 6, 2012 Band: Dropbear Disaster Facebook Genre: Metalcore Q: There is band named “Dropbears,” is your name anyway influenced by their band name? If not, where does your band name originate from? James: Haha funny you should ask that, no actually, I stumbled across these guys while looking up our own videos to show to some mates and ... Read more
  • Interview with Across The Wall! December 5, 2012 Band: Across The Wall Facebook Genre: Hardcore / Beatdown Q: Where did the band name “Across the Wall” come from? Across The Wall sounds powerful to us. It reminds us that we should be strong and never give up, and this is what we do.  Q: The band formed in May 2012, why did you start so recently? Actually we didn’t ... Read more
  • Interview with Ruins Will Rise! December 2, 2012 Band: Ruins Will Rise Facebook Genre: Melodic Metalcore Q: Where did you get the band name “Ruins Will Rise” from? The name was one chosen by the guys before I personally joined, and it’s about how they’re mostly school drop outs, yet we still all strive our hardest to pursue a life as musicians. I’m pretty darn proud to ... Read more
  • Interview with Amber Awakening! December 1, 2012 Band: Amber Awakening Facebook Genre: Melodic Deathcore Q: Where does the band name “Amber Awakening” originate from? Our name came from a dream that our drummer had. He had pictured UFO’s in with an amber color background, and then when he woke up he had remembered his dream. Then he came up with the name from ... Read more
  • Interview with Hester Prynne! November 19, 2012 Band: Hester Prynne Facebook Genre: Deathcore Q: When did you decide to start making the kind of music that you do? Any particular person who influenced your decision?  I think we all started playing in metal bands around the same time, somewhere around freshman year of high school. As far as influences, we all certainly had our own individual ... Read more
  • Interview with Xehanort! November 16, 2012 Band: Xehanort Facebook Genre: Technical Deathcore / Death Metal Q: Where did your band name “Xehanort” originate from? From my favorite video game series, Kingdom Hearts! Xehanort is the name of the main villain in the series so far. Q: Why did you start Xehanort, when you already produce music for Oscillator? Well, my good friend Brett Ruch is the one ... Read more
  • Interview with Shores of Acheron! November 14, 2012  Band: Shores of Acheron Facebook Genre: Deathcore  Q: Where does the band name “Shores of Acheron” come from? The name Shores Of Acheron was thought of by our vocalist. He is really into Dante’s Inferno and so he figured since Shores Of Acheron was in the game and that it sounded cool, we would go with it. Reluctantly our ... Read more
  • Interview with Enemy AC-130 Above! November 12, 2012 Band: Enemy AC-130 Above Facebook Genre: Instrumental Deathcore / Metalcore Q: What influenced your decision to start producing music by yourself, instead of forming the normal kind of band? Well I had been in a lot of bands before and I was actually in one when I started recording my own music. I guess I just got sick of ... Read more
  • Interview with Thy Art Is Murder! November 10, 2012 Band: Thy Art Is Murder Facebook Genre: Deathcore Q: Where does your band originate from? Western Sydney Q: Why did you decide to play the style of music that you do? I guess because I enjoy the energy it brings and the heavy low tuned fast riffing really does it for me. Q: What bands did you listen to growing up, and ... Read more
  • Interview with AngelMaker! November 8, 2012 Band: AngelMaker Facebook Genre: Deathcore Q: Where did you guys get the name “Angelmaker” from? Casey: We used to be called The Human Condition, before we even broke into the deathcore scene. We had to change our name because a band already got signed under that name, and we chose from a list of names that we all thought ... Read more
  • Interview with Infant Annihilator! November 6, 2012 Band: Infant Annihilator  Facebook Genre: Deathcore / Death Metal / Slam Q: How did the name “Infant Annihilator” come to be? It was originally a song name thought up a few years ago for one of Aaron’s old bands (As The Blessed Fall). When we first started this band we didn’t expect to take it seriously; we used the name as ... Read more
  • Interview with BeheadingTheTraitor! November 3, 2012 Promoter: BeheadingTheTraitor Facebook YouTube Q: Where did you get name “BeheadingTheTraitor?” The name “BeheadingTheTraitor” derived from an absolute blank mind, to be honest. My previous channel, “WeSeekDestruction” just got deleted, so I was scrambling for a “brutal” type of name, and that came to mind.I sometimes hate the name, haha. I find it boring and cheesy. The fans seem to ... Read more
  • Interview with Don’t Worry, I’m A Doctor! November 1, 2012 Band: Don’t Worry, I’m A Doctor Facebook: Don’t Worry, I’m A Doctor Genre: Deathcore / Metalcore Q: Where did you get the idea for your band name? We were just joking around and it stuck! We thought it was a memorable and fun name, and people really seem to love it<3 Q: Why did you choose to play the genre ... Read more
  • Interview with Reflections October 30, 2012 Band: ReflectionsFacebook: Reflections Genre: Progressive Deathcore / Djent Q: Where does your band name originate from? A: Reflecting on events in your life. Not mirrors! Q: Why did you choose to play the genre of music that you play? A: It just kind of came naturally to all of us. We all love the music that we play and ... Read more