Interview with Going Home In A Body Bag!

Genre(s): Deathcore
Location: Mönsterås, Sweden
PSAB: Why did you choose the name “Going Home In A Body Bag” for your band?
GHIAB: We got it from Slipknot’s live DVD Disasterpieces when Corey yells, “You
are all going home in a body bag” on the intro of “Surfacing”

PSAB: You’re currently working on an album titled Pitch Black. When can we
expect this album to drop? Also, will it be an LP or an EP?

GHIAB: May or June of 2014 . EPPSAB: If you could have one musician featured on an GHIAB song, which musician would that be and why?

GHIAB: Phil Bozeman from Whitechapel or CJ from Thy Art is Murder \m/PSAB: What is the local metal scene like in Mönsterås?

GHIAB: Pitch black it’s pretty dead ;), way too few metalheads.PSAB: What are your plans for this upcoming summer? Tour? Record new music?

GHIAB: Upcoming music video, maybe a new single and hopefully a ton full of shows!PSAB: Do you have any shout outs to give to your fans?

GHIAB: Thanks for all the support so far, we appreciate it so fucking much and we love you all (especially Brandon Goodwin ;))!

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Interview with Intraneum!

Genre(s): Melodic/Technical Deathcore
Location: Trójmiasto, Poland
PSAB: Where did the band name “Intraneum” come from?
ITN: Intraneum
in Latin means something inseparable. Our guitarist also liked that
name because it reminded him of Periphery’s song Extraneous.
PSAB: How has the feedback for the release of your album Perfection?
ITN: We’re
surprised because the feedback has been very, very good so far. People
especially complimented the sound and guitars, some asked if we were
planning to release a physical version of our EP.
PSAB: One of your songs from your new album were
actually not your own, but of a deathcore act named Jet Black Promise.
This was something your band member’s did and lied about. What was done
to the particular band member, and what have you done to fix the
ITN: Huh,turned out that he stole not only this song but
our single from the period when our name was Until Death Do Us Part was
stolen from JBP as well! It was actually our ex-member, who left the
band without any word in November, when we started changing our style.
We were really surprised, he hasn’t given any reason so far. He doesn’t
answer our calls or messages, generally behaves like a total coward.
We’re planning to charge him for the time we wasted recording the song,
but as mentioned before, he’s just hiding, probably hoping that we’ll
forget about all this mess.
We immediately released an official statement that we had no idea
the song was stolen (we were really surprised as we haven’t heard about
Jet Black Promise before), we’re now thinking what we should do with the
EP posted on YouTube, as it contains a song that’s not ours.
PSAB: What is the local metal scene like in Trójmiasto?
ITN: With
a few exceptions it’s pretty much dominated by thrash and heavy metal
bands. Most of people here enjoy old-school kind of music, so it’s hard
for us to find bands to play with. It’s rather hard to make any money
from concerts but lots of people attend, so it’s rewarding. When we
visited Krakow our playing style was nothing special – the city is a
Mecca for core fans, there are hardly any bands playing other genre.
PSAB: Which bands did you listen to growing up, and do those bands play an influence on your music?
ITN: We’re
influenced by Veil of Maya, Dawn of Dementia, Periphery, TesseracT and a
bit of Meshuggah, Reflections and After The Burial. Our vocalist was a huge fan of deathcore bands like As Blood Runs
Black and As I Lay Dying which you can hear in the way he growls and
screams. Most of the music our bassist and guitarist listened
to growing up was mentioned in influences, you could also add Megadeth
and Queens of The Stone Age for guitarist and Necrophagist and Blotted
Science for bassist.
PSAB: Do you have any shout outs to give to your fans, and the readers out there??

ITN: We’d
like to thank anyone who digs our music and especially a few fans who
spent lots of time sharing our music and promoting the band, we’ll
definitely reward you. To people who haven’t – please check our (minus
Seven,it’s Jet Black Promise’s) music, is where you can download the EP for free from. We’d really appreciate any opinion

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The Brothers Highhorse – A Graveyard for Lunatics [REVIEW]

Genre(s): Deathcore
The Brothers Highhorse’s newly released single “A Graveyard for Lunatics” is roughly four minutes long. They combine some elements of black metal, mostly heard in the vocals, with standard deathcore. The pace of the song is fast, and the instrumentals change through the song. In the beginning to about midway through, they have a fast-going death metal sound, then transition into a more melodic one for a small amount of time. However, quickly transition back to the fast-going death metal sound with symphonic elements for the rest of the song. The vocals used are black metal-like high screams and low screams.
The only thing you can notice about this song right away is the poor audio quality, and I think that takes a lot away from the song itself. If the band were to release a new song in the future with better audio quality, I believe it would sound a whole lot better. Other than that, it is a solid song with variety.Score: 3/5

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Interview with Apex!

Genre(s): Deathcore
Location: Cincinnati, OH
PSAB: Why did you choose the name “Apex” for your band?
Apex: The name Apex comes from the phrase “Apex Predator”. An apex predator has few to no predators of their own and they reside at the top of their food chain. I personally thought that was as a strong a name as we could get
PSAB: You released your debut single “Mortifier” back in February of 2014. How was the feedback for the single then and are you still receiving feedback now?
Apex: The feedback has been amazing. Better than we ever could’ve expected for a first single from a new band. Also, yeah we keep getting kids liking our page almost everyday and the views on the video continue to climb. It’s weird and amazing at the same time. I can’t wait to see what happens when we release more music.
PSAB: As of this interview, you’re currently not signed to any label. If you had the choice of any label to be signed to, which label would that be and why?
Apex: I honestly don’t think we’re all too concerned about getting signed. If I personally had to pick, I’d say Sumerian or Epitaph. I think some of the artists on those labels and the way they are ran are amazing.
PSAB: How is the local metal scene in Cincinnati, OH?
Apex: It’s a great place to be to play metal. There are some amazing bands around here to share the stage with and the kids here come out to every show and they go hard as fuck. The bands support each other and everyone gets excited on everyone’s music. You can’t ask for much more. We wanna see what the scene is like in other places though.
PSAB: What one band has played the most influence on your music?Apex: Honestly I don’t think we’ve sit down and been like “make that part like” or anything. The entire writing process has been “let’s be different and let’s be heavy”. But if I had to pick on mutual influence throughout the whole band, it’s be The Tony Danza Tap Dance Extravaganza.

PSAB: Do you have any shout outs to give to your fans?
Apex: To anyone who has taken the time of day to like our page, listen to Mortifier, share it, download it, tell a friend about it, anything. Thank you so much. We have BIG things coming in the near future. The new music kicks Mortifier in the ass and we’ll have a few announcements you’ll wanna hear. Stick around, and again… Thank you.
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Interview with Bow Messiah!

Genre(s): Deathcore/Death Metal
Location: Woodend, Christchurch
PSAB: Where does the band name “Bow Messiah” come from?

BM: The name originated through religious beliefs that we should bow to a martyr or god to be saved from damnation, in reality we are all equals so no one should bow to a false god that is a myth, it basically means “messiah bow to the common man”

PSAB: You’ve been around since 2007. What do you think has changed the most within the metal scene in the last seven years?

BM: There definitely seems like there’s a lot more bands out there these days, whether it is the ease of the internet and global exposure, and with the technology at hand for bands they can make demos very easily, it’s a struggle to keep up with the amount of new music and bands on the scene

PSAB: How is the local metal scene in Woodend, Christchurch?

BM: The metal scene is Christchurch is on the comeback, We have some amazing local bands here that we regularly gig with and top dudes that all help each other out with support slots, backline etc, the last few years have been tough for bands as the earthquakes devastated most of the top venues, so there was a period where bands were relocating to different towns/countries or calling it quits, we struggled for a while to secure venues that support our genre but in the last 12 months the venues have been rebuilding and getting back up and running and the scene is alive again with some great venues hosting some killer bands

PSAB: You’re currently unsigned as of this interview. If you could be signed to any record label, which label would that be and why?

BM: Nuclear Blast or Local NZ label Deadboy Records as they would suit us really well and both seem like great companies to work for

PSAB: What bands did you listen to growing up, and do those bands play an influence on your music now?

BM: We have all had different influences growing up from Black Sabbath to Cannibal Corpse and everything in between, We have gone through various stages since the beginning of the band, and we tend to write according to the type of music we are listening to at the time, At the start we were big into Lamb of God, Slayer, Pantera, the more traditional types of metal, as the band progressed we started tweaking our genre much influenced by what we are listening to now, the likes of Carnifex, Suffocation, Thy Art Is Murder, I Declare War, Behemoth and changing tuning’s along the way, we went from a drop D 6 string guitar tuning to C then down to a 7 string drop A tuning making things a lot heavier and broader than we anticipated at the beginning

PSAB: Do you have any shout outs to give to your fans, and the readers?

BM: We are extremely grate full to those who support us, there have been some hard times that the band has pulled through not knowing if things would work out but after the national tour and the release of the “Maggots” EP, things have really picked up, we now have a game plan and are motivated to bring fresh ideas to the table, it’s great hearing positive comments from local and international fans alike, we just try to make tunes that we would listen to ourselves and if people dig them that’s a major bonus, We are now working on the debut full length and some other ideas we have not tried yet so hopefully the snowball will keep growing

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