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Review: Make Them Suffer – Old Souls

Before we dig too deep, I’m going to lay all my cards on the table. Prior to June of this year, I knew the following things about Australian six-piece Make Them Suffer; they were a band from Australia, they made music, that music may or may not be deathcore-ish , they made relatively heavy use of orchestral/symphonic elements, and 2012 release Neverbloom was loved by seemingly everyone who is not me.

I didn’t miss it. I was completely aware of it. I was completely aware of its reception.

I just ignored it.
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Interview with Shadow of Intent!

Genre(s): Symphonic Deathcore
Location: N/A

PSAB: Where does the name “Shadow Of Intent” come from?
SOI: The name Shadow Of Intent actually comes from the Halo game series. Our
EP and lyrical content was inspired by the series as well, so we figured
we should have a name that is also relative!
PSAB: If you could tour any part of the world, which part would it be and why?
SOI: Honestly, I’d love to tour anywhere. Neither of us have ever been on a
big tour before, and since we’re only a two piece project it’s
impossible. It’s always been a huge dream of mine. Anywhere in the world
would do thought if we were somehow able to build a line up.
PSAB: What are your hobbies outside of creating music?
SOI: I enjoy playing copious amounts of video games when I’m not working
haha. I collect CD’s as well. I just started this year and I’m up to
about 75 hard copies at this point. There’s really not much I do outside
of music, music is practically my entire life.
PSAB: What plays the most influence on your music? This can be non-music related.
SOI: Chris’s playing was heavily influenced by Abigail Williams, Dimmu Borgir,
The Black Dahlia Murder and Within the Ruins. He’s an amazing
songwriter and wrote all of the music on the EP. He did the music, I did
the lyrics. I was obviously influenced by the Halo series, as you can
tell by the lyrical content. But the music that heavily influenced me
was Bloodbath, SepticFlesh, Carach Angren and The Black Dahlia Murder.
PSAB: How’s the local metal scene in your area?
SOI: The local metal scene in our area is pretty 50/50 in a way. There’s a
whole bunch of bands, but there isn’t a whole lot of places to play. And
it’s especially hard to find a venue that’s in a convenient spot.
They’re all pretty scattered throughout the area, and not a whole lot of
people go to the local shows. I’ve played plenty of shows where only a
handful of kids showed up. I’m sure it’s pretty much the same way for
any other area though, or maybe not.
PSAB: Do you have any shout outs to give to your fans, and the readers out there?
SOI: Our shout out to our fans would be to stay tuned with
Shadow Of Intent! The EP Inferi Sententia is only the beginning, and we
plan on delivering better, faster, more epic and technical material than

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Interview with In Dying Moments!

Genre(s): Symphonic Deathcore
Location: Shumen, Bulgaria
PSAB: Does your band name “In Dying Moments” hold any important significance to any of the band members?
IDM: Not actually, we were with another name that just didn’t fit and we came
up with the idea “In Dying Moments” because most of our lyrics are
based on betrayal, suffering and disrespect.PSAB: Your new album Through The Reality is set to release sometime this year. When can expect the album to drop?

IDM: Hopefully we will be able to release it in April, but for now there is no official date yet.PSAB: You’re currently in search of a label to release the album through.
Do you have any labels in mind you would like it to release through?

IDM: Well that’s a really interesting question! Every bands dream is to sign
with a major label, but you gotta take a long trip till you get there,
so all we are searching for now is a good independent label.
PSAB: What is the local metal scene like in Shumen, Bulgaria?
IDM: It’s very weak, there are not much bands in here and its very difficult
to get out, but we are doing our best and that’s why we are the most
succesfull band in here.PSAB: If you could have any musician as a guest musician on a track, which musician would that be?

IDM: Oh, that is definitely hard to answer. They’re too much, but maybe No.1 is Aaron Matts (Betraying The Martyrs)PSAB: Do you have any shout outs to give to your fans?

IDM: Get stoked! Follow us on every social media
network, search for news about the release of the new album and STAY
SAFE. We love you all!
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