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Realized at: 27th, March 2014
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"Our sound is raw, not so refined; it comes from the landscape and the land we live in, the Karst plateau in Slovenia . It is covered with rocks and stones. We need a sound which captures this natural element.



1. Since your inception in 2010, you`ve released a Demo consisting of 4 songs. Tell us a bit about the early days of the band and your experience recording this first opus.
At the beginning, it was just 3 of us jamming with a few ideas and trying to get to something special. Then, a second guitarist jumped in. It took us a lot of time to agree on the direction, sound and song structures we would like to explore, because we have completely different backgrounds and tastes. We tried several different vocalists, but there was something missing.  With the new, current vocalist we got that and things began to change for better, as we gained a great talent with which we could begin to fully express, but the path was still long. Until very recently we were not sure about our direction. It has been a very difficult process for us but we came out with something special: our music. Recently we have experienced a line-up change: we have a new bass guitar player and all is, finally, perfect.

The recording process was fun and painful; we had no experience with it except for our drummer. It was an adventure for all the other members. We had no expectations, we just wanted to give all we could and everything we carried inside of us into it. The recording went very smoothly, as all of our songs were completed in 6 or 7 days. It was a very nice and funny week, we brought some booze to studio and had fun together, but we can admit now, we were a bit nervous too. Looking back, there are some things we would change, but after all, it feels great to have a demo, something real, material, that we have made.

2. You perform a very interesting mixture of Black metal and Rock and Roll, which have been defined as Black´n´roll. The result is very unique and enjoying in my opinion. How would you describe your sound to the people who have never heard of you?

Our sound is raw, not so refined; it comes from the landscape and the land we live in, the Karst plateau in Slovenia . It is covered with rocks and stones. We need a sound which captures this natural element. It needs to stay wild. There is also a melodic aspect to what we do but it really depends on the songs. Some of them are like a sucker punch, for example “Boozy pigs” and some others are much more technical. We love mixing a straight in your face rock n roll approach with the intensity and complexity of Black metal. With our music we want to shock the audience. The base is always the same, “Black ‘n’ Roll”- fast and raw, but we try to add something new into it, so that the listener never really knows what to expect in the future.

3. Let’s talk about song writing, how long will it take to complete a song. How exactly it works the composing process?

In the past, we combined different things and people. A few songs were written by our friends Jure and Gregor, they usually came by and said: “Hey guys I have something new for you, let’s play it” and we played J Thanks again for that! That way, the “composing process” went very fast. Nowadays we do all the writing – music and lyrics by ourselves. Usually we don’t have problems with creating, but sometimes in crisis we close ourselves in rehearsal place, listen to music, get drunk and go jamming, and we get some new ideas.
Completing a song takes between 5 minutes and a few months. We have to get our ideas in common and fit them in what we expect the band to sound like … rather a pain in the ass …
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Plus, we are very busy outside the band with our own lives and we are also a bunch of lazy people … we are made of contradictions and extremes.

4. What are some of your interests, occupations and hobbies outside of composing sick
music?

We are an intergenerational band: we are students, unemployed, teachers, manual workers, fathers, drinkers, smokers, dreamers, ... Very different people, joined together by music. Our hobbies and interests may differ greatly, but we still get along.

5. You recorded your first demo, back in 2012, so I’m guessing you’ve come a bit since. How’s the writing process going, any plans so far for next recording session?
We have about 12 or 13 songs ready to be recorded, so our first full-length album is almost ready. It is just a question of when, how much and how long. We hope to record and release it in 2014 if possible. The artwork is almost done and it is blowing. But like for all small underground bands in our country, sometimes the costs of making a  full-length album are too high and so the recording might be delayed. But we will definitely do our best.


6. What would you consider the hardest part about playing in an Underground band?
2 things stand out of the situation:

The first one is, getting a gig. Having the chance to play your music in front of an audience has become quite difficult. Especially if you play a more “extreme” genre.

Secondly, once you have done that, the question stands: is the audience open enough to listen to your work?

7 . What are your thoughts about the underground scene and the Slovenian scene in particular?

We think that the underground scene is a good thing. In the underground scene, no one makes music for money or fame. We make it because we like it. And that’s what true music is. It is a bit hard for us musicians in the underground scenes though, as we get little or no respect, no gigs, no money. Sometimes, it feels like no one is appreciating our work.

The Slovenian scene is small, or at least it feels like it, because no one seems to be promoting our music. The radios keep playing the mainstream music from abroad. But there is definitely some really good bands here in Slovenia, in the metal genres and in other genres too. It’s too bad that the people don’t know of them.

8. - Well, that would be all for the moment...thanks very much for your time. If you have anything to add in the end to conclude this interview.

We would like to thank anyone who supports us, metal music and its underground scene. Stay true to yourselves and rock on! \m/

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