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Realized at: 28th, April 2015
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"Almost everything I write is made of deliberation, because spontaneous is just not my thing." (Rob - Guitars/Backing Vocals)

1. Hails Rob, DISORDERLY CONDUCT is basically formed by you and your brother, is that right?? How difficult have been to conduct your band as a duo and tell us how did you get into "metal" for first time?

Robert: Yeah that’s right. It has been difficult being a duo when we wanted to do live events, because we couldn’t, but now that we have a full lineup, that’s not a problem. Making the demo was fine just Sam and I because we knew what we wanted for each instrument. I got into heavy metal in high school, just listening to what my friends were listening to. 
Cole: Basically, when I was about 9 years old, I started playing guitar hero and started getting really good at it. My siblings listened to a lot of rock, hard rock, and heavy metal, and their interests might have rubbed off upon me. But with that said, I always hard a hard time figuring out exactly what music I liked. I was too young to really grasp and comprehend music to find the underlying meaning, whether it was my own meaning or the meaning the artist attempted to portray.

2. You have recently added to Cole as a drummer, what about a bassist? Have you established a solid and completed line up? Have any plans to start to play live shows?? 

Sam: Robert switched from rhythm guitar to bass guitar after several months of looking for a bassist that had the same musical interests but couldn’t find one that was a good fit. At the moment we have a complete lineup but we are looking for another rhythm guitarist. We plan to do live shows as soon as we can, probably in April 2015.

3. Who came up with the band's name? Does it have any deeper meaning for you or did you just choose it because it sounded good? 

Sam: Robert came up with it. I thought it sounds bad ass and shows we're out there to break the rules and boundaries. 
Robert: Plus, we act very disorderly at parties, so I thought it was appropriate haha. No deeper meanings here.

4. You have mentioned old classic metal bands such as MEGADETH, METALLICA; SLAYER, OVERKILL..etc. Which is very curious being you two young guys. Take us briefly through your life’s musical journey. Were either of you classically trained as a child? Musically, what were some of your early favorites? What music did you enjoy early on, but later grew out of? 

Cole: I eventually grew out of Metallica and other bands of the same genre. A few friends of mine got me into progressive metal, thall, Nu Metal, and/or screamo. Some of my favorites are KoRn, Disturbed, Nirvana, Pantera, Rage Against the Machine, Avenged Sevenfold, Embodyment. 
Sam: Growing up I played the piano and would listen to music my dad listened to, mainly Elvis Presley. Middle school was when I got into Godsmack and Disturbed, and high school was when I got into the old thrash metal bands. 
Robert: I played the piano and violin when I was a kid. I first started listening to nu metal bands in high school, which I now have grown out of, like Disturbed and Godsmack were my favorites. I got into thrash after college, and also have gotten into speed and power metal recently.

5. From the first time I listened to your EP, I was rapidly evoked to the great old times when everything was sounding old fashioned, and pretty "primitive", and you have attained this feeling perfectly with this 7 songs, How you feel about all of this and which reactions have you got so far towards this debut release?

Sam: I think these songs are a great representation of what we are and what we can do musically. I can't say I'm expecting any specific reactions, other than hoping people love how heavy and fast it is. Robert: I think it’s great that our demo is associated with those descriptors: “old fashioned,” “primitive,” because that’s what we like and that’s what we were going for. The reaction of our demo has mostly been one of curiosity because most kids our age haven’t heard a lot of old school style metal. That, and they said the mastering needs to be better, which we fully admit to be true haha because Sam and I know next to nothing about mastering music. 

6. How much of your work is the result of conscious deliberation and how much is spontaneous inspiration? 
Robert: Almost everything I write is made of deliberation, because spontaneous is just not my thing. I suck at it haha. Sam: Some songs I thought of slowly overtime, planning everything elaborately and efficiently. 'Wear and Tear' I specifically wrote in one night after my night went complete wrong and my (then) best friends had sex with the girl I liked at the time. 
Robert: That was hilariously stupid.

7. How much time and effort do you spend on the band to get everything to look and sound the right way?
Sam: We used to not spend that much time perfecting our sound, etc. But recently we decided to slow down and take as much time as we need to make sure it sounds as metal as we can make it.

8. With so many bands competing for attention what do you do in order to stand out and be counted? How far would you go in order to gain attention?

Sam: I believe we stand out because thrash lied dormant for about a decade, (mid 90’s to mid 2000’s). While some thrash bands are rising up from the mid 2000's, we hope to be right up there with them, (Evile, Havok, Bonded by Blood), etc. 
Robert: I’d go pretty far to get attention, as a new band we need all the attention we can get, but without compromising on any of our ideals. We stand out because we’re combining different metal genres into one band, namely thrash, speed, and power. While bands usually stay in one genre and then might change into another later in life, we hope to do several genres simultaneously.

9. As a metalhead, I guess you enjoy to collect cool metal items. What are your jewels, and are there some demos, lps, eps, cds you are actually looking for? What kind of riffs drive you insane? 
Robert: Most of the albums I’ve wanted, I already have. My favorite riffs are tremolo picked speed metal riffs, like early Metallica and Blind Guardian. The main riffs in “Hit the Lights” and “Majesty” drive me insane. 
Sam: Musical pieces that I have considered significant to me are the beginning riffs in Puppets, pretty much every riff Dimebag Darrel has in Cowboys, Marty Friedman, and Dave Mustaine had written in Rust in Peace, and any of Kerry King's frantic solos.

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

Sam: Outside the band I work as a server/dishwasher and try to hang out with my friends as much as I can. 
Robert: I write action adventure fiction stories that I’m looking to get published. I like keeping up with current international affairs. I go to grad school for Public Administration and work in a live theater.

Closing: Thanks for the interview and for putting us on your compilation CD. Follow us on Facebook and Youtube to keep up with everything the band is doing. We’re going to be releasing a full length studio album in 2015, (Cole is much better at mastering and producing music than Sam and Robert are haha). So stay tuned for a new look on old school style heavy metal from Disorderly Conduct!  

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