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......::::GOREFIELD (Australia)::::......
Date: 06th, Decemberr 2013
(Answers by BJ - Bass )
 

 

This is a pretty young group of guys playing thrash metal, I see very talented boys with such great things to tell us. So I hope you enjoy the answers, just as I did.  

1. Hello bro, GOREFIELD is a rather young band, I would like to know how has been the development since 2011 to now, have you reached good goals?

Hey man! Yeah well I’m the oldest (Bj) of the three members and I turn 21 in June, but hey just because we are young doesn’t mean we suck. Looking back on everything we have done now, I’m over the moon with how far we have gotten all by ourselves. I guess our goals were to take the band as far as we can and we ain’t planning on stopping anytime soon. It’s more exciting about what might happen in the upcoming years.

2. Have you got any influences in music? What do you think about the current Thrash Metal scene worldwide.

We have tonnes of influences, from thrash to 80’s pop to jazz, you name it. We consider ourselves musician’s before anything else. Man there are so many rad bands popping up all over the place, especially in Australia. Bands like Asylum, Malakyte and Desecreator are so ridiculous, it’s so sweet we get to gig with them. As for the rest of the world, it seems everyone is really getting into the crossover thrash stuff, which is cool I guess, bands like Toxic Holocaust and Municipal Waste are really making a name for themselves and gaining worldwide recognition, its so rad.

3. Talking about modern kinds of metal appearing lately. What do you think of trends in general?. Do you think that old school thrash and Death Metal can once become some sort of trend as well???

I guess it’s easier to follow/like what everyone else does, but where’s the heart in that? I truly think that the old school stuff is coming back, I think everyone is getting bored with this Breakdown/Fightdancing crap that gives Heavy Metal such a bad name. Especially on an international level, bands like Enforcer, Cauldron and the mighty SKULLFIST are all about the old school sound and they are all killing it overseas.

4. I am curious to know more things about your debut CD. Tell us something about the main idea of the 7 tracks. Where did you record?

We recorded the album at Tall Poppies Studios in Brisbane at the end of 2012. Due to our budget we had everything done in under a week, speedy hey? There isn’t really a common theme across the album, the majority of the tracks are about emotional confrontations Kurt (he wrote all the lyrics) and the rest of the band went through. For example, the track ‘Love Thy Enemy’ is about when Kurt and our manager Marcus were heading home after a night of boozing and got jumped by six asshats, luckily they were both relatively ok. But the one track that is really unique would be the title track “As Dawn Bleeds The Sky..” which tells the tale of some badass dude hunting down some pissed off dragon who killed his village. We actually have this really rad girl who’s drawing up a comic for that song, she’s showed us a few pages, it’s the coolest thing I have ever seen.

5 One remarkable point is the illustrations on the frontcover, can you tell us about this drawing and the entire concept on this scenary?

The art was done by Andrei Bouzikov, who has also done art for bands such as SkeletonWitch, Cannabis Corpse, Toxic Holocaust and Muncipal Waste just to name a few. It sort of relates to the albums title track but is a little different. The concept is pretty much a pissed off Metal head who decided to grab his dragon and go burn down suburbia, if you look closely he’s killing all the business man. DOWN WITH SUITS! aha

6. You seems to be a very active live band. Can you share with us the funniest or most unpleasant situation that ever happened on your gigs? 

hahaha man we have a lot of these, one of the most unpleasant for me was after the battle of the bands we played years ago, this guy came up and punched me in the face, security had him out of there before I could do anything, not that I could anyway, I cant fight for shit aha. But I guess I had it coming, I did get with his girlfriend haha. I also got my hair stuck in Kurts headstock in Sydney, that hurt like shit ahhaa. Its always nerve racking when we do the totem pole (when Kurt sits on my shoulders and we play) especially when im hungover, im like shit shit can I hold his weight shit! Haha but luckily we’ve mastered it every single time!!

7. How is the Metal-scene in Australia right now for you guys? Are you getting the gigs and exposure you think you deserve? 

The Metal scene down here seems to be kicking ass, as I named earlier, there are so many badass bands all over the place. To name some more, Mason, Silent Knight, Elecktrik Dynamite, LORD, Elm Street, fuck there’s too many to name. the best thing is, they are all really rad people aswell, everyones so supportive of each other, it’s a real honor to be apart of this scene. The world also needs more promoters like Dave Balfour from Metal Evilution, that man is far to cool and he’s done so much for us!

8. OK, please define thrash metal with your own words, and if death metal was a beer, which one would it be? 

Hmmm ok, I guess Thrash Metal for me is something I grew up with and was always there for me, so its importance to me is pretty extreme. IF DEATH METAL WAS A BEER! Now that is a question. Hmmmm definetly not a pale ale, something a bit darker. Maybe Guiness, or Coopers red, that shits dangerous. How cool would it be if cannibal corpse had their own tequila but instead of a scorpion they had like a fetus or something hahahaaha, man that’s fucked up.

9. Well, my pal, that´s all for now, thanks a lot for your co-operation. I hope you enjoy this interview.. Some words you like to add?

No way man thanks for giving us this interview, this bad boys are always fun, I hope people enjoy them. YES I DO, our album is now officially available digitally on Itunes, Spotify thanks to our newly signed label New Justice Records and physical copies are available worldwide on our Bigcartel, so go crazy haha!

 

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