at: 14th, January 2014
""I think that a stabilized thrash scene is not an important advantage, I prefer to see it as an extra chance to make it big. I believe that the most important valour for a band is to have a distinctive characteristic, particular pieces, something that let you get the power of the band."
a relatively young band, could you tell us who decided to
found this and why reason you focused on thrash metal?
emerged between February and March 2013. The idea to arrange
this band grow up of Daniel mind, with the aim to express
what he felt about music. So he decided to get in touch with
an old friend, Mattia Amodeo, band bassist. They got excited
about that project, finding, right away, a drummer, Carlo
Maira. So the band was ready to compose. We decided to
focuse our music on thrash metal because of the fast
percussive beats and riffs, and the important and living
have recorded a 3tracks EP, I would like to know what kind
of feedback you got so far and if you got a fanbase
Our work is
appreciated both in Italy and abroad, especially thanks to
internet that has played the important role of spreading our
music. We got a positive feedback from South America,
Eastern Europe and Asia, but also a good possibility of
playing in front of a live audience in Asia and Europe. Even
if we were compelled to refuse, we are so happy that our
music is going so far. Surely there is still much to do, but
who has already paid attention to our EP, is waiting for the
next album, keeping informed on our live. We can be proud of
you manage to transfer the violence and force of your Thrash
Metal on stage? What is the special thing on a Inner Hate
The best way
possible to transfer the violence and force of our thrash
metal is to get on the stage and spread what we really feel
to the audience. There is something special in the band, its
the wholeness, that make us feel as we were one, a shock
wave full of hate.
are your thoughts on current Thrash Metal, or Metal for that
matter? What is your opinion on the newer age of metal
belong to the newer age of metal, even if we are interested
to the old school scene (how emerge from our songs). The
current thrash metal is a raising diffusion process, in fact
there are a lots of great new bands. "Personally I am
open to the new kinds of metal, like numetal, metalcore,
but I think that the new successful bands are just a media
event and an aesthetic process. This is not METAL for
is a country with a big thrash scene with lots of bands
everywhere, Do you find it a advantageous playing thrash
metal in a country with well established scene?
Italy has a big thrash scene with a lots of legendary bands like Schizo, Bulldozer, Necrodeath, that were able to value the Italian flag. Above all that there are other great bands, but maybe with a low visibility. "I think that a stabilized thrash scene is not an important advantage, I prefer to see it as an extra chance to make it big. I believe that the most important valour for a band is to have a distinctive characteristic, particular riff, something that let you get the power of the band."
6. I am really fascinated by your compositions culminating step by step with their very fresh atmosphere full of
varied riffs and melodies. Could you tell me something about the process of making these vigorous songs? What kind of composing is more congenial and inspirative for you?
am glad that you like it. During the composition I try to
put together different features, such as melody, force, but
at the same time I try to spread more and more emotions.
Then everyone add something special in the piece. The result
is what we call 'Inner Hate'."
from that you are musician, are you also collector of music
releases? If yes, what is possibly biggest gem in your
I like so much collecting music releases and also
discovering new bands. Everytime that I go to a concert I
buy cd or tshirt of the band that has played that night. I
think that the biggest gems in my collection are the first
publishing of old black and thrash metal bands of the 90s,
some found and some inherited, but now difficult to find.
Anyway I have to say that all my collection is a gem for
music format do you prefer the most; vinyl, CD, or
cassettes? Do you think it is really good to release one
album in these three mentioned formats?
used to buy all these 3 different format, but I think that
vinyl and cassettes are so fascinating and when the time
runs on they became real relics. This is the reason why if I
record an album I will publish it also in this
nontraditional formats, because in this way it became more
are some of your interests, occupations and hobbies outside
of composing/playing music?
is so important in my life, almost essential. Always I used
to listen and compose music in my free time. Apart from
music I like playing sport, football and rugby. I usually
play football with other musicians, in fact we have arranged
a team, the so called 'metal team. The uniform is totally
black, you just need to put a Maiden t shirt on! Anyway
there is nothing competitive in our match, we play just for
would you consider the hardest part about playing in an
think that the hardest part to play in an Underground band
is to take wing with own hands, because the economic aspect
is so important to be known. But when you get what you need
just with your hands, you feel strong and satisfied.
"Anyway you have the opportunity of meeting other
musicians, so it became something like an underground
we near the end of this interview, might you have anything
else that you'd like to mention that mayhaps I may have
are working on the first full lenght. I hope it will
released by 2014. Anyway, let's support metal and
underground band. Spread your 'Inner Hate' to the world with