WHITE INDIAN (USA)::::......
at: 19th, March 2014
evolution started with a big emphasis on groove from there
we kept evolving and adding more, such as blast beats and
faster tempos and now we are here with more slams and trying
to keep a balance between that and groove..."
are the most memorable memories would you extract from your
early days as BLASPHEMOUS and how was produced the change of
T- The first taste of black label and another band had the
name Blasphemous. We got The White Indian from the movie
S- Most memorable memory in the early days was starting the
band and wondering where this was going to take us. What
caused us to change the name was we found out that there
were other and better bands named Blasphemous. I remember we
thought of various band names, one I came up with was
Disemboweled Organs, sounds lame now that I look back. One
day my brother, Trell, suggested the name The White Indian
and I liked it cause it was different and unique.
have released 3 demos and 2 EPs so far, how would you define
the evolution through all of them. How differs your newest
songs regarding the older ones?
T- I kept it true to my groove roots then I added slam
elements. With our new songs and older ones more thought is
put into it.
S- Thatís a tough question, our evolution started with a
big emphasis on groove from there we kept evolving and
adding more, such as blast beats and faster tempos and now
we are here with more slams and trying to keep a balance
between that and groove. Our newer songs have more thought
put into and what we ask each other is to write songs that
we would enjoy listen to, our older songs are more groove
based and could hear the sound we were still deciding on.
However the most relevant release in my opinion is your
latest EP ďSexy TimeĒ, great artwork, nice sound, and a
clear production. How has been the feedback and tell me if
you are satisfied with all reviews until now?
T- All the responses have been positive.
S- Thank you! Iíve been very happy with all the reviews
and responses! I wasnít expecting everyone to like the ep
stands behind the ďSexy TimeĒ title? Is there any
special concept or connection between the 5 tracks included
on this release?
T- I made up the title because it was original and it
S- The title came from how all the song titles were all sex
related. There isnít any concept or connection with the
5. I am
curious to know more things about where did you record it?
Did you have any problems in studio and some interesting
details for our readers?
T- We recorded it at Arcane Digital Studios with Ryan
Butler and there was no problems with my recordings.
S- Just like what Trell said, we recorded there and
everything went smoothly, no problems and Ryan was a great
guy and easy to get a long with. Donít know if this is
interesting but we did mess up quite a lot recording Anal
have read you have shared stage with pretty well know bands
such as DEATH ANGEL, PATHOLOGY, HATE ETERNAL, EXHUMED, VITAL
REMAINS. How would you describe these experiences? Any fun
stories, band fights, stage fuckups? Which bands have been
T- Sky fucks up every time I play. It does piss me off.
All the bands weíve played with have been such an honor
and a dream come true. Shit has been amazing these last 4
years from practicing in our momís back yard to play with
some of death metalís legends.
S- The experience to open with bands I listen to has been
surreal and still crazy to believe. Pathology has been the
coolest and extremely friendly to us and no band fights. As
for stage fuck ups one show we did our guitar amp went out
and we had to cancel our set.
your opinion, how much did the death metal scene change
compared to the late '80-s/early '90-s?
T-I wasnít alive back in the late í80ís/early
í90ís, so I canít give a clear answer
S- Back then more bands had a gritty, buzz saw guitar sound
and more thrash elements then evolved to a more heavier,
beefer sound with insanely low gutturals.
do you think about the current Death Metal scene worldwide.
Which are the bands you have the biggest respect for?
T-The bands I have the upmost respect for is the bands
that keep it hunnit and that are always on the grind level,
you know? Always keep it hunnit proof.
S- Itís going strong and seeing a lot of people supporting
the scene. The brutal death scene has some of the
friendliest fans and people Iíve ever met. I donít have
any names in particular but the ones who are helping out
other bands by sharing their music or Facebook pages and
seeing bands reply to their fans.
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.
T- This be the one they call Freak Nasty, a.k.a Brother
Trell, a.k.a Trelly. Thanks to our fans for their constant
support and love; without them, weíre nothing. Sexy Time
is my love child of my fingers and guitars. Remember to keep
it hunnit and slam hard on the Air Force Slam.
you for taking the time for asking these questions, they
were good! Thank you to whoever is reading this and to our
fans, we cannot thank you enough for the support youíve
given us! If you havenít heard Sexy Time it is streaming
on our band camp and you can order a copy directly from us
or Morbid Generationís website! Slam hard or go home!