1. Who are your influences musically? Since we are a death metal band, mainly we like Cannibal Corpse, Obituary, Vital Remains, Deicide for our general style. We each have our own tastes as well. I know I am into 80s thrash like Slayer, Dark Angel, Destruction and such. I also go for death and black metal as well. Our one guitarist Jerry A.K.A. XVII is into Devil Driver, Dope, Manson and such. The other guitarist Jay is also into 90s death metal such as Cannibal Corpse, Fleshgrind, Deicide, Death, Morbid Angel and such. Our bassist is various metal styles from thrash, death and black metal as well. He likes Death Angel, Incantation, Dark Funeral and such. Our vocalist Chris mainly into dark death metal and a little black metal as well. He goes for Vital Remains, Cannibal Corpse, Deicide, Behemoth and Gorgoroth. We have a common ground but also have individual tastes as well.
2. When did the band begin its quest in music?
I can sum this question along with question 8. We began our quest and formed our band in late 2005. Wev'e been around for a little over 5 years.
3. How did you come up with the band name?
Before Burial Ritual, we named ourselves Toyz in the Cellar after Rats in the Attic. We played more typical basement metal at first but went into death metal. One thing agreed, we needed a death metal name. Our vocalist and guitarist XVII presented the name to me at the time we were a three man group. Chris the vocalist had the idea of rituals what after death procedures of dead bodies and such. Alot of our songs are about these things.
4. Where do you guys practice?
We practice at my house in the basement. Easy for me with having the drums.
5. Are you currently signed to any record label?
No, we don't have a label. Me, I feel the same way Lips from Anvil feels, that labels aren't the same anymore and self release is probably the way to go. But thats just me though.
6. Who are you currently listening to?
Me, I'm listening to Death Leprosy album.
7. Do you have a career outside the music?
Yeah right now I do. We work, need a way to support the band now. We dont make money playing yet.
8. When was the band formed?
Just as I explained in question 2.
9. Have you had any scary moments while on tour?
No. Tour went very smoothly suprisingly.
10. Where is one place you haven't been in the world and would you like to tour there?
To me, Id like to go to Florida, the birthplace of death metal I call it.
11. What would you say has been your most accomplished thing you've done in your life?
The best thing I can say is playing shows outside of our state of Wisconsin. We also got the band to the point of promoters chasing us.
12. What is your favorite track off the album Tower of Silence?
Mine would be Fantasy of Rape. It was a challange writing and playing these insane drum beats but proud of that none the less.
13. Any last questions for me?
If I come up with any questions, I'll ask later on. It was a pleasure informing you about our band.
I have been honored to announce the newest interview with the drummer and only original member left in the band Homicide. Hailing all the way from Chile, Marcelo Power gave me his time and great effort to answer all my questions. This has been a killer interview, and it's very rare you find someone this cool in metal besides the other bands I've actually met in person. Without any further due...READ!
1. Who was the founding member of Homicide?
ONLY I REMAIN SINCE THE FIRST LINE UP BACK THERE IN 1988... A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE BEEN THROUGH OUR LINES BUT YET WE STILL ALIVE AND THAT'S WHAT MATTERS… IT'S DIFFICULT TO MANTAIN 23 YEARS OF WORK, BUT THE HARDEST TIMES HAVE GONE.
2. How did you come up with your band name?
THE NAME...A CLOSE FRIEND SUGGESTED IT AND ALSO DESIGNED THE FIRST HOMICIDE LOGO (THE ONE WITH THE INVERTED CROSS)… IT'S JUST A NAME, IT HAS NO SPECIAL MEANING OR MESSAGE.. FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS IS BETTER IF YOU HAVE A SIMPLE NAME WHICH IS EASIER TO PRONOUNCE AND REMEMBER.
3. What instruments does each member prefer? Example: Fender
WE'VE USED A LOT OF BRANDS.. CURRENTLY WE'RE USING JACKSON, IBANEZ Y BC RICH.. THESE BRANDS WERE CREATED TO PLAY METAL.. IN MY OPINION FENDER IS MADE TO PLAY POP OR FOLK.. OR IF YOU WANT A CLASSIC SOUND.
4. How old are the band members?
I'M 38.. THE REST ARE LIKE 10 YEARS YOUNGER THAN ME HAHAHAHA… BUT I'VE CHOSEN MY MUSICIANS BY THEIR CAPACITY AND NOT THEIR AGE... MUSICIANS ABOUT MY AGE ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THEIR FAMILIES .. I JUST FOCUS ON MY BAND..OF COURSE I WOULD NOT PLAY WITH SOMEONE AGED 20 BECAUSE MAYBE WE'D HAVE A DIFFERENT VISION OF WHAT DEATH METAL AND MUSIC IS.
5. Where do you guys practice?
WE HAVE OUR OWN REHEARSAL PLACE. WE MEET TWICE A WEEK BUT GENERALLY I, WHEN IT'S VERY COLD HERE IN CHILE (LIKE NOW), THERE IS NOTHING LIKE PRACTICE TO GET WARM.. PLAYING ALONG WITH MY FAVOURITE ALBUMS.. IT'S VERY FUNNY AND KEEPS ME IN SHAPE.
6. Where's your favorite place to play out?
AS IT IS USUAL FOR SOUTH AMERICAN BANDS IT'S NOT COMMON TO PLAY OUTSIDE YOUR COUNTRY.. BUT TO HOMICIDE, WHEREVER THE CONDITIONS ARE APPROPIATE TO MAKE A GOOD SHOW, WE'LL BE THERE GIVING THE BEST OF US.
7. Who are your influences?
IN MUSICAL LEVEL ..OLD MALEVOLENT CREATION STUFF.. OLD MONSTROSITY ALBUMS.. ALSO VADER AND BEHEMOTH TOO..AND A LITTLE THRASH METAL OF COURSE SUCH AS SOLSTICE AND DEMOLITION HAMMER
8. How long did it take to write the album "They Work For Me?"
IT TOOK 6 MONTHS IN WRITING THE WHOLE ALBUM AND OTHER 6 MONTHS MAKING THE ARRAGEMENTS AND REHEARSING IT TO MAKE IT AS PLANNED AND WANTED. IT DIDN'T TAKE TOO LONG TO RECORD IT.
9. Do you have a career outside the band?
I HAVE A RECORDING STUDIO WHERE I'M SPECIALIZING IN RECORDING THRASH METAL BANDS.. MINOR PRODUCTIONS LIKE EP'S AND DEMOS.. AND OF COURSE ALL OF HOMICIDE HAS BEEN RECORDED HERE. I ASO WORK WITH OTHER MUSICAL STYLES AS POP OR ROCK, IN GENERAL.
10. How often does the band practice?
AS I TOLD BEFORE AT LEAST TWICE A WEEK, WE REHEARSE MORE IF NECESSARY OR JUST WORKING LONGER HOURS IF WE HAVE SOMETHING TO FINISH OR JUST PREPARE FOR A NEW SHOW.
11. Were any of the band members in previous bands?
SURE. MAURICIO - OUR BASS PLAYER - WAS IN A BAND CALLED 'DEMISSUS' (DEATH METAL) AND A BLACK METAL BAND CALLED 'VEKYGACH', BUT MANY YEARS HAVE PASSED SINCE THAT.. JANO - OUR NEW SINGER - WAS IN A BAND CALLED 'TWILIGHT MIST' WHICH PLAYED A SIMILAR STYLE TO 'OPETH'AND IN PERPETUUM AS WELL. PINCHO - OUR GUITAR PLAYER - WAS JUST PARTICIPATING IN A PERSONAL PROJECT AT THAT TIME. THE RE-INCORPORATED GUITARRIST HAS ONLY PLAYED IN HOMICIDE AS WELL AS ME, BUT I'D HAD SIDE PROJECTS.
12. Why did you choose Death Metal to write?
AT THE BEGINNING, BETWEEN 88 AND 91 WE PLAYED DEATH METAL INFLUENCED BY BANDS LIKE MASSACRA, PENTAGRAM (CHL) OR MORBID ANGEL. AFTER THAT, WHEN HOMICIDE WAS ALREADY MY OWN BAND WE CHANGED TO THRASH METAL, WHICH WE PLAYED FOR ABOUT 10 YEARS. JUST IN 2004 WHEN WE'RE FASTER AND TECHNICAL WE REALISED WE NEEDED A GUTURAL VOICE AND THEN WE SWITCHED TO DEATH METAL AGAIN, IN SPITE I BELIEVE WE KEEP OUR THRASH METAL ROOTS.
13. What is your favorite song your band has written?
HARD QUESTION TO ANSWER... IF LIKE SOMEONE ASKS YOU WHICH IS YOR FAVOURITE SON HAHAHA..ACTUALLY THERE ARE MANY, BUT I CAN TELL YOU PEOPLE LIKE SONGS SUCH AS 'DIE MOTHERFUCKER', 'LET THE CHILDREN COME TO ME'AND 'THOUSAND CUTS'.
14. What was the first Death Metal band you listened to?
MANTAS I THINK, MANY YEARS AGO.. I STARTED LISTENING TO HEAVY METAL IN 1984.. THEN I WENT TO SLAYER AND AFTER THAT CAME BANDS LIKE DEATH, MANTAS, MASSACRE... AND I WAS ATTRACTED BY THIS.. OBVIUSLY WITHOUT LEAVING MY HEAVY METAL PASSION ASIDE... CLASSICS LIKE ACCEPT,SAVATAGE, RAVEN, ANVIL, ETC..
15. Any last words for Underground Noise?
I'D LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR GREAT INTEREST IN HOMICIDE.. ALWAYS WITH GOOD OPINIONS AND NICE COMMENTS TOWARDS US. WE HOPE OUR NEXT ALBUM 'MECHANIZED TORMENTS' BE IN YOUR HANDS SOON AND WE HOPE NOT TO DISSAPOINT YOU... REGARDS TO ALL MY FRIENDS IN U.S.A. (AND THEY'RE A LOT!)..AND THE BEST LUCK WITH UNDERGROUND NOISE..AND FOR YOU BROTHER!!!
LISTEN UP YOU METALHEADS!!! I got in touch with Pablo Escobar of Iconoclast to answer my questions, and if you haven't fucking heard his band yet, then you are all FUCKING GAY!!! JUST KIDDING!!! CHECK THEM THE FUCK OUT!!!! www.reverbnation.com/iconoclastcl
1) How did you come up with your band name?
- At first we were called 'Permafrost' because of our former guitarrist who gave the idea. We worked a little under that name but when new lyrics were created the name had almost nothing to do with them. After Fabian left the band, we changed the name to Iconoclast due to the lyrics' topic and thoughts of the band. Personally, I think it's a strong name which represents the lyrics I write and those who will be written (I already have ideas for upcoming works...)
2) Who are your influences musically?
- Woooah!! A lot of bands... there is many influences here because each one has a different background that influences in our own style as individuals, but generally our music is influences by bands like Death, Exodus, Atheist, Morbid Saint, Demolition Hammer, Heathen, Solstice, Devastation, Mercyful Fate, Revenant, Tenet, to name the most importants.
3) Do you have a favorite song by your band?
- At the moment our favourites are 'Hijo Del Caos' and 'Serpiente Alada' from our first EP. Currently we have 2 favourite new songs that are gonna be included in our first album. As soon as possible we are going to publish rehearsal videos showing advances of the new work.
4) Do you have a job outside of Iconoclast?
- Everyone does! I am a teacher of English (I'm having my degree right now) so I'm working on my thesis and teaching in a language institute as well. Victor (bass) is a publicist and he is in an advertising company of course and Juan Pablo (drums) is a designer and has his own business.
5) Where do you practice at and how often?
- We rehearse in Marcelo's place (Homicide) so we share a lot. We rehearse once a week, 2 hours due to our personal schedule, but we always try to create and improve songs whenever we can.
6) When did you get involved with extreme music?
- I was 11 o 12 when I first listened to the first albums in my life... Death, Cannibal Corpse, Emperor, Carcass, Sodom, Burzum ... then I was so interested that started to listen the most metal I could so I was getting involved with extreme metal (thrash, death, and black) and with the time the feeling was deeper and deeper and now it's part of my life. In fact, I became a musician because of that.
7) How long has Iconoclast been around?
- We've been playing for a year and 9 months... at the beggining we were working in the material for the first EP and since then a couple of little gigs here and now totally focused on the upcoming work we hope to have it ready asap!
8) What type of gear do you use to make your sound?
- Currently: Juan Pablo uses Pearl drums with Zildjian cymbals, his drum is giant!! He uses a lot of toms (now he's using more that in 'Naqoyqatsi') and cymbals as well as he is highly influenced by progressive music. Victor uses a 5-string Washburn Bass (Taurus T-25) and that's it, with his incredible finger skill he makes that sound... and I'm using right now a Jackson Warrior WRXT and a Digitech RP 355 effect with my custom distortion.
9) Do you plan on touring the U.S.A.?
- Big words for a small band dude!! We are eager to play whenever possible and if the option appears be sure we will be there and everywhere we are invited, giving our best and even more.
10) What is your local scene like?
- Chilean and South American metalheads are known because of their extreme passion for metal so here we have a good reception, good opinions and supportive guys who like the music we make. It is great in that scence to have a band here but there is no much support from people in general, music here is not seen as in USA or Europe, as a professional thing. Very sad in that way but it's not a reason to stop doing what we do like.
11) How long did it take to write "Naqoyqatsi" and what does it mean?
- It took about 4 months to write the whole material (in that moment I wasn't a part of the band) and when I arrived to the band there was the music and some lyrics. we soon started to make arragements and do the best with that, wrote some lyrics, adding little things more and in 3 weeks we were ready to record. 'Naqoyqatsi' is an Indian word which means 'Life as War' (it can be interpreted in 2 or 3 more ways but that's we wanted to mean), stating life as a internal and social struggle between ourselves and the world.
12) Where do you see your band 5 years from now?
- Very good actually. In 5 more years we will have at least 3 or 4 recordings to show, more presentations and obviously too much hard work to achieve our goals and aims. I think in 5 years we will be very good and better that we are now.
13) Are you signed?
- We are working with a South American Label/Distro called 'Digmetalworld'. It 's not like a huge record label but we are able to distribute our music there to the USA, Southamerica and parts of Europe. They are great and supportive people and we are happy to be working with them. With time we are going to look for another one if possible, but let's wait for the album first.
14) Have you had interviews before this or is this the first one?
- This is our second interview. We had one in a Chilean website called 'collapse.cl' in which we were asked about our next album at that time. This is the first in English though, for international press.
15) Any last words for Underground Noise?
- Thanks a lot for the great support and interest (especially Al) in our music (and metal in general!) stay true, keep working as you do, we appreciate the chance to talk with you and hope to be in touch soon, you'll get the first word about that album we are working on!! Horns up and cheers!!
Igot a hold of Först Aldst of Antagonized, and he had answered my questions for me. This band hails from Panama and I will tell you, if you DON'T have their only album Intense Perversion; then you definitely need to pick up a copy and show your fucking support for them. Brutal, sick, heavy and this band will leave you chuffed! Without any further due, check this out!! I got lucky to receive a copy from Marcelo Power (drummer) from the band Homicide!
1.)Intense Perversion impressed me very highly, how long did it take to create it?
The recording process started in April 2009 and finished in October 2009 mastering concluded in March 2010.
2.) How long ago did Antagonized begin its journey in music?
Antagonized has existed since December 2006, after I left my first death metal band.
3.) How did you meet your band members?
I knew them when they played on their past bands. Panama is a small city, everybody knows everybody.
4.) Who are your influences?
General Influences for Antagonized come from the Death Metal Old School, Thrash, some of Black Metal and Doom.
5.) Where and how often does the band practice?
In a Studio Called ETC. We normally practice once a week.
6.) Is Intense Perversion your only album?
Yes this is our first album, and we are very proud about it. In the album, drums were made by our friend Alex Marquez. (Ex-Malevolent Creation) That was awesome.
7.) Who would you consider your hero?
Well I must to say that we have admiration into the old school bands that still reign; Malevolent Creation, Hypocrisy, Cannibal Corpse, Slayer.
8.) What is your local scene like?
Unfortunately it is poor, don't have many true metalheads. But there exist some excellent bands like Sargon, Equinoxio, Sehlah and Athica.
9.) What future goals would you like to achieve?
Record our next album, and make some gigs through America.
10.) Is there any place you would like to tour and why?
Chile, because we have many fans there and them buy all of our stuff, we want to go to USA also, Central and South America.
11.) How many metal bands are from Panama besides yours?
I could say 10 bands
12.) Have you ever had interviews before this, or this is your first one?
No, this is not our first one actually. We had some interviews for zines and radio.
13.) What are the ages of the band members?
Between 24 to 36 years old.
14.) Who came up with the band name?
I must to say that it was idea from the first bass player "Manitou".
15.) Any last words for Underground Noise?
Thank you all you guys for your support. Metalheads you can support us buying our Cd Intense Perversion on Ebay, thanks!!
I got in contact with Bestial Desekrator who is the main person in Nocturnal Damnation. Thanks to him answering my questions, I have a DEMO cassette of his bands' music and I must say that it's limited to 200 copies, and no you can't have mine..Mine is number 167..so if you're ready for another interview, here it is!!
1. How long ago did Nocturnal Damnation begin?
Bestial : NOCTURNAL DAMNATION formed in 2010 me(BESTIAL DESKRATOR OF SEXUAL FORNICATIONS AND GOETIC RITUAL) and INFERNAL SAVIOUR OF NUCLEAR ONSLAUGHT AND WARMAGEDDON. His live in BASQUE COUNTRY, SPAIN. We know each other long time ago and I made debut full-length CD from his other band EXTIRPATION. In last year I suggested to him about our new black/death metal band and he agreed!
2. Where do you practice at?
Bestial : Well, It's not easy because Infernal Saviour live in Europe. But I pratice vocal at my home.
3. Who came up with the band name?
Bestial : I made band name! Someday I listened song of PROCLAMATION, came up this name in a momonet.
4. Who are your influences?
Bestial : Our influences by these war cult bands "BLASPHEMY, SARCOFAGO, ARCHGOAT, SADISTIK EXEKUTION, IRREVERENT, BLACK WITCHERY, NAKED WHIPPER, SADOMATOR, GOATPENIS, old BEHERIT, PROCLAMATION, CONQUEROR...."
5. Do you have a career outside of your band?
Bestial : No! We don't have a career in the outside.
6. What is your local scene like?
Bestial : Here is so fucking crap! I don't like posers, wimps, shit trendy!!!!
7. What do you hope to see your band achieve in the next 5 years?
Bestial : Well, we hope continue release or work with this cult labels "NUCLEAR WAR NOW!, HELLS HEADBANGERS RECORDS, IRON BONEHEAD, IRON PEGASUS, KNEEL BEFORE MASTER'S THRONE..."
8. Is there any place you'd like to tour and why?
Bestial : Sure! I wish tour at any place, any countries! It's fantastic experience. For example meet with other bands, maniacs, new foods, new culture...
9. What was the very first instrument you played?
Bestial : For the first time I played at high school band. Then I played classic rock, heavy metal, hair metal like DEEP PURPLE, LED ZEPPLINE, RAINBOW, AC/DC, IRON MAIDEN, JUDAS PRIEST, MOTLEY CRUE, SKID ROW, WHITE LION, RATT, BON JOVI, DEF LEPPARD, GUNS N' ROSES... We did only cover songs, live shows!
10. Are there any more bands from South Korea?
Bestial : Mostly bands play the symphonic gay black, melodic death, metalcore, slam brutal, nu-metal, flower metal, post thrash... Only support shit trendy with celebrated bands!! Fuck away poser, wimps, faggot!!! Of course have a few underground black metal bands but I don't like their sound. Rather, hardcore/punk bands better than metal. Some bands playing old school hardcore/punk!!!
11. What band would you like to play along with onstage?
Bestial : Master of War BLASPHEMY, ARCHGOAT, BLACK WITCHERY, NUNSLAUGHTER, SADOMATOR, BLASPHEMOPHAGHER, PROCLAMATION, DIOCLETIAN, MORBOSIDAD, SABBAT/ABIGAIL(JAPAN), DESASTER...
12. What type of music gear do you use to make your sound?
Bestial : I mentioned influenced music! Only War cult sound.
13. How would you describe your bands music? To me it's like a combination of death metal and black metal.
Bestial : Our music is nuclear war black/death metal! Right! combination of death/black metal but no ZYKLON, MYRKSKOG, New BELPHEGOR, ARKHON INFAUSTUS... sound!
14. Any last words for Underground Noise?
Bestial : Thanks for the interview Al! Blasphemic hails to bestial die-hard maniacs who support the NUCLEAR DAMNATION! 666 Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
I got in touch with Eston Browne (drums/vocals) of Humanity Falls, who are located in New York City and must admit...this band destroys where some have fallen. Enjoy the new interview everyone!
1. Who came up with the band name?
Humanity Falls was created by our original drummer Miguel. He brought the idea of the band name to the table and we had no better names in mind, so we went with this. I inherited it and I came up with a lyrical philosophy for the music we started to compose. However, as time progressed I've learned to inherit it not only as a band name but as a lifestyle. The deterioration of mankind and our civilization is as a much alarming rate these days and I feel as if we should all have a hand in doing whats best to avoid the inevitable demise of our species.
2. Where do you practice at?
We practice in New Jersey. All the other guys are residents of the state and I'm the only New Yorker and lone commuter. It's a bit rough but it's absolutely worth it.
3. Who are your influences?
I listen to a lot of music, so I am inspired by a vast majority of musicians across the world. Some of the strongest influences for drums and vocals being Alex Hernandez (Immolation), Chris Reifert (Autopsy), Mike Smith (Suffocation), Steve Asheim (Deicide), Corpsegrinder Fisher (Cannibal Corpse), Ross Dolan (Immolation), Luc Lemay (Gorguts) and Martin Van Druuen (Pestilence) just to list off the top of my head.
4. What are the ages of the band members?
We all in our 20's with me the youngest member at 22.
5. I heard about your bass player quitting before you got signed, why did he quit?
Well, contrary to what you may have heard, our bassist was asked to leave. He didn't quit and we didn't allow him to. We all felt he wasn't a good match for our music and creatively he was inadequate. Things just weren't clicking with the chemistry either, so that was the final straw.
6. How long has Humanity Falls been around?
Humanity Falls has been around for a little over 3 years. We all got acquainted at the Carcass reunion show back in 2008 and its been that way since. It's a little ironic whenever I get asked this question because Suffocation was the direct support of the Carcass show and our last show in New York, we got chosen by Suffocation to be the opening act and support them and Misery Index.
7. What has been your biggest accomplishment so far?
There are quite a handfull of accomplishments that have happened within Humanity Falls and all of them are pretty significant to where we are today. Going on our first tour for 8 straight days as our first real experience and finally having a label interested in putting out our first recording would be situations that come to my mind almost instantly. This is a big accomplishment because it was a test for the band and we all wanted to meet and exceed the expectations from others and our own expectations of getting out there and being a touring band, playing in venues and towns we've never been before. It was thrilling, for me personally, because we met great people every night and I had an enjoyable time. It was a huge accomplishment because we proved to ourselves and to the people who have us on their radar that we aren't just a no-name local band or a band who's dedicated to everything besides the music. We wanted to expose to people who could watch and listen to us and we've done exactly that so far.
8. Has your band ever had any arguements?
(Laughs) Of course! What band doesn't argue? You just have to understand when playing music and being in a band is that you always have to properly communicate and communicate the proper way so that everyone is aligned and on the same page. That's a very simple task but hard to execute. There's a lot of respect that has to be given to your fellow man to do this efficiently and being selfish, uncooperative in a band causes conflict and is never a good thing. I've had my fair share of arguments and you just live in and learn from the consequences.
10. What makes your band different than most death metal bands?
I would say what makes us different is our approach to the music we've been listening to for so long. We do a lot of the little things most bands overlook and it's enabled us to flourish because of it. An artists work should always invoke the emotion from within the targeted audience and I believe we do that and why we are unique.
11. When your onstage, do you ever see the same people?
Interesting question, but its a cycle. Most people try their best to attend our shows but most of the time we do see the same people when we play. It's a good and bad thing. Luckily, with the more shows that we've done we see a mixture of the same faces and a lot of new ones, too.
12. How often does the band practice?
We normally rehearse one or two times a week, at about 4 to 5 hours each time.
13. Do you have a career outside the band?
I don't have a career but we all work normal jobs to make ends meet and we go to school.
14. Any last words for Underground Noise?
Special thanks to anyone who came to a show, bought merch and listened to any of our music. We've had a lot of ups and downs, that's for sure. I get asked this often, but Humanity Falls will not be doing any shows for the rest of year into 2012. We already have a few shows lined up so be on the lookout for more details. We'll be working and recording and I believe once we return, it will be with full force. No disrespect to the talented guys who contributed to the vicious Humanity Falls sound in the past but I feel once we release what we've been working so hard on, it will be our best offering and will show a lot of maturity on our behalf. Until then, be sure to check us out at http://www.facebook.com/humanityfallsband ,http://ofdivinenature.blogspot.com/ andhttp://www.myspace.com/humanityfallsband and we'll see you at a show soon!!!!