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Darkflight Interview

mardi 15 août 2017 à 03:10
.1.Can you give us an update on what has been going on with the band since the recording and release of the new album?

Well, after each release we take a long break, I don’t know exactly how long it will take this time, but I feel absolutely empty and my mind will need longer to recuperate and come up with new ideas for music, usually an idea for a concept comes first, a few song titles and then the music takes form gradually. Being a small underground band that doesn’t have to keep up with release date deadlines helps a lot to strive to put the best ideas out, most often it takes years. For me what’s important is the final result to please us, I’m always trying to select the best and lots and lots of average stuff is left out.

2.Recently you have released a new album, how would you describe the musical sound that is presented on the recording and also how does it differ from the stuff you have released in the past?

With “The Hereafter” album I really wanted to get a clearer sound as opposed to our previous “Closure” album, those two are conceptually intertwined, but we took a lot of criticism of the sound being with too much reverb and muddy, so we decided to get it right this time and hopefully we succeeded. I still like a lot the sound of “Closure”, it’s powerful gloomy and absolutely terrifying, but probably it depends on the listeners speakers and obviously it doesn’t sound the same to anyone… also adding some singing parts which we haven’t done in years, I think it’s a positive thing and will surely change the perspective and will help the musical concept to take a better shape.

3. A lot of your lyrics are fantasy orientated, can you tell us a little bit more about your interest in this topic?

Darkflight started as a fantasy metal side project and gradually it turned out to be my main band, I have a deep fascination with this genre and somehow wanted to write a tribute soundtrack to more unknown writers that have in my opinion exceptional books.  Recently the concept changed though, Darkflight’s new topic is the transition to Death and the Afterlife.

4.What is the meaning and inspiration behind the name 'Darkflight'?

“Flitters of the night, spirits dark in flight” – this is a quote from Adam Nichols’s book, "The War of the Lords Veil" which has been the main inspiration for the band’s first demo and album. It just sounded to me so right by that time and it is not so easy to get a name that hasn’t been taken, also my main band back then was called Dreamflight.

5.Currently there are only 2 members in the band, are you open to adding in other members or do you prefer to remain a duo?

So far this is strictly a studio project, unfortunately we couldn’t become a live band through the years, it might have been an interesting thing to see. Actually, I am considering adding a drummer, coz I am not entirely happy with my performance on the last album, giving the drumsticks to more experienced hands would probably make things a lot better.

6.How has the support from Metallic Media, Black Plague Records and Symbol Of Domination been for the new recording?

All these guys are great and we are really thankful that they believed in us again to release our latest record, as it becomes more and more difficult to survive with the declining record sales with extreme music I really think they need ALL the support they can get by spreading the word, checking out their other releases, there are some great hidden gems among them. Keep the UNDERGROUND alive by ordering some stuff!!
It is a funny story, but for some time we thought we were cursed, while we have big periods between the albums and with the downfall of the music industry going on, after each album the label that releases it always collapsed, but we think we broke that curse by having two albums in a row released by BLACK PLAGUE RECORDS.

7.On a worldwide level how has the feedback been to your music by fans of black and doom metal?

Our music has certainly reached many people through the years from many different places and fans of different types of metal. With 17 years behind our back (4 full length albums and an EP) … we’d like to think that we create our own brand of black doom and our music hopefully is easily distinguishable, adding a certain kind of atmosphere and deep meaningful melodies, of course we had both positive and negative feedback, but since we’re still around I guess we’ve been lucky …

8.Are any of the band members currently involved with any other bands or musical projects these days?

I have a sort of a side project with Arsonist from the French black metal band ARS MORIENDI called NOTRE AMERTUME, it’s interesting how international collaboration works, but we have 2 split albums already released with fierce and extreme music… the style is atmospheric depressive black metal and those of you interested should definitely check it out, Milen the new bass player and additional singer has a sort of an alternative rock band called M.R.A.K.

9.Where do you see the band heading into musically during the future?

I am actually pretty excited about the future, the amazing singing voice of Milen into “Threshold of Death” song gives me a confidence that we’ll do great things together and expand the music in ways that I’ve only imagined till now.

10.What are some of the bands or musical styles that have had an influence on your newer music and also what are you listening to nowadays?

I’ll admit I am a big fan of doom metal and all kinds of emotional acoustic music, but I also love and listen to a lot of stuff from the 80s, it seems to me that those years and partially the 70s had a true depth, where everything wasn’t synthetically processed and made with such a profound inspiration and/or even naivety, it seems that those emotions (for the most part) are somehow lost in the digital era. The songwriting process is the thing that is mostly underestimated. I prefer bands now that take more time to compose their albums and it’s so obvious when you hear the result. I can mention well thought doom bands with their latest albums: Shape Of Despair, Saturnus, The Foreshadowing, 40 Watt Sun, Procession, the last Draconian… from the non metal scene recently I enjoy Susanne Sundför. Desperate Journalist, some of the IAMX slow songs are amazing.

11.What are some of your non musical interests?

Exploring nature, especially the Sea, reading a lot of science fiction, fantasy, proper science, even conspiracy books and some sport activities.

12.Before we wrap up this interview, do you have any final words or thoughts?

Thank you for this interview and for the nice words about our last album, for those interested check us out and if the music grabs you, get it in physical form. It’s worth exploring the concept with proper non compressed audio and the booklet in your hands, this is the best way to support us and to see our future albums in physical form.

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Wormwitch/Strike Motal Soil/Naturmacht Productions/2017 CD Review

lundi 14 août 2017 à 04:46

  Wormwitch  are  a  band  from Vancouver  B.C,  Canada  that  plays  a  very  raw  form  of  black  metal  with  some  elements  of  crust  and  black'n'roll  and  this  is  a  review  of  their  2017  album  "Strike  Mortal  Soil"  which  was  released  by  Naturmacht  Productions.

  Acoustic  guitar  playing  starts  off  the  album  before  going  into  a  heavier  direction  which  also  introduces  melodic  guitar  leads  onto  the  recording  along  with  a  brief  use  of  angry  shouts  and  after  awhile  black'n'roll  style  riffing  is  added  onto t he  recording  while  the  vocals  are  mostly  high  pitched  black  metal  screams.

  All  of  the  musical  instruments  on  the  recording  have  a  very  powerful  sound  to  them  while  the  riffs  also  bring  in  a  small  amount  of  melody  at  times  and  when  the  music  speeds  up  a  great  amount  of  tremolo  picking  and  blast  beats  can  be  heard  which  also  gives  the  songs  a  more  raw  feeling.

  Throughout the  recording  you  can  also  hear a   great  mixture  of  slow,  mid  paced  and fast  parts  while  the  solos  and  leads  add  in  a  touch  of  traditional  rock  and   melodic  vocals  can  also  be  heard  on  a  few  tracks  while  the  music  also  mixes  in  elements  of  crust  punk  and  as  the  album  progresses  clean  playing  can  also  be  heard  briefly  and  spoken  word parts  are  added  onto  the  closing  track.

  Wormwitch  plays  a  music  style  that  is  very  heavily  influenced  by  the  Nordic  style  of  black  metal  while  also  mixing  in  some  elements  of  rock'n'roll  and  crust  to  create  a  sound  of  their  own,  the  production  sounds  very  professional  while  the  lyrics  cover  dark  themes.

  In  my  opinion  Wormwitch  are  a  very  great sounding  black  metal  band  with  elements  of  crust  and  rock'n'roll  and  if  you  are  a  fan  of  those  musical  genres,  you  should  check  out  this  band.  RECOMMENDED  TRACKS  INCLUDE  "As Above"  "Even  The  Sun  Will  Die"  "Everlasting  Lie'  and  "So  Below".  8  out  of  10.


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Sacerdos Interview

samedi 12 août 2017 à 02:09
1.Can you give us an update on what is going on with the musical project these days?

As of this summer, Sacerdos has reached an entire decade of existence. By passing that threshold, I can assure all that Sacerdos will remain and has more material to release. Releases will come slowly but surely.

2.How would you describe the musical style of the most recent material?

The attempt to harness the music and translate it into words and/or labels would be detrimental to the experience. One should listen to the song to tap into the "musical style" because its very design is to be an emprise undertaken by the listener.

3.Your lyrics have really went deep into Occultism, Mythology, Philosophy and History, can you tell us a little bit more about your interest and studies in these topics?

Every Sacerdos release is a presentation of what we are studying or have learned. Sacerdos has always strove for a dynamic progression of ideas, studies, and knowledge. In our case, as is the case of many, our ever-constant thirst for knowledge has resulted in a quest for gnosis which can ultimately be found through the study of occultism, mythology, philosophy, and history. Arguably, Sacerdos has a unique history itself; we flushed ourselves of modern societal standards by embracing a nihilist stance which left us as empty shells only to be refilled later with a more pagan approach to existence. Some may call it hypocritical and/or contradictory, but I argue that erasing all modern preconceptions with nihilism only made us more malleable for different ideas later. I would delve more into my personal reconciliation with universalist paganism, but I am saving that for a book that I hope to release later.

4.What is the meaning and inspiration behind the name 'Sacerdos'?

"Sacerdos" simply means "priest" or "the priest" in Latin. When Sacerdos first formed, our primary inspiration for creating music was tied to California's colonial history, when Spanish missions were founded to convert Native Americans to Catholicism and assimilate them into Spanish culture. Though California's missionary history is now a tourist attraction and is whitewashed for the sake of the tourism industry, it in actuality is a very dark narrative. In a way, we wanted an ironic use of the word "priest" to describe our black metal band, which obviously stands as the exact antithesis to Spanish Catholicism. As we've moved toward more thoughtful motives, the name has remained a fitting one as we have become our own priesthood based on occult gnosis. For example, one track on Vibromancy is entitled "Illumined Priesthood of Unveiling," which demonstrates the recurring theme of priesthood but in a different context.

5.Currently there are only 2 members in the band, do you feel this gives you more room to be creative with your musical style?

Yes. Sacerdos is very introspective and has never reconciled well with the intrusion of other people or musical ideas.

6.Recently you where a part of a split with 'At Dusk', how would you compare your musical style to theirs?

U.S.B.M. is often criticized by Europeans for not being imbued with enough culture. I strongly argue otherwise. In actuality, American culture is so transparently fake, antagonistic, greedy, unintelligent, self-centered, and worthless that it makes for great black metal in its angriest and/or most depressive forms. In turn, culture in the United States fuels black metal here and all black metal is some attempt to break from cultural boundaries. This process happens in many different ways: some abandon American morals and laws completely through nihilist black metal (Judas Iscariot, Leviathan, Krieg), some choose the occult to build their own identity in the face of American culture (Absu, Vrolok, Esoterica), some directly attack the American status-quo with Satanism (Von, Kult ov Azazel), and some find solace in nature as an escape from Americanism (Wolves in the Throne Room, Nechochwen, Ashbringer). Regardless of the theme chosen, they all represent the desire to break from American culture and uphold a cultural identity that transcends the American norm. I feel that this aspect is different from other countries, such as Norway, where Norwegian culture and history (like Vikings, the T.N.B.M. movement, writing albums about towns like Bergen, etc.) are embraced. There is a certain form of rebellion and anti-American romanticism to be found in American black metal.

So in turn, to answer the root question, I think the musical style of At Dusk and Sacerdos is different, but in actuality, the root drive to make music remains the same. Though we express ourselves in varying ways, Sacerdos has a distinct connection to At Dusk as we come from a similar background and with the same disenchantment for contemporary society. At Dusk chooses to manifest in its own unique form, whereas Sacerdos presents itself in a completely separate manner, but in actuality, the essence and the core of the musical prowess are the same.

7.Are you happy with the support 'Pacific Threnodies' have given you on the split?

Yes. The label has the potential to become a brilliant collective for like-minded esoteric musicians; something that our area (the Central Coast of California) really needs.

8.On a worldwide level how has the feedback been to your music by fans of black metal?

With a few exceptions, most of the time I am not really sure. Once again, Sacerdos is a very introspective and underground musical project, so in turn I think those who listen to our music and take it seriously are very few. In actuality, we make the music more so for ourselves than anyone else, but we do very much appreciate our few fans and good feedback we've received over the last ten years.

9.When can we expect a full length and also where do you see the band heading into musically during the future?

I am currently working on a full-length that will hopefully be completed by the end of the year. Because Brutus is not involved on this release, I am working out whether or not it should be released as another Sacerdos album or under a new project title. I am a bit torn on this aspect, as it doesn't feel right to release a Sacerdos album without Brutus yet with a new drummer, but the music is clearly a direct continuation of the Sacerdos legacy. More news regarding this release will come soon.

10.What are some of the bands or musical styles that have had an influence on your music and also what are you listening to nowadays?

There are too many to name, and our tastes, influences, and favorites have evolved over the years. Most recently I have been listening to a slew of Absu, Immortal, Rimfrost, Abbath, Bathory, and German thrash bands like Destruction, Kreator, and Sodom. I think these influences will shine through on the upcoming release.

11.What are some of your non musical interests?

There's no real reason anyone should know me personally. I will let the music do the speaking.

12.Before we wrap up this interview, do you have any final words or thoughts?

Nerutet nebt aatet khaa kha em ba en resh khebesu mit en resh!

Frater Cassius of Sacerdos

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Licho/Podnoszenie Cazarow/Malignant Voices/2017 CD Review

samedi 12 août 2017 à 00:13

 Licho  are  a  band  from  Poland  that  plays  a  very  dark,  progressive  and  avant  garde  form  of  black  metal  and  this  is  a  review  of t heir  2017  album  "Podnoszenie  Cazarow"  which  was  released  by  Malignant  Voices.

  A  very  avant  garde  sounding  intro  starts  off  the  album  along  with  some  demonic  laughter and  piano's  and  after  the  intro  the  music  goes  into  a  heavier  direction  along  with  some  dark  sounding  melodies  while  you  can  also  hear  all  of the  musical  instruments  that  are  present  on  the  recording.

  When  guitar  leads  are  utilized  they  are  done  in  a  very  melodic  fashion  while  the  vocals  are  mostly  grim  black  metal  screams  and  when  the  music  speeds  up  a  decent  amount  of  blast  beats  can  be  heard  and  spoken  word  parts  are  also  used  briefly  and  some  songs  also  bring  in  a small  amount  of  clean  playing and  a  couple  of  the  tracks  are  long  and  epic  in  length  and  there  is  also  a  brief  use  of  chanting  as  the  album  progresses  and  all  of  the  songs  stick  to  either  a  slow  or  mid  paced  musical  direction.

  Licho  plays  a  style  of  black  metal  that  is  very  progressive  and  avant  garde  sounding  while  also having  a  raw  and  less  experimental  edge  than  most  bands  of  this  genre, the  production  sound s very  dark  and  raw  while  the  lyrics  are  written  in  Polish  and  cover  Onirism  and  Poetry  themes.

  In  my  opinion  Licho  are  a  very  great  sounding  dark,  progressive  and  avant  garde  black  metal  band  and  if  you  are  a  fan  of  this  musical  genre,  you  should  check  out  this  album,  RECOMMENDED  TRACKS  INCLUDE  "adarte"  and  "Drang".  8  out  of  10.


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Siniestra Interview

vendredi 11 août 2017 à 06:13
1. For those that have never heard of you before, can you tell us a little bit about the band?
Since we started with sinister dating back more than 10 years; we were born in a cold and tiny city in southern Colombia. The desire and hedonism generated by living in the musical world black metal stimulated in me the anxiety to experiment in the construction of an own artistic project, where I was not only subject to listening to what others had created, but also to be able to manifest my own musical concept. From then on, begins the work of structuring and building my sinister language.

Brannagh Bapheker, who at that time was also in the creative process of the band Evil Nerfal, gave me his unconditional support to materialize my musical idea; the provision of space for rehearsal, the loan of some equipment, and especially the musical contribution of Brannagh, have been fundamental in consolidating this project. In 2009 he joined the group, Daemon, who from that time and until the present is highlighted by the mystique and bizarre gestures of their vociferations.

So has the Siniestra architecture, of this symbolic manifestation, which does not pretend to be a "band", but an artistic project offered to immortal death.

2. In September of 2016 you had released a new album, how would you describe the musical sound that is presented on the recording?

If you perceive the sound of Siniestra from the surface, we could describe its stridency, the dynamics of the riffs, harmony, fluctuations in the time management, among others,  but if we look at the whole of the musical proposal and we surpassed the superficiality of the perceptual, we may find that Siniestra does not offer a particular sound, but a language unique and profound.  You can discover a whole speech in the terms of the black metal; what makes the repressed returns, that the unconscious is hereby consent and forward.

3. This was also your first release since the 2010 demo, can you tell us a little bit more about what has been going on during that time period?
After the demo, we were given the opportunity to participate in some events of the local scene black metal, where we were able to deploy live and direct all the host macabre of our music. After that, we had a critical period of instability due to the contingency and laxity of some of the drummers at that time involved with us. This aspect, caused a setback to the intensity of the pace of work to which we were accustomed to.
This period was also used as an opportunity to go to enrich the project Siniestra; devote my efforts to the development of ideas, the composition of other topics, the strengthening of the lyric and the research process.

4. A lot of your lyrics cover Satanism, Darkness and Evil themes, can you tell us a little bit more about your interest in the left hand path?
In the darkness, the black metal has its own dark version of the matter, this without a doubt it is quite difficult to raise, in relation to the fundamental history from where has already been addressed their treatment; among these are: the philosophy, literature, history, mythology, cinema, and of course one of the most elaborate forms of darkness, the politc.
I consider myself an apostate of every discourse alienating and impoverishing of reason. Religions like many other ideologies, are the epicenter of the mental shit. The phagocytes of spirit and reason, still devouring us the head with the ceaseless bombardment of his weapon more powerful, the ignorance.

I consider it a contradiction to refute ignorance from ignorance; following an example, I would say that Satan and Christ are the reverse and the obverse of a single sheet of paper; apparently they are opposites, but if you take a scissors (reason) and cut the blade, what is fissured is a single compound of two faces. There is no substantial difference in venerating the "good" icon or the "evil" icon; In either case he has fallen into the trap. Ignorance is the sine qua non of the exercise of an ideology, of which there is no awareness of being trapped in it. It is not the same to generate a discourse from the unconsciousness of the alienation, to generate it from the consciousness of the rupture. In this sense, Siniestra is a break, a fissure in the dark veil of ignorance.

5. What is the meaning and inspiration behind the name 'Siniestra'?

The Siniestra’s name has its origin in the Freudian concept of the ominous; this elaboration has to do with the obscure closeness of the occult and repressed that appears to the conscience and disturbs us with its horror. Every harrowing habitat that the human psyche engenders is permeated by the determination of the unconscious in its ceaseless becoming. The repressed returns and its advent is perceived by the consciousness as something, Sinister.

6. What are some of the best shows that the band has played so far and also how would you describe your stage performance?
The experience lived in the show where we share stage with the Polish band Besatt, is something to emphasize. The show with Tohrnspawn, was also an event to highlight. To me in particular, it brings good memories to me the first show realized for the local scene where we released our music for the first time.

With regard to our staging, I could say that nothing more classic and simple; we focus on the interpretation of our music and nothing of babblings.

7. Do you have any touring or show plans for the future?

Of our part there is no plan, if any proposal arises we will simply decide.

8. According to the fb page the band is signed to 'Iron Goat Commando', can you tell us a little bit more about this label?

This label supports the production of extreme music projects locally and globally. Its leader stands out for the seriousness and commitment with the acts in this path.

9. On a worldwide level how has the feedback been to your music by fans of black metal?

I think that the black metal we make, is not known enough globally to give a truthful answer about it. As for the Colombian scene, I could say that there has been great welcome and receptivity with the music of Siniestra.

10. Where do you see the band heading into musically during the future?

Creation is my present, what I do at the musical level is in the order of happening. As I put it in another answer; more than a band, Siniestra is an artistic project whose medium of expression is black metal. All artistic work generates cathartic effects, both in who creates it and in who receives it. In this sense, I create my music to consummate my catharsis in the future from the present; that's what I do with what I do. There is no future between the walls of my coffin!

11. What are some of the bands or musical styles that have had an influence on your music and also what are you listening to nowadays?

In my music influences the world black metal, my personal history and art in general; books, cinema, painting and other forms, are an essential content that influences me flow

12. Before we wrap up this interview, do you have any final words or thoughts?

A greeting to the world scene that appreciates extreme music. And thank you for giving us the space to participate in your magazine.

Vlad Siniestro.

1. Para aquellos que nunca han oído hablar de usted antes, ¿nos puede decir un poco sobre la banda?
Desde que iniciamos con Siniestra datan algo más de 10 años; nacimos en una gélida y minúscula ciudad del sur de Colombia. El deseo y hedonismo generado por el habitar en el mundo musical black metal, estimuló en mí la inquietud por experimentar en la construcción de un proyecto artístico propio, donde no solo estuviera sujeto a escuchar lo que otros habían creado, sino también poder manifestar mi propio concepto musical. De ahí en adelante, empieza el trabajo de estructuración y edificación de mi siniestro lenguaje.
Brannagh Bapheker, quien por ese entonces también estaba en el proceso creativo de la banda Evil Nerfal, me brindó su apoyo incondicional para materializar mi idea musical; el facilitar los espacios para ensayo, el préstamo de algunos equipos, y sobre todo el aporte musical de Brannagh, han sido fundamentales a la hora de consolidar este proyecto. En el año 2009 se incorporó al grupo, Daemon, quien desde entonces y hasta el presente se destaca por la mística y bizarra gesticulación de sus vociferaciones.
Así se ha gestado la arquitectura Siniestra, de esta manifestación simbólica, que no pretende ser “banda”, sino un proyecto artístico ofrecido a la inmortal muerte.  

2. En septiembre de 2016 liberaron un nuevo álbum, ¿cómo describirías el sonido musical que se presenta en la grabación?
Si captamos el sonido de Siniestra desde la superficie, podríamos describir, su estridencia, la dinámica de los riffs, su armonía, las fluctuaciones en el manejo del tiempo, entre otras, pero si analizamos el conjunto de la propuesta musical y sobrepasamos la superficialidad de lo perceptual, podemos encontrar que Siniestra no ofrece un sonido en particular, sino un lenguaje singular y profundo. Donde se puede descubrir todo un discurso en los términos del black metal; que hace que lo reprimido retorne, que lo inconsciente se haga consiente y se transmita.

3. Este también fue su primer lanzamiento desde la demo de 2010, ¿puedes decirnos un poco más sobre lo que ha estado sucediendo durante ese período de tiempo?
Después de haber lanzado el demo, se nos dio la oportunidad de participar en algunos eventos de la escena local black metal, donde pudimos desplegar en vivo y en directo toda la hueste macabra de nuestra música. Luego de esto, tuvimos un periodo crítico de inestabilidad debido a la contingencia y laxitud de algunos de los bateristas que en ese entonces militaban con nosotros. Este aspecto, provoco un traspié a la intensidad del ritmo de trabajo al cual estábamos habituados.
Ese lapso fue aprovechado para ir enriqueciendo el proyecto Siniestra; dedique mi esfuerzo a la elaboración de ideas, la composición de otros temas, el fortalecimiento del proceso lirico y la investigación.  

4. Algunas de sus letras abarcan temas de Satanismo, Oscuridad y Mal, ¿puedes decirnos un poco más sobre tu interés en el camino de la mano izquierda?
En cuanto a la oscuridad, el black metal tiene su versión oscura del, este tema sin lugar a duda es bastante espinoso de plantear, con relación a él existen antecedentes fundamentales desde donde ya se ha abordado su tratamiento; entre estos encontramos: La filosofía, la literatura, la historia, la mitología, el cine, y por su puesto una de las formas más elaboradas de oscuridad, la política.
Me considero un apostata de todo discurso alienante y empobrecedor de la razón. Las religiones al igual que muchas otras ideologías, son el epicentro de la fecalidad mental. Los fagocitadores del espíritu y la razón, siguen devorándonos la cabeza con el incesante bombardeo de su arma más omnipotente, la ignorancia.
Considero un contrasentido refutar la ignorancia desde la ignorancia; siguiendo un ejemplo, diría que satanás y cristo, son el reverso y el anverso de una misma hoja de papel; aparentemente son opuestos, pero si tomas una tijera (la razón) y cortas la hoja, lo que se fisura es un solo compuesto de dos caras. No hay diferencia sustancial en venerar al icono del “bien” o al icono del “mal”; en cualquiera de los casos se ha caído en la trampa. La ignorancia es la condición sine qua non del ejercicio de una ideología, de la cual no se tiene conciencia de estar atrapado en ella. No es lo mismo generar un discurso desde la inconciencia de la alienación, a generarlo desde la conciencia de la ruptura. En este sentido, Siniestra es rompimiento; una fisura al oscuro velo de la ignorancia.

5. ¿Cuál es el significado y la inspiración detrás del nombre 'Siniestra'?
El nombre de Siniestra tiene su origen en el concepto Freudiano de lo ominoso; esta elaboración, tiene que ver con la obscena proximidad de lo oculto y reprimido que asoma a la conciencia y nos perturba con su horror. Todo hábitat angustiante que el psiquismo humano engendra, esta permeado por la determinación del Inconsciente en su incesante devenir. Lo reprimido retorna y su advenimiento es percibido por la conciencia como algo, siniestro.

6. ¿Cuáles son algunos de los mejores shows que la banda ha tocado hasta ahora y cómo describirías su puesta en escena?
La experiencia vivida en el show donde compartimos escenario con la banda polaca Besatt, es algo para resaltar. El show con Tohrnspawn ,también fue un acontecimiento para destacar. A mí en particular, me trae buenos recuerdos el primer show realizado para la escena local; donde dimos a conocer nuestra música por primera vez.
Con relación a nuestra puesta en escena, podría decir que nada más clásico y sencillo; nos enfocamos en la interpretación de nuestra música y nada de palabrerías.      

7. ¿Tiene alguna gira o planes de espectáculos para el futuro?
De parte nuestra no hay ningún plan, si surge alguna propuesta simplemente decidiremos.

8. Según la página Facebook la banda está firmada con 'Iron Goat Commando', ¿puede decirnos un poco más sobre este sello?
Este sello, apoya en la producción de proyectos de música extrema a nivel local y global. Su líder, se destaca por la seriedad y compromiso con el actúa en esta senda.

9. En un nivel mundial ¿cómo ha sido la retroalimentación a su música por los fans de Black Metal?
Considero que el black metal que hacemos, no se conoce lo suficiente a nivel mundial como para emitir una repuesta veraz al respecto. En cuanto a la escena colombiana, podría decir que ha habido gran acogida y receptividad con la música de Siniestra.

10. ¿Dónde ves que la banda se dirige musicalmente durante el futuro?
La creación es mi presente, lo que hago a nivel musical está en el orden del acontecer. Como lo exprese en otra de las respuestas; más que una banda, Siniestra es un proyecto artístico, cuyo medio de expresión es el black metal. Toda obra artística genera efectos catárticos, tanto en quien la crea como en quien la recibe. En este sentido, yo creo mi música para consumar mi catarsis en lo sucesivo del presente; ahí acontezco con lo que hago. ¡No hay futuro entre las paredes de mi ataúd!

11. ¿Cuáles son algunas de las bandas o estilos musicales que han influido en su música y qué estás escuchando hoy en día?
En mi música influye el black metal mundial, mi historia personal y el arte en general; los libros, el cine, la pintura y otras formas, son un contenido esencial que influye en mí fluir.

12. Antes de concluir esta entrevista, ¿tiene alguna palabra o pensamiento final?
Un saludo a la escena mundial que aprecia la música extrema.
Y a ustedes gracias por brindarnos el espacio de participación en su revista.  
a palabra o pensamiento final?

Vlad Siniestro.

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