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These are things I never speak about on purpose in my songs. They all appear partially as logical lyrical elements and partially as “the right image to fill in the gap.” The idea of angels also has some magic for me… it is not easy to explain, but humans who are not humans, servants with the powers of gods are somehow attractive… I think there is something more in this idea than meets the eye...
Our idea was to combine emotional vulnerability with a sense of overwhelming spiritual strangeness. Listening to our music should be like trying to absorb some uncomprehensible alien religion. But the strangeness should subside soon, too, and leave the listener with the feeling that he has made himself a new, bizarre, comforting friend.
Whilst a lot of modern music seems to have an occult / philosophical side, there seems to be something again that sits aside of that. There is various musical genres, some of them dark, but overlaid over most genres is an 'occult music genre', which isn't a sound in itself. So whilst I don't think it is a requirement of contemporary 21st century music.
The whole [noise and power electronics] scene just exploded with so many talentless boring copycats that sounded all the same. Every clown with a computer/soundcard started their own labels and bands and just flooded the scene. This, together with the evolution of my skills as a "composer" has made me...
I try to not be too direct in my lyrics to keep some secrets... writing a song always means being very, very honest to myself. To think about a problem in a relationship often leads to conclusions which can be generalized easily for life itself. What I am trying say is take a step back and open your eyes for the whole thing, realize your own needs and weaknesses and start to understand your opposite..
We don't mean to doubt the existence of a paradise. This would mean a very sad life. What should we seek for, what should we look for if not for a paradise? I just don't see this perfect place as the Garden of Eden which is described in the Bible. For me it's not a place which can only be reached by fixed rules and guidelines and by being all good all the time.