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I think, at least, you could use noise to intentionally damage your own DNA. This has been done with lab rats- exposure to 100db + noise for 12 hours or so was enough to seriously wreck their DNA's integrity. So it's up to the individual whether or not they would want to do something like that! If you feel that your genetic code is driving you towards an unsatisfying and miserable life...
Moreover I appreciate the fact that Tirol is rich in mystic, legend breathing and, thus, inspiring places. Actually we are grasping an acoustic guitar and play in free nature now and again, which is a deeply satisfying experience every time. When playing my wooden guitar in the midst of the woods I receive certain profound vibes.
I do put lot of effort into arrangement, but I don't try to pretend we're doing the most innovative, challenging music ever. I like good pop tunes, but I also like things other people call "difficult listening.” We often try to do both at the same time or meet somewhere in the middle. I suppose that's the thing some people find daunting about us, that we usually refuse to let them have it one way or the other. We're neither pure commercial pop songwriters, nor stodgy underground experimentalists.
I really believe that if you want to capture a certain atmosphere, it's most effective to be as direct in your approach as possible. If I want something to sound claustrophobic, I just go to a place I find claustrophobic and make a recording.
A part what is in our nature is being proud of what our forefathers did. They created the world where we live in now. My freedom is given to me by them. And I like the pre-Christian Germanic history the most. The culture, the politics and their believes. So I like to sing about it. A lot of people are ashamed of our Germanic forefathers. If you honour them then you are a nazi.
Somehow I have a strong relationship with religion. I was brought up completely atheistic. I didn’t have to deal with dogmatic, religious morals and codes. But yet I felt that religion was somehow necessary to survive.
That’s quite a tough and abstract question. Like I said, all three of us hold differing beliefs and this is true of the concept of Satan. I can only speak for myself and I think ‘adversary’ is a good way to sum up what I feel regarding the subject, also, to me, ‘Satan’ is a divine...