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Interviews
Caina Interview; The King Beneath

I'm personally fascinated by the relationship between the internal and natural landscapes - the way in which we respond to nature. A couple of years ago my father and I drove up to the Scottish Highlands, and there was a point about 50 miles away from Fort Augustus that was so utterly incredible it has stayed with me even though I took no pictures, made no notes.

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Phragments Interview; We are all Beasts

Firstly I am always trying not to say too much – that’s why the booklets of my releases contain only small amounts of information that might push the listener into a certain direction or give him/her clues.

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Abigor Interview; Cold Void Choir

We did not change, the deal with Napalm Records was over, and they ripped us off for a few years, so it was time for a dedicated label that suits perfect to ABIGOR: END ALL LIFE! So far we only got positive reaction on our choice, EAL have a good name, a good distribution...

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Topheth Prophet (Uri Shaham) Interview; Unholy Noise from the Holy Land

In a way I did. In other aspects I didn't. My original idea was to introduce the Israeli scene to the outside world and to support the scene by promoting events and releasing local artists. I think these two were achieved in many ways. However my personal vision of how Topheth Prophet should act and how experimental music should be produced and promoted have changed many times and are still changing.

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Trelldom (Gaahl) Interview; In Memory...

It everything I want to represent. With this album, it is a necessity of  patience, the remembrance of one.

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Dead Man's Hill Interview; Humanity Lies Buried

The Moon lay hidden was especially in the beginning, and only 'cause I wanted to go a bit to that direction concerning the atmospheres the band created.  Concerning In Slaughter Natives: I'm already for more than 10 years totally impressed by his music.

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Der Blaue Reiter / Narsilion Interview; Catalonian Majesty

We are big fans of ancient instruments and, of course, we have always commented the possibility of doing something only with these types of instruments. Unfortunately, right now it is impossible for we, literally, have not time left from our other projects.  What I can comment is that, for some time, we have been working on developing our sound towards the possibility of introducing...

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Indigo Larvae Interview; Following the Path of Death

Oh yeah! i love it. we have dozens of old romanic and gothic churches and cathedrals here...and i love the mood and the shiver. the point is: look at gothic music. why is it so successful? it is an escape from reality in a more ideal romantic world.

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Hailstorm Interview; Black Metal is Dead

Taking any "scene" as a foundation for contacts, there are no ties, no friendships or even interests in maintaing such things. Hailstorm stands alone and isolated by decision and will. Black Metal (as I used to know it) is dead, and 99 per cent of the Black Metal "scene" in its present state is nothing but a disguise for weak human worms that have to hide...

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Nimheil Interview; Behold, the Infocalypse!

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.

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