Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Anhedonist Interview


1. Can you give us an update on what is going on with the band these days?
We are currently writing new material, as always. Not much else to speak of at the moment.


2. How would you describe the musical sound of the new release and how it differs from previous recordings?
The new album is more focused and to the point, though the composition is a bit more varied. The new album does a better job of capturing the atmosphere we were trying to attain on "The Drear."



3. What are some of the lyrical topics and subjects the band explores with the music?
Hate, isolation, and disgust. The flight from the physical realm. Death. Psychosis. Pain.


4. What is the meaning and inspiration behind the bands name?
One who is incapable of experiencing pleasure. It was only appropriate considering the subject matter and intent of the band.  


5. What are some of the best shows that the band has played so far and how would you describe your stage performance?
Our previous Decemeber tours were excellent. An accurate description of our live performance would be better left to someone who has seen us, hard to gauge while performing as we are generally somewhere else mentally.

6. Do you have any touring plans for the new release? 
Yes, but nothing that can be announced currently. Nothing outside of the West Coast is set for this year. We have a couple local shows with Aldebaran in April.


7. On a worldwide level how has your music been recieved by fans of doom and death metal?
We wouldn't be the best judges of the reception of our releases. We did trade a fair amount of the demo cassettes abroad however. Labels and distros we quite supportive, and Parasitic did rerelease the demo on vinyl shortly after we sold out. Supose it was pretty well recieved all in all. 

8. Are there any other projects besides this band or is this a full time line-up?
This is the main band for all four of us, though we do have a few other projects, nothing with recorded material yet however.


9. What direction do you see your music heading into on future rleases?
Further down, exploring the torturous depths which spawned this band to begin with.


10. What are some bands or musical styles that have influenced your music and also what are you listening to nowadays?
Old death and doom metal. We all listen to a wide variety of things though, truly too much to list.


11. Outside of music what are some of your interests?
Our personal interests are not terribly relevant to the band itself.


12. Any final words or thoughts before we wrap up this interview?
Thanks much to the interview. Respect to all who have put us up, played with us, or booked us a show and to everyone who has shown us support in general.


Friday, March 23, 2012

Unfold/Cosmogon/Domino Music/2012 CD Review


  Unfold  are  a band  from  Switzerland  that  plays  a  very  heavy  combination  of  sludge,  doom  metal  and  post  hardcore  and  this  is  a  review  of  their  2012  album  "Cosmogonn" which  was  released  by  Domino  Music.

  Drums  range  from  slow  to  mid  paced  drumming  with  not  much  in  the  way  of  fast  playing  or  blast  beats,  while  the  synths  when  they  are  utilized  bring  a  very  dark  and  atmospheric  sound  to  the  music  along  with  some  distorted  avant  garde  noise  effects,  as  for  the  bass  playing  it  has  a  very  strong  and  powerful  tone  with  riffs  that  dominate  throughout  the  recording.

  Rhythm  guitars  range from  slow  to  mid  paced  riffing t hat  combine  elements  of  sludge,  doom  and  post  hardcore  together  with  a  good  amount  of  heavy  distortion  and  clean  playing   and  there  are  little  to  no  guitar  solos  or  leads  present  on  this  recording.

  Vocals  from  from  growls,  sludge  style  screams  and  clean  singing,  while  the  lyrics  cover  dark  themes,  as  for  the  production  it h as  a  very  strong,  powerful,  heavy  and  professional  sound  to  it  ans  you  can  hear  all  of  the  musical  instruments  that  are  present  on  this  recording.

  In my opinion  Unfold  are  a  very  great  sounding  sludge/doom/noise/post  hardcore  hybrid  ad  if  you  are  a  fan  of  this  style,  you  should  check  out  this  band.  RECOMMENDED  TRACKS  INCLUDE  "Hemere"  and  "Hexhedron".  RECOMMEDNED  BUY.   

Diseim/Holy Wrath/Abyss Records/2012 CD Review


  Diseim  are  a  band  from  Latvia  that  plays  a  mixture  of   doom,  death  and  thrash metal  and  this  is  a  review  of  their  2012  album  "Holy  Wrath"  which  was  released  by  Abyss  Records.

  Drums  range  from  slow,  mid  paced  to  fast  drumming  with  some  blast  beats  being  thrown  into  the  music  at  times,  while  the  bass  playing  has  a  very  strong  and  powerful  tone  with  death/thrash  metal  riffs  that  dominate  thoughout  the  recording.

  Rhythm  guitars  range f rom  slow,  mid  paced  to  fast  riffs  that  combine  old  school  death  and  doom/death  metal  with  thrash  metal  and  there  are  little  to no guitar  solos  or  leads  present  on  this  recording.

  Vocals  range  from  deep  death  metal  growls  and  high  pitched  screams with  some  spoken  word  samples  being  thrown  in  at  times,  while  the  lyrics  cover  dark,  occult  and  anti  religion  themes,  as  for  the  production  it h as  a  very  dark,  heavy,  powerful  and  professional  sound  to  it  and  you  can  hear  all  of  the  musical  instruments  that  are  present  on  this  recording.

  In my  opinion  Diseim  are  a  very  great  sounding  doom/death/thrash  metal  hybrid  and  if  you  are  a  fan  of  this  style,  you  should  check  out  this  band.  RECOMMENDED  TRACKS  INCLUDE  "Holy  Wrath"  "Sinner"  and  "Witch".  RECOMMENDED  BUY.

Anhedonist/Netherwards/Dark Descent Records/2012 CD Review


  Anhedonist  are  a  band  from  Seattle,  Washington  that  plays  a  very  heavy  and  brutal  form  of  doom/death  metal  and  this  is  a  review  of  their  2012  album  "Netherwards"  which  was  released  by  Dark  Descent  Records.

  Drums  range  from  slow,  mid  paced  to fast  drumming  with  some  blast  beats  being  thrown  in  at  times, while  the  bass  playing  has  a  very  dark  tone  with  riffs  that  follow  the  riffing  that  is  coming  out  of  the  guitars  and  at  times  they  have  a  very  powerful  sound  to them.

  Rhythm  guitars  range  from  slow,  mid  paced  to  fast  riffs  that  combine  the  heaviest,  most  brutal  and  darkest  elements  of  doom  and  death  metal  together  with  a  brief  use  of  clean  playing  while  the  lead  guitars  are  very  primitive  sounding  doom/death  metal  guitar  solos  and  leads,  as  for  the  acoustic  guitars  which  are  only  used  on  the  last  song  they  use  finger  picking  to  enhance  the  darkness  of  the  music.

  Vocals  are  all  deep  death  metal  growls  with  some  high  pitched  screams  as  well  as  a  brief  use  of  clean  singing  chants,  while  the  lyrics  cover  very  dark  themes,  as for  the  production  it  has  a  very  dark,  heavy  and  powerful  sound  to  it  which  is  perfect  for  the  songs  which  are  very  long  and  epic  length.

  In  mu  opinion  Anhedonist  are  a  very  great  sounding  heavy  and  brutal  doom/death  metal  band  and if  you  are  a  fan  of  this  style,  you  should c heck  out  this  band.  RECOMMENDED  TRACKS  INCLUDE  "Saturnine"  and  "Inherit  Opprobrium".  RECOMMENDED  BUY.

  

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Primitive Weapons/The Shadow Gallery/Prosthetic Records/2012 CD Review


  Primitive  Weapons  are  a  band  from  Brooklyn,  New  York  that  plays  a  very  very  form  of  sludge  mixed  with  post  hardcore  and  this  is  a  review  of  their  2012  album  "The  Shadow  Gallery"  which  was  released  by  Prosthetic  Records.

  Drums  range  from  slow  to  mid  paced  riffing  with  not  much  in  the  way  of  fast  playing  or  blast  beats,  while  the  bass  playing  has  a  very  strong  and  powerful  tone  with  some  doom/sludge  riffing  thaat  dominates  throughout  the  recording.

  Rhythm  guitars  range  from  slow  to  mid  paced  riffing  that  combines  influences  from  sludge,  doom metal  and  post  hardcore  mixed  in  with  some  dark  sounding  melodies  and  heavy/noisy  to  create  a  sound  of  their  own  and  there  are  little  to no  guitar  solos  or  leads  present  on  this  recording.

  Vocals  are  a  mixture  of  sludge  style  screams,  deep  growls,  hardcore  style  yelling/screaming  and  clean  singing  vocals,  while  the  lyrics  cover  dark  and  depressing  themes,  as  for  the  production  it  has  a  very  heavy,  dark,  professional  and  powerful  sound  and  you  can  hear  all  of  the  musical  instruments  that  are  present  on  this  recording.

  In  my  opinion  Primitive  Weapons  are  a  very  great  sounding  sludge/doom/post  hardcore  hybrid  and  if  you  are  a  fan of  this  style,  you  should  check  out  this  band.  RECOMMENDED  TRACKS  INCLUDE  "Good  Hunting"  "The  Death  Of  Boredom"  and  "Broke".  RECOMMENDED  BUY.    

Friday, March 16, 2012

L'Alba Di Morrigan/The Essence Remains/My Kingdom Music/2012 CD Review


  L'Alba  Di  Morrigan  are  a  band  from  Italy  that  plays  Alternative  Metal/Dark Rock  mixed  in  with  some  influences  from  Atmospheric  Doom/Death  Metal  as  well  as  a  small  amount  of  black  metal  and  this  is  a  review  of  their  2012  album  "The  Essence  Remains"  which  was  released  by  My  Kingdom  Music.

  Drums  are  all  slow  playing  with  not  much  in  the  way  of  fast  drumming  or  blast  beats,  while  the  synths  bring  a  very  dark  and  atmospheric  sound  to  the  music,  as  for  the  bass  playing  it  has  a  very  strong  and powerful  sound  with  post  rock  riffing  that  dominates  throughout  the  recording.

  Rhythm  guitars  are  all  slow  riffs  that  combine  melodic  doom/death  metal  with  alternative  music  and  dark  rock,  while  the  lead  guitars  are  very  distorted  and  melpodic  sounding  shoegaze/post  rock  guitar  solos  and  leads,  as  for  the  acoustic  guitars  they  utile  full  chords  and  finger  picking  to  bring  an  alternative/progressive  rock sound  to  the  music.

  Vocals  are  all  clean  singing  vocals  with  no  growls  or  screams  present  on  this  recording,  while  the  lyrics  cover  Paganism,  Occultism,  and  Darkness,  as  for  the  production  it  has  a  very  strong,  powerful  and  professional  sound  to  it.

  In  my  opinion  L'Alba  Di  Morrigan  are  a  very  great  meldoic  sounding  doom/alternative  metal/dark  rock  hybrid  and  if  you  are  a  fan  of  this  style,  you  should c heck  out  this  band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS  INCLUDE  "Snowstorm''  "The  Fairies  Circle"  "Lilith"  and  "The  Essence  Remains". RECOMMENDED  BUY.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Mares of Thrace/The Pilgrimage/Sonic Unyon Metal/2012 CD Review


  Mares  Of  Thrace  are  a  band  from  Hamilton,  Ontario  that  plays  a  very  atmospheric  form  of  noise/doom/sludge  metal  and  this  is  a  review  of  their  2012  album  "The  Pilgrimage"  which  was  released by  Sonic  Unyon  Metal.

  Drums  range  from  slow  to  mid  paced  drumming  with  not  much  in  the  way  of  fast  playing  or  blast  beats,  while  the  bass  playing  has  a  very  dark  tone  with  riffs  that  follow  the  riffing  that  is  coming  out  of  the  guitars  and  at  times  they  have  a  very  powerful  sound  to  them,  as  for  the  noise  effects  they  bring  a  very  dark  and  avant  garde  sound  to  the  music.

  Rhythm  guitars  range  from slow  to  mid  paced  riffs  that  combine  sludge  with  doom  metal  mixed  in  with  a  great  amount  of  distortion  that  brings  in  the  atmospheric  and  noise  elements  into  the  music  while  the  lead  guitars  are  very  melodic  sounding  metal/rock  guitar  solos  and  leads.

  Vocals  are  mostly  high  pitched  sludge/noise  screams  mixed  with  some  deep  growls  and  a  brief  spoken  word  part,  while  the  lyrics  cover  dark  themes,  as  for  the  production  it  has  a  very  dark  and  heavy  sound  to  it.

  In  my  opinion  Mares  of  thrace  are  a  very  great  sounding noise/doom/sludge  metal  hybrid  and  if  you  are  a  fan  of  this  style,  you  should  check  out  this  band. RECOMMENDED  TRACKS INCLUDE"The  Pragmantist"  "Triple  B"  and  "The  Goat  Thief".  RECOMMENDED  BUY.

Monday, March 12, 2012

Calvairre/Rigorisme/Throatruiner Records/2012 EP Review


  Calvairre  are  a  band  from  France  that  plays  a  very  dark  form  of  crust/grind  with  sludge  and  post  metal  and  this  is  a  review  of  their  2012  ep  "Rigorisme"  which  was  released  by  Throatruiner  Records.

  Drums  range  from  slow  to  mid  paced  to  fast  drumming  with  some  blast  beats,  while  the  bass  has  a  very  strong,  heavy  and  powerful  sound  to  it  with  riffs  that  dominate  throughout  the  recording.

  Rhythm  guitars  range  from  slow,  mid  paced  to  fast  riffs  that  combine  crustcore,  sludge,  post  metal,  noise  rock  and  hardcore  together  to  create  their  own  sound  and  there  are  no  guitar  solos  or  leads  presentr  on  this  recording.

  Vocals  are  a  mixture  of  high  pitched  sludge  screams  and  deep  growls,  while  the  lyrics  cover  dark  and  hateful  themes,  as  for  the  production  it  has  a  very  dark,  raw  and  primitive  sound  to  it.

  In  my  opinion  Calvairre  are  a  very  great  sounding  dark  crustcore/sludge  band  and  if  you  are  a  fan  of  this  style,  you  should  check  out  this  band.  RECOMMENDED  TRACKS  INCLUDE  "Gratitude"  and  "Castration">  RECOMMENDED  BUY.  

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Crown Interview


 1. Can you tell us a little bit about the band for those that have never heard you before?

We're a strange sludge/doom duet coming from a beautiful wine district in the east of  France. Crown was born last year, in the summer of 2011. pascal and me are good friends since at least 15 years and we're working in the same venue, me as sound engineer and he his the stage manager of the venue, so it came naturally, metal veterans we are ;-)

2. How would you describe your musical sound?

It's very hard to describe your own music but if you're mixing metal, sludge, doom, industrial, rock, pop, progressive, post rock, and some psychedelism and repetitive music i think you've got and idea of our sound.

3. What are some of the lyrical topics and subjects the band explores with the music?

All the lyrics are a part of an imaginary ritual, it 's a kind of sabbath where you're your own guide through the darkness.

4. What is the meaning and inspiration behind the bands name?

Oh my god, that's a good question hehe ! I think this name is in my subconscious since a long time, many visions, many drugs and many silly conversations are in the center of this choice but i like to see  crown not as an object but a vortex leading to a parallel dimension. 

5. Has the band had any oppurtunities to do any live shows, if so what are some of the best shows that the band has played so far and how would you describe your stage performance?

It's just the beginning we're about to play our 3rd gig in the end of the month, but we're very excited to play with Monkey 3 next month in a really cool festival named Impetus, and Zatokrev in may for our EP release party. Zatokrev are good friends and it's one of my favorite bands.

6. The new album came out on Superstrong Records, how did you get in contact with this label and how would you describe the support that they have given you so far/

Superstrong is our own label, we decided to to create this structure with 2 other bands ( Six In Line and Jizzlobber ) 4 months ago, all members were part of our ex band Hollow Corp . Superstrong is a totally DIY label. 

7. On a worldwide level how has your music been received by fans of sludge and doom metal?

We have good feedback in Germany, Uk, US, France, a lot of amazing reviews so we're very honored by these good vibes around "The One" . We're now ready to tour so next step is to find a booking agency . 

8. What is going on with the other band projects these days?

The 2 other bands of the label will release a EP this year, expect some crushing stoner space sludgy rock with Jizzlobber and heavy crossover rock with Six In Line. We're now writing new songs for Crown and a full album will be released in fall 2013.

9. What direction do you see your music heading into on future releases/

I think we're gonna follow the way of "The One", in a more extreme approach. Let see what happened in 2013, expect some funky freaky R'n'B stuff with a lot of autotune !

10. What are some bands or musical stlyes that have influenced your music and also what are you listening to nowadays?

I'm a true music junkie you know, but to let's try to give you not a thousand names : Ministry, Black Sabbath, Nin, Neurosis, Cult Of Luna, Isis, Godflesh, Killing Joke, The God Machine, St Vitus, Voivod etc etc … so many bands are influencing us so this list is very small. I'm listening right now to Rise and Fall " Faith " just heavy as hell, Die Antwoord, Dope DOD, Pentagram, Motley Crue, Papier Tigre, Sunn O, Swans, Fever Ray, Trontemoller, etc etc … a tons af excellent albums will be released on april like High On Fire and Killing Joke !!

11. Outside of music what are some of your interests?

Except playing heavy music with my silly twin in Crown i don't like so many things, but watch some Lynch films, drink some good red wine and eating some excellent Sushis made by my wife while watching Dexter is a pretty cool way to live my life with Satan .

12. Any final words or thoughts before we wrap up this interview?

High On Fire "De vermis Mysteriis" !!! And thanx for your interview  it was an honor !! Hope my english is not to frenglish !! 

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Plebian Grandstand Interview


1. Can you tell us a little bit about the band for those that have never heard of you before?

Plebeian Grandstand was formed in 2005, with the goal to create music that is aggressive, sincere and full of emotions. Our first EP was release in 2008, followed by an album in 2010. The album permitted us to tour in many countries of Europe and also Russia last summer. This year we will be releasing two split LPs, one with Bone Dance and Divider and the other LP with Cortez.

 

2. How would you describe your musical sound?

Dark, aggressive, emotional, introspective.

3. What are some of the lyrical topics and subjects the band explores with the music?

Some of the lyrical topics are about life experiences, nature of human behaviour and their deviances
 
4. What is the meaning and inspiration behind the bands name?

Plebeian Grandstand literally means "the arena of the plebeians", who were a part of Roman society in the ancient times. But you can also precieve the word "grandstand" as a forum where we could exchanges ideas and reflections.

 
5. What are some of the best shows that the band has played so far and how would you describe your stage performance?

Some of our best shows were in Moscow and St Petersberg, because Russian kids are really crazy and violent. They gave us a lot of adrenaline while we were playing. And one special show in Albi, the hometown of half the band. We performed the show in front of Albi's Cathare cathedral, which is very famous and beautiful.   

6. Do you have any touring plans for the future?

Yeah, we are planning to tour the UK and the east coast of the US during this summer. 

7. On a worldwide level how has your music been recieved by fans of underground music?

That is hard to answer. We know our fans appreciate the music, but we are not well placed to really know that.
 
8. Are there any other projects besides this band or is this a full time line-up?

Indeed, Plebeian Grandstand is not the only band we play in. Raphael used to play in Khod Breaker, now he has his solo project called MC Monsieur. Cymon plays bass in Yoshi Tonku, Mc Monsieur. Adrien plays in Montreal on Fire and Noir Coeur. Simon plays also in Montreal on Fire, plays bass in Ancre and Sed Non Satiata. 

9. What direction do you see your music heading into on future releases?

More blackened and more extreme.
 
10. What are some bands or musical styles that have influenced your music and also what are you listening to nowadays?

We are basically into alternative and extreme stuff but we are also listening to many different types of music like electronic music, mathrock, ambiant, hip-hop, jazz.......
 
11. Does Occultism play a role in the music?

Not really, but those things are not unfamiliar to us.
 
12. Outside of music what are some of your interests?

Pussy.
 
13. Any final words or thoughts before we wrap up this interview?

We would like to thank Matthias from Throatruiner Records and Fred from Basements Apes Industries, who have been supporting us throught-out the years. And thank You very much for the interview.   


Sunday, March 4, 2012

Graveyard/The Altar Of Sculpted Skulls/Pulverised Records/2012 CD Review


  Graveyard  are  a  band  from  Spain  that  plays  a  mixture  of  Swedish  style  death  metal,  d-beat  and  doom/death  metal  and  this  is  a  review  of  their  2012  album  "The  Altar  Of  Sculpted  Skulls"  which  was released  by  Pulverised  Records.

  Drums  range  from  slow,  mid  paced  to  fast  drumming  with  a  good  amount  of  blast  beats  being  thrown  into  the  music,  while  the  bass  playing  has  a  very  dark  tone  with  riffs  that  follow  the  riffing  of  the  guitars,  as  for  the  synths  which  are  only  utilized  briefly  they  add  another  dimension  of  darkness  to  the  music  without  being  a  lead  instrument.

  Rhythm  guitars  range  from  slow,  mid  paced  to  fast  riffs  that  combine  Swedish  style  death  metal,  doom  and  d-beat  together  with  some  dark  sounding  melodies  to  create  a  sound of  their  own  while  the  lead  guitars  are  very  dark  and  chaotic  sounding  death  metal  guitar  solos  and  leads.

  Vocals  are  mostly  deep  death  metal  growls  with  some  high  pitched  screams  while  the  lyrics  cover  dark,  occult and  morbid  themes,  as  for  the  production  it  has  a  very  dark  and  heavy  sound  to  it  that  has  the  90's  style  death  metal  feeling.

  In  my  opinion  Graveyard  are  a  very  great  sounding  death/doom metal/d-beat  hybrid  and  if  you  are a  fan  of  this  style,  you  should  check  out  this  band.  RECOMMENDED  TRACKS  INCLUDE  "The  Altar  Of  Sculpted  Skulls"  and  "Ritual".  RECEMMONDED  BUY.

Your Tomorrow Alone Interview


1.Can you give us an update on what is going on with the band these days?
We’re promoting our first record “Ordinary Lives” these days, trying to play live as much as possible. We played a show in our hometown Salerno and we’ re planning our next gigs.

2. How would you describe the musical sound of the new album and how it differs from previous releases?

Considering it is our first album, we can’t make any comparison except for our 2010 demo. We’re pretty satisfied with both the arrangement and the recording of our songs, which took place at the Sonic Temple Studio in Salerno. The album goes into the direction of English bands like Paradise Lost, My Dying Bride and early Anathema, without forgetting Katatonia and Opeth.

3. What are some of the lyrical topics and subjects the band explores with the new release?

The lyrical subjects deal with everyday life, things like sorrow, loss, solitude, anguish and despair. Here and there a tiny bit of hope enters the picture, but the majority of the lyrics are reflections on how life can be bleak when we lose the courage to face our inner demons and try to be better persons.

4. What is the meaning and inspiration behind the bands name?

The concept behind the name of the band deals with the idea of “loneliness among others” and “existential solitude”, felt by those who are isolated because of their convictions. Those who are “alone” are not inclined to accept compromises and agreements both with other people and with the social schemes, because of their strong beliefs and their adaptation problems. “Alone” is the one who hides himself among thousands of “normal” faces, leading a dramatic condition of existential solitude that cannot be understood by those who are not like him. To the “normal” ones a lonely man does not exist, as he is trapped in his prison of incommunicability and misunderstanding.

5.What are some of the best shows that the band has played so far and how would you describe your stage performance?

We’re proud we have been given the opportunity to play with bands like thrash metallers Delirio and the very good doom band In Aevum Agere, which both come from or land. On a stage we try to be as committed as possible to communicate the pathos and the emotions of our songs. A doom metal band concert should be a sort of a theatrical experience for the crowd.

6. Do you have any touring plans for the new release?

We don’t have a real tour nowadays, but we’re trying to play as many shows as we can in our country.

7. On a worldwide level how has your music been received by fans of gothic and doom metal?

When we released our demo-cd two years ago, we received good feedback both from Europe and America. Our record will be released worldwide via My Kingdom Music, so we hope we’ll be able to reach a far wider audience on a global scale, hoping that our music will be appreciated.

8. Are there any other projects besides this band or is this a full time line-up?

No, at the moment we’re all 100% committed to this project. The recording process of Ordinary Lives finished a few months ago and now we are going to promote the album live. So, there’s little space for other artistic projects.

9. What direction do you see your music heading into on future releases?

 We will surely develop what we’ve expressed on this album, maybe a little more on the progressive side, without altering our musical personality that has its roots in the trusty old gloomy doom metal.

10. What are some bands or musical styles that have influenced your music and also what are you listening to nowadays?

As we said before, all in the band are influenced by English gothic/doom metal, but we also listen to Italian progressive rock and classical music as well. They are all things we try to mix up and put in our songs. We listen to a wide palette of genres spanning from metal to rock, from jazz to funk.

11. Outside of music what are some of your interests?

We all love the beauty of landscapes and the classical art Italy is so famous for. They’re a real source of inspiration for us.

12. Any final words or thoughts before we wrap up this interview?

We thank you for this interview and we salute all  DoomedToDarkness readers.
Doom on!!!