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Interviews
Crowhurst

Our story with Crowhurst started with SSUS' 2/10 review of "The Mountain Of The Cannibal Goddess" which prompted Jay to make an account and respond. Nearly three years later he is about to release the third part in his metal trilogy through Prophecy Productions with some really big guests, has recently released a collaboration with Gnaw Their Tongues and has two confirmed Roadburn sets for this year. I shitposted a bit on the band's social media page until I got the courage to straight-up ask for an interview. We talked for a bit and decided that it was best it was as informal as it can be, as he specifically told me he'd rather be insulted than bored. So I came up with the best I could.

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Posted: 16.01.2019 by RaduP | Comments (13)

Interviews
Sigh

I think that Sigh is one of the coolest bands on the planet, and their latest album, Heir To Despair, has only made that assessment more correct. Eager to let mastermind Mirai Kawashima talk about what makes Sigh so exceptional, I sent him some questions over the ol' internet. Here's what came of it.

ScreamingSteelUS: Heir To Despair has the most Japanese personality of any Sigh album, with mostly Japanese lyrics and some traditional aspects to the music (although it's still all over the place, of course). The last release I remember having such a distinctly Japanese feeling was the Ghastly Funeral Theatre EP back in 1997. Could you tell us about your reasons for taking the album in this direction?

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Posted: 13.01.2019 by ScreamingSteelUS | Comments (11)