Friday, May 27, 2011

Katatonia/Discouraged Ones/CenturyMedia Records/1998 CD Review

Katatonia are a band from Sweden that started out as a black/doom metal band but went into a more gothic direction with this album and this is a review of their 1998 album "Discouraged Ones" which was released by Century Media Records.

Drums are mostly slow to midpaced playing with no fast drumming or blast beats present on this recording, while the keyboards are very dark and tragic sounding, as for the bass playing it has a very dark tone with riffs that follow the riffing that is coming out of the guitars and at times they sound very powerful with some bass leads.

Rhythm guitars are mostly slow to midpaced gothic metal riffs that also have an indie rock feel to them as well as a doomy edge, while the lead guitars are very depressing and sounding guitar solos, as for the accoustic guitars they bring a very haunting and tragic sound to the music.

Vocals are all clean singing with none of the growls or screams that where used on previous albums, while the lyrics are very poetic and sad, as for the production on this recording which was recorded and mixed at sunlight studios during July and August of 1997 sounds very professional and you can hear all of the musical instruments that are present on this recording.

In my opinion this was a very good album from Katatonia and while some fans did not like this album because they dropped the heavier vocals, I still liked this recording alot. RECEMMONDED TRACKS INCLUDE "I Break" "Relention" "Cold Wags" and "Saw You Drown". RECEMMONDED BUY

Thursday, May 19, 2011

In Mourning/Monolith/Pulverised Records/2010 C Review

In Mourning are a band from Sweden that mixes a very progressive brand of melodic death metal/gothic metal and a little bit of black metal together to create their own sound and this is a review of their 2010 album "Monolith" which was released by Pulverised Records.

Drums are a mixture between slow to mid  paced playing with little to no fast drumming or blast beats being employed, while the bass playing has a very heavy and powerful sound with some progressive riffs that are death metal influenced.

Rhythm guitars are mostly slow and mid  paced riffs that mix death metal with metalcore style riffing and there is also a good amount of melody that is gothic/doom metal influenced mixed in with some fast parts that have a black metal edge, while the lead guitars are very melodic and progressive sounding guitar solos and there is a small amount of acoustic guitars being used on occasion.

Vocals cover a variety of styles with some deep death metal growls mixed in with some high pitched black metal screams and clean vocals, while the  lyrics cover poetic and depressing themes, as for the production it sounds very professional giving each musical instrument a very heavy sound.

In my opinion In Mourning are a very talented band that should appeal to people that are into melodic death metal, gothic metal and the more mainstream sounding black metal. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "For You To Know" "The Poet And The Painter Of Souls" and "Pale Eye Revelation". RECOMMENDED BUY.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Preludium Interview

1. can you update us with what is going on with the band these days?Preludium (Lukasz): Hi. The band is making a steady progress these days. Last year the MCD label released our 2 albums: ‘Abomination’- consists of 4 ‘new’ compositions together with demo material coming from ‘Infernal force’ 2002. In addition to that we managed to release our full-length album ‘Impending Hostility’ for a new record label- Diabolical Conquest. After a 2 –year-break we started playing concerts. Things are getting better.
Thanks to broadening our cooperation with Mythrone Promotion, the information about releasing the new stuff and also about signing the contract with Diabolical Conquest Records appeared in the most of music website services in Poland.
We are fully satisfied with the cooperation with DC Records. Kunal every time gives us support and has confidence in us and our actions. He does his best to make our music be heard all around the world.
We are receiving from abroad the reviews of our new album and lots of inquires about interviews. In Poland, on the other hand, there are reviews of ‘Abomination’ but we are still waiting for the first opinions of our latest full length album.



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

Our music can be described as brutal death metal in so called ‘US style’. In no way it can be described as highly technical or intricate, on the contrary, the music is rather simple with an emphasis placed on the climate of the whole composition.

Our music is under the influence of the newcomers who joined our band after releasing ‘Raping Mankind Disorder’ especially the appearance of Piotr as the drummer has had a significant impact on the rhythmical elements.

Trying to be uniquely original is not the main goal of our band. Each release follows a certain convention. Our main goal is to work on improving the quality of our compositions.
Our last album contains 9 entirely new compositions including one instrumental. When working on ‘Impending…’ for the first time we used seven-string guitars. What’s more we tuned them in a way to achieve ‘heavier’ effect. The compositions resemble our style, however, we add some new elements: more varied vocals and we also decided to resign from didgeridoo, which appeared both on ‘Eternal Wrath’ and ‘Raping Mankind Disorder’



3. What are some of the lyrical topics and concepts the new release explores?

The lyrics present military-related topics adequate to our music. We derive our inspirations from books and films. No preaching.



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

The founder of the band and the inventor of the band’s name is Janek. Frankly speaking I’m not able to say what lay behind his decision to name the band-Preludium. I would say that even Janek does not know it or does not remember it, cos it was long time ago. From my point of view it’s quite original name for the group which plays such extreme music. We like it- if someone has problem with it…..I don’t care.



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

We believe that our best shows are yet to come. So far, we’ve played 2 concert tours in the south-east part of Poland. What’s more we’ve appeared on the Conquer Fest in Malbork and we’ve played in Slovakia. As I’ve already said we’ve had a 2-year- break from playing concerts. I hope that it will change because our music is simply perfect for such performance. Our gig can be compared to a war. We come in, play our death metal and we take no captives. A few days ago we learned that we will play on a two-day festival in Katowice together with such groups as Entombed, Krisiun, Kataklysm, Belphegor, DHG and lots more. Obviously, we are really excited about it. It will be a test for us and for the impact of our music.



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

Unfortunately, we don’t have any touring plans. Still, we are open to interesting offers.



7. Currently you are signed to Diabolical Conquest Records, how did you get in contact with this label, and how would you describe the support that they have given you so far?

The owner of Diabolical Conquest Zine reviewed ‘Raping…’. He took a liking to our music and that’s why we started to correspond. What’s more he offered to help us with finding a new label for our new material.
After recording ‘Impending Hostility’ Kunal informed us that he starts with his own label and that he would go to any lengths to get our signatures on the contract. The word became flesh and soon we signed the papers.
Kunal spreads propaganda about PRELUDIUM all over the world. As a result we receive lots of reviews and inquires about interviews.


8. On a worldwide level how has your music been received by brutal death/black metal fans worldwide?

Our music usually meets with a warm reception from the listeners. The reviews show us that our music is worthwhile to pay it interest. We are glad that death metal fans appreciate it.



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

For the time being, we don’t think about composing new material, now we focus our attention on the concerts. All we can do is to assure you that we will still play insane death metal with hellish vocals.



10. Are there any side projects besides this and, or is this a full time line-up?

For the boys Preludium is a full time line-up, but not for me. I’m also involved in a post-black metal project called “Mord’a’Stigmata”. We’ve just signed a contract with Romanian Sun & Moon Records and on 11 April 2011 there will be the premiere of the second album ‘Antimatter’

Last year we played to successful concert tours all around Poland with Massemord and Infernal War. What’s more we’re composing material for the next album. Frankly speaking, I don’t know yet what will be the outcome of our work.



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

I listen to various kinds of music. Apart from metal, I love listening to electronic music, dnb, ambient, noise and film music. In my opinion, music is not the only factor which influences what we create in Preludium. Our music style is very often compared to Incantation, Morbid Angel or Immolation. Being compared to these bands is a great honour for us. Personally,
I don’t see any similarities between our music.



12. What role does Satanism, Occultis or Anti-Christianity plan your music, and how would you describe your views on these topics?

Religion is for fools. I don’t want to share with you my private views on these topics.



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

I love playing football and cooking.


14. Any final words or thoughts before we wrap up this interview?
Thank you for the interview.
Zdrowie! Cheers.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Gravehill/When All Roads Lead To Hell/Dark Descent Records/2011 CD Review

Graveill are a band from California that has had their previos albumj reviewed in this zine that plays a style that I would describe as being a mixture of black, death and thrash metal and this is a review of their 2011 album "When All Roads Lead To Hell" which was released by Dark Descent Records.

Drrums range from slow, midpaced to fast drumming with alot of brutal sounding blast beats, while the bass playing is kind of mixed down low in the mix and seems to follow the riffs that are coming out of the guitars.

Rhythm guitars range from slow, midpaced to fast riffs that combine influences from black, death and thrash metal with some morbid sounding melodies being utilized at times, while the lead guitars are very distorted sounding underground metal guitar solos in the mid 80's to Early 90's vien.

Vocals are a mixture of black metal and blackened death/metal screams that also have German thrash feel to them and some deep death metal growls as well as samples from films, while the lyrics cover Satanism, Occultism, War, Killing and Metal, as for the production it has a very heavy and raw feel to it.

In my opinion this is another great album from Gravehill and if you where a fan of their previous releases, you will not be dissapointed. RECEMMONDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Unholy Executioner" "Devil Worshipper" "Hell Metal Holocaust" and "Consumed By Rats". RECEMMONDED BUY.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Willow Wisp/Antihuman Manifesto/Blastzone Entertainment/2010 CD Review

Willow Wisp are a band from Hollywood, Ca that has a history that goes back as far as the 80's that plays a very avant garde form of gothic black/death metal and this is a review of their 2010 album "Antihuman Manifesto" which was released by Blastzone Entertainment.

Drums range from slow to midpaced parts with alot of fast playing and brutal blast beats, while the synths when they are utilized have a very dark atmospheric avant garde feel that has a gothic doom metal feel at times, as for the bass playing, as for the bass playing is all rhythm bass that follows the riffs that are coming out of the guitars.

Rhythm guitars are heavy riffs that mix some brutal death metal with some fast to midpaced black metal riffing as well as some slow doomy riffs, while the lead guitars are heavy solos that have influences from early 90's death metal with some progressive playing being used at times, as for the accoustic guitars when they are utilized use alot of open chords and fingerpicking that gives the music a trippy feel.

Vocals are a mixture between high pitched black metal screams and deep death metal growls with some clean singing being used at times, while the lyrics touch on some Anti Christian, Satanic, Nietzsche philosophy, as well as a hatred for mankind with a poetic touch, as for the production on this albumwhich was recorded and mixed between May 2008 and October 2009 at Satori Studios in Torrance, Ca sounds very professional and you can hear all of the musical instruments that are on this recording.

In my opinion this is a very good album from Willow Wisp that is much heavier than their past work which was more gothic and industrial influenced, and if you are a fan of the heavier side of Willow Wisp you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "The Dead Man's Ballad" "7734999" and "Floating On A Cloud". RECOMMENDED BUY.

Willow Wisp Interview

1. Can you update us with what is going on with the band these days?
TOE KNEE-We just released our new Eclectic/Esoteric/Psychological Black Metal Epic entitled 'Antihuman Manifesto' to a world which will surely be taken aghast by it's transcending qualities.All emotions will be evoked and questioned upon initial and repeated listens.
M6D6M6A-**Willow Wisp is very busy writing new songs that continue to desecrate the names of the nations' deities, as well as being busy performing for the sic and twisted damned that flock to our shows to be brutally entertained and absolved of all their sins.
MR HORRORBLE-The creative output is growing exponentially right now. The new material is faster with more complex riffs. The overall smoothness & flow of the compositions are starting to have a more professional feel to them.
:LAZ: Revamping & rehearsing the most intense brutal sound since 1988.



2. You have a history that goes back to the 80's, how did your music sound back then, I noticed when I listen to your music it sounds too modern to be confused for an 80's band?
TOE KNEE-This monster always evolves.It eats it's members if they cannot sate it's hunger and appease it's will to emote musical excursions for die hard devotees .Willow Wisp has always experimented with varying fabrics and sound tapestries. In the beginning we were heavily influenced by Bathory,Mercyful Fate,Destruction and Metallica, yet we were also inspired by the Glam movement with such bands as Tiger Tailz,Twisted Sister,Motley Crue and W.A.S.P. as well as progressive metal like Voi Vod,Fates Warning and Rush.We were a strange amalgam of those bands if you can picture such a monstrosity .Currently we have found our sound and honed it to a fine devil tail .Willow Wisp will always be eccentric but in a more refined manner and less confusing to the listener.
MR HORRORBLE-Cool! Thanks!
:LAZ:Because the band is a perpetual work in progress, perpelled in a constant state of evolution, just as the universe we live in.---



3. How do you feel your image has influenced other black metal or gothic bands, you have had the imagery before most of the bands?
TOE KNEE-Curiously enough many newer Black/Death metal and Gothic metal fans think we ripped the image from Cradle of Filth or Gorgoroth,etc. but we started wearing rusted,homemade spiked gauntlets and early,primitive corpsepaint as far back as 1986.We were also covering songs by Bathory,Impaler and Destruction in 1986/87 .Research is important,especially if you make false claims as to a band's lineage.You cannot pass a test without study.Most fools usually get straight F's......failures, one and all.
MR HORRORBLE-Willow's members past & present have always realized the importance of the dramatic theatrical presentation that sets us apart from typical "blackmetal" bands. Though inspirational to us on multiple levels, black & white is overused & boring. Willow has always had an extreme look that transcends genres. A little of this & a little of that is how we approach it. Other bands & local metal musicians seem afraid to do a look like we do & often criticize it. Fear of being called gay is a lot of it.
:LAZ: Pushing the bounderies and fundamentaly destroying the norm of what everyone assumes is Ideal. And occasionally reviving the roots of the original originality.




4. Have you had the opportunity to play shows outside of California and what are some of the best shows that the band has played so far?
TOE KNEE-We performed in Chicago in 2003,New York in 1996 and 2002,Vegas in 2009,England in 2000 and did a mini tour of Germany in 2005.Thus far our most favorable shows were with Dark Funeral at The Key Club in Hollywood in January 2007,Deicide and Usurper at The Gathering of The Bestial legions at The Rink in Los Angeles in 2004,with Mayhem at The Whisky in Hollywood in 1998 and with Christian Death twice in 1997 at The Roxy in Hollywood and recently at The Castle in Riverside,Ca. in February of 2010 .Those are some of the standouts in my memory.
M6D6M6A-****Vegas was great because the place that booked us had no idea what they were getting themselves into. We tend to be able to shock even those that have seen us before, so I know that crowd will never forget what they witnessed that night.
MR HORRORBLE-We played Las Vegas at some awful little meth driven club. The reception was overwhelming & the show devastated everybody there. They didn't expect the devastation we create live.




5. What are some of the best bands that you have done shows with and what are some bands that you would like to do shows with?
TOE KNEE -All of the above mentioned.Some of the bands we desire to perform with are-Cradle Of Filth,1349,Gorgoroth,Kiss,Alice Cooper,Immortal,Watain,Akercocke,Cannibal Corpse,Marilyn Manson and Lady Ga Ga.
M6D6M6A-**Rebel Rebel have been real cool to play with. I like the shows they put on.
MR HORRORBLE-The Wisp has played with so many pro level bands in the past. Personally, I'd love to open for Immortal, Watain, Cradle, Dimmu, Gorgoroth, etc... my fantasy would be to open for Iron Maiden but we're too extreme for the type of acts they generally tour with.


6. A few months ago me and my wife saw a porno film that had your band in it, do you have any more plans to do porno's?
TOE KNEE-Well, to correct you that was for a former band I was involved in called Astrovamps and i did not actually perform in the video .I was a (not so innocent) bystander during the proceedings .I wanted to cut the young ladies and involve urine rites but the director declined.
MR HORRORBLE- There's been some discussion. It would take an ultra creative visionary to do a porn film with our music as the soundscape. Of course, we'd write new material for such a project. There's been rumors of a more satanic approach with the band taking part on a more fleshly level.


7.How has your newer material been received so far by extreme music fans worldwide?
TOE KNEE-Considering we are by far harsher and more vicious than ever musically and the way we present ourselves on stage the fans have been more receptive .There will always be those far less adept and unqualified 'fans' who mock and scorn us out of sheer,uninformed stupidity but the more savvy and researched will understand and appreciate our progression.
M6D6M6A-**The release of the AntiHuman Manifesto is fast approaching but until then I can't say for sure. I know one thing, if you don't like you can go right to hell.
MR HORRORBLE-"I Watched You Drown" has been an instant favorite for people. That's cool because it's brand new & on the cd. Kind of funny because it's a departure from the rest of the songs on the cd.


8. How would you describe the lyrical content of the music?
TOE KNEE-Quite possibly the world's most supremely written observations on the human condition.The style is very,very avant garde in it's approach, deviating from the standard formula of verse,chorus,bridge,solo,repeat chorus,etc. Some of the Poe-etry does not even mention the title of the song.It's all very stream of consciousness and broad based in it's concepts.I will say though that a recurring theme seems to be eternity and the mystery of death as well as the will to power and the exploration of all human emotions.Of course we do throw in some of the most taboo breaking idealism and rants on the menace of religion for good measure!!
M6D6M6A-**Our new cd AntiHuman Manifesto lives up to its name in many different ways. Just pick up that booklet that comes along with the cd and read along with the lyrics and discover the misanthropic stories told by each song.
MR HORRORBLE-Have you read Toe-knees work? He's really fucked up in the head...in a GOOD way. The stories alone are great, very intellectually & emotionally challenging. There's double meanings, metaphores, weird meter. Definitely not your typical pop lyrics for the weak minded.




9. I have noticed over the years you have been on a few record labels, which record label do you feel has done the most to support your music?
TOE KNEE-We anticipate that our current distributor Blastzone Entertainment will exceed any past success but up to this point Fullmoon Productions (a label from Florida we were on from 1999 to 2001) did a tremendous job of advertising,distributing us and paying for our studio budget.

10. Out off all the releases you have recorded so far which one are you the most satisfied with?
TOE KNEE-Upon repeated observations I have come to the conclusion that 'Antihuman Manifesto' is our best yet
MR HORRORBLE-The obvious answer is "Antihuman Manifesto". It summed up where the band was a few years ago when it was recorded. The new material is technically & sonically a step up. The world will have to wait for the next cd (which several songs are already written) to find out what we're most proud of. We really like to look forward instead of looking back. For me, Karza's keyboard work on "Emnity" was stellar. The producton on "Manifesto" is so great, especially for the extremely limited resources we have. That's something we're all very proud of. Daniel Satori did magic for us in his studio.


11. You have many different elements in your music, how would you describe the fans that go to your shows, I am sure you have more than just black metal fans at your shows?
TOE KNEE-I would describe them as being of various stature,height,weight,facial features and scent .Basically just humans who love metal!! We are blessed (by whatever forces beckon) to have any fans and we are honored to perform for them.
M6D6M6A-**I think we've been fortunate to be able to play some shows that ended up having fairly diverse crowds, whether that's just because of the show that was booked or what I don't know but I have no problem spreading the gospel of Willow Wisp to each and every ear that will listen.
MR HORRORBLE-It's very interesting & disturbing. You get teenagers that dress cool but not metal by any means, some typical jean/concert shirt metal dudes, some hot goth chics, some huge depressed girls, some tweekers, some stoners, a few middle aged people that understand we're not about fame, just the music & pushing the boundries of what people consider black metal or goth or extreme music in general.
LAZ: We have fat chicks fugly gimps, cretins the resemble your dying grandma's asshole cunt askewed into one mucusing pubic person. and various freaks and carnival rejects. (LOL)





12. How would you describe the musical progress over the years and what direction do you see the music heading into on future releases?
TOE KNEE-We have conquered by leaps and bounds, as time has advanced we have advanced with it.The mystery of the future brings with it the mystery of future composition.
MR HORRORBLE-We feel like we're on the other side of a black hole where all the powers of the universe are infinitely condensed, where everything is possible & impossible at the same time. We just write & don't think about what it means or where it will fits in. Though every miserable human on the planet hates us & criticizes us for what we do, it lets us clearly know that what we're doing really is art. You can't just walk away unaffected. You're going to have a strong reaction (positive or negative). This is the definition of art, to tap into emotions unexpectidly.
LAZ: into a more machine like drivin force, representing man's darkest deviations, in a modern misanthropic form of new age DE-evolution.




13. What are some bands or musical styles that have influenced your music and what are you listening to nowadays?
TOE KNEE-I am influenced by any artist with integrity .I listen mostly to Metal, which encompasses about 80 percent of my listening excursions but the other 20 percent constitutes things that most bipeds would not even believe I adore, such as-Aleisha Keys,Lady Ga Ga,The Carpenters,The Doors,Michael Jackson,The Beatles,Diamanda Galas,Robert Johnson,Elvis,Nirvana,Rolling Stones,etc. very diverse tastes. Never cheat yourself of your emotions or fear others opinion.If you do you are just taking ill advise from a future corpse.
M6D6M6A-**I like new and original music. Something that hasn't quite been done before. Since I feel Willow Wisp is full of this originality I expect the same from my music in whatever form it is.
MR HORRORBLE-We all listen to different shit all the time. Naturally, it's always metal of some sort, but we channel everything. Even stuff as remote as The Carpenters & The Beach Boys & Johnny Cash. The new Immortal is killer. Cannibal's "Evisceration Plague" is good. Typical, but good. I still listen to Maiden, Van Halen, Ratt, Dokken, Crue, Immortal, Mayhem, Gorgoroth, Emperor, etc., but listen to a lot of classical.
LAZ: Influences involve ; Mayhem, Decide, Pantera, Metallica, Cannibal Corpse, Accept, Kiss, Judas Priest, Queen, & Burzum. etc.
Nowadays I listen a wide variety ; Berzerker, Diva Destruction, Mayhem (NEW), Nile, Crystal Castles, Hocico, Mournful Congregation, Interpol, Bring Me the Horizon, Portishead, Ancient, Limbonic Art, & Switch Blade Symphony.





14. Where do you feel you stand at in the Los Angeles metal scene?
TOE KNEE-Usually on the side of the road opposite traffic.In other words we could care less .Willow Wisp is it's own entity far from the ravaged and prejudice thoughts of the 'competition'.
M6D6M6A-**Willow Wisp will always be one of the most eclectic/esoteric/god hating bands wherever it is that you put us, Los Angeles is no exception.
MR HORRORBLE-Artistically, nobody can touch us except somebody like Dead By Day.
LAZ: somewhere between your mom's legs.


15. How would you describe your views on Satanism and what are some occult authors, philosophers and orders that have influenced your views?
TOE KNEE-I would describe them as complex. I have studied many religions and their ideas and have come to the conclusion that they are all just mini orders with varying monikers overseen by crazed megalomaniacs who crave power and energy to feed their delusional values.Some are very logical, others completely asinine with no redeeming qualities whatsoever.Satanism is by far the supreme order, but only in the way of survival of the not only the fittest but the most astute,crafty and determined. I adhere to Anton lavey's philosophy as well as Friedrich Nietzsche's but at times you need the pure,unbridled barbarity of medieval Satanism to accomplish things.I prefer a mixture of the logical and the absurd. "Which is it? Is man only God's mistake or God only man's mistake?"
M6D6M6A-**Satanism for me deals primarily with the possession of my body before performing a show. If you come see a concert you will be looking upon the result of prolonged exposure to Traditional Satanism. And any questions you had about the concept will be answered many times over.
MR HORRORBLE-I went through a concerted effort to summon all evil by reading Anton LeVey & a little Crowley. It seemed to back-fire becaues all the spells I cast seemed to fuck me over & not the intended victims. That stopped that shit. But, the overall modern satanic philosophy is exactly what Satan was accused of...having a will to do your own thing. That's how we look at it. The satanic or evil imagery & lyrics is the fun part. You see how frail people's minds are that can believe that anything other than human actions is evil. It has always struck me as odd that people cling to the character of Satan that came from Judeo-Christian philosophy as the villian who loses in the end. See how retarded people are? The don't even know what they're believing in or trying to conjur up. The only real power a human has is his/her own mind. Everything else is superfluous. I've found Dr. Wayne Dyer's books helpful in developing my own mind & thoughts outside of religious or occult forums. To each his own.
LAZ: "They're all wrong because they're all right. If we don't all evolve we don't evolve at all."





16. What are some of your interests outside of music?
TOE KNEE-My soul mate,rituals,exercise,painting,poetry,reading,horrormovies,history,nature,pussy,
periodic drinking binges
M6D6M6A-**If you don't mind I'd rather mention what I do outside of Willow Wisp, which is a very frightening industrial/electro project called SleeperCell. You can expect a track from SleeperCell on Willow Wisp's new AntiHuman Manifesto cd entitled "Let Me Eat Your Dead". You can also find more SleeperCell at www.myspace.com/sleeper666cell.
MR HORRORBLE-All things beach & surfing for me. Out in the water you realize how insignificant we & our problems are. We're shark bait with egos. I love shooting hand guns, assault & sniper rifles. Being alone in nature has to be the epitomy for me. It's the only time everything is real. Your humanity, your thoughts, survival. We all need eachother as humans but the best place to experience your humanity is alone.
LAZ: My Psychic pulses that are Illuminating and controlling of the minds of mankind, Theroies of the galactic and infinite possibilities of everything, and inevitably the substance of Nothing, and don't forget CIRCLES, everything goes in circles.





17. Any final words or thoughts?
TOE KNEE-Well, I suspect that those will come from my soul and brain right before the moment of my divine exit from this mortal coil.DEFY THE FUCKING MUNDANE HORDES OF HUMANITY FOREVER!!!!!!!!
M6D6M6A-**From one avid metal fan to another, do yourself a goddamn favor and get the new Willow Wisp cd AntiHuman Manifesto. It will in fact reinvigorate a long stagnate scene. And I don't know how anyone else feels but personally I'm getting sick of black and death metal sounding exactly the same from one band to another. I dare you to listen to our new cd and not hear a multitude of sounds you've never heard before. I fuckin dare you. WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WILLOWWISPBA
MR HORRORBLE-Thanks to the fans that have stayed loyal to the vision of Willow Wisp. We all hate when members change in bands but there's usually good reasons for it. Bottom line, you're into the style of music or you're not. Dani Filth is a great example of keeping his vision for the band going while members came & went. Toe-knee is the same way...dedicated till the end. We believe that 3 of us are core right now & are in it for the long haul. We need one or two members that believe & behave as we do. The Wisp ain't goin' away.
LAZ: the definition of a God is :A Creator. and we are GODS.