Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Interview with Perpetrator done by Patrick posted on 1-16-18




Interview with Perpetrator done by Patrick


1.Hello please introduce yourself to the readers?

Greetings; we are a Thrash Metal band from Portugal made by friends who have been total Metal fanatics ever since the eighties. Back then we realised that Metal is the greatest fucking thing ever and we have dedicated our lives to it thenceforward. Perpetratör is an homage to the pristine times of Thrash Metal, when the original bands were kicking ass like none other previously had.



2.Perpetrator was formed in 2008 what gave you all the idea to start this band?


I had always been a Thrasher, ever since I was 15, and in 2002 I and two friends created a band called Axe Murderers that lasted for three months and was a lot of fun. I had wanted to do a Thrash band ever since, or a Thrash project at least, and eventually, in 2008, I recorded a couple of tracks home alone for fun and called the idea Perpetratör. I ended up showing them to Paulão and we had the possibility of doing something out of it playing in our minds for a while. Eventually he insisted and composed the whole of the first album (including a re-take of one of my original tracks). I added lyrics and vocals and bass, we needed a stellar guitar player for solos and so we immediately thought of Marouco, and we needed a killer drummer and so Ângelo Sexo was summoned out of the Dungeon Dimensions.


3.What is the current line up for the band?And who would you say are Perpetrator's biggest influences?

The band has always been me, Rick, on bass and vocals, Paulão on guitars, Marouco on guitar solos, and Ângelo Sexo as a session drummer… live he is replaced, due to health issues, with Emídio, a good friend of ours who is a phenomenal drummer. Perpetratör’s main influences are probably Slayer and the German holy trinity of Kreator, Sodom and Destruction, but there are so many more bands that directly influence our sound… Artillery, Annihilator, Thin Lizzy, Necronomicon, Protector, Holy Moses, Testament, Living Death, Exumer, … the list goes on!


4.Altered Beast is the bands second full length how long did it take the band to write the music for the new release?Does the whole band work on writing the music or does one member usually write everything?


The majority of the new songs were recorded a couple months after the release of the debut album or even before the release date, really. We used some of this material in a split 7” with Hellbastard, and the rest was shelved for years. Eventually Paulão got me off my couch to finish the sophomore, we recorded a couple more songs and presto! Paulão does everything, then I come up with the lyrics and vocals and Marouco creates his solo orgy for the album. That’s pretty much how it works.





5.Who usually takes care of writing the lyrics for the music and what are some topics you all wrote about on Altered Beast?

I do all the lyrics… topics are usually whatever comes into my mind… I tended to explore altered states of consciousness and some mental anguish in the past, but also stuff like mythology, history, Metal itself, and so on… the new album goes the same way, adding a thing or two… I have a song about an extreme alcoholic incident I went through in Belgium… and there is a song about a mass murderer I wrote the lyrics to on the way to recording vocals. I wrote them in the subway and on the boat across the river… when I got to the studio I told Paulão, hey, I wrote some lyrics to that other song, and he said, let’s begin by recording that one then, ha ha! And we did


6.Does Perpetrator play live very often or do you prefer to work in the studio?What have been some of the bands most memorable shows over the years?


Well, Perpetratör is more of a studio project, really… from the beginning Paulão made it clear he cannot turn this into a real band because of his professional activity. So from the beginning we decided not to play live. In fact, right after the first album was released, a local organizer we have been friends with for a long time decided to make it happen, and so Perpetratör played one single gig in 2014. It was actually a great experience. Too bad it will be even more difficult now for it ever to happen again, because Marouco moved to the southern end of the country.



7.Are their any tours or shows coming up in 2018 in support of the new release?If yes where will the band be playing?

Nope. As I just wrote above, chances for live presentations are quite minimal right now.


8.Besides the upcoming release of Altered Beast does the band have any copies of the debut release still available?Besides physical releases does the band have any other merchandise available for the readers to buy?If yes what is available and where can the readers buy it?

I guess there are still some CDs available, although very few from us. Probably Stormspell has a bunch, if they didn’t manage to get rid of them. You probably can find them in distros, together with the Hellbastard split. Our current label has also released the tape version of the first album, and did some Perpetratör beer, but we drank all the ones we had.




9.What does underground metal mean to you all?

Well, to me it’s meant my life since I was a teenager. I am lucky to play in bands that allow me to occasionally travel and participate in festivals throughout Europe and see great bands and meet old and new friends. I revel in being a part of this great Metal family that exists around the globe. And I have always been involved in bands, fanzines, artwork, etc. Same for the others… Paulão makes a living from sound, recording bands, and both him and Marouco have been playing in Metal bands for decades. I have a lot of interests, from literature to archaeology, etc. But keeping the true Metal flame burning is more than that -- it’s a mission!




10.Besides playing in Perpetrator do you or any of the members currently work with any other bands?


Right now I play in Ravensire, a Heavy Metal band, and Filii Nigrantium Infernalium, a Black Thrash Heavy Metal band. Besides that, I always have a couple of projects with friends waiting to get off the ground. Paulão played in several bands, most notably The Firstborn for a long time, and now has mainly some Punk bands and projects other than Perpetratör. Marouco played several years with Omission from Spain and other stuff, and is now mainly connected to his old band Extreme Unction… and many bands ask him for a hand when recording. Both hands, in fact.


11. Perpetrator comes out of Portugal's thrash,death metal scene what are your thoughts on the scene in Portugal's metal scene?

I hesitate in naming bands, I am bound to forget important names, but the scene is actually quite good these days when it comes to bands. It could always be better, but truth is there are many quality bands. There is a good quantity and quality of gigs, and throughout the decades there have been much worse times… I still wish there were good real Metal bars…the scene is very poor when it comes to that.


12.Who are your all-time favorite bands coming out of Portugal?And are their any new bands you could recommend to the readers?

Oh well, I am just going to say a few of many good bands… my favourite band from the past is probably Thormenthor… and from the present probably Martelo Negro. Concerning Thrash the bands I most like are not too active…stuff like Motörpenis, Atomik Destruktor and Alcoholocaust. There have been some great Black Crust bands showing up, like Scum Liquor and Systemik Violence, etc. Death Metal is going fine with old bands like Sacred Sin, Theriomorphic and so on and new bands like Archaic Tomb. Heavy Metal has some great bands too, like Midnight Priest, Alkateya, The Unholy, and others. And I could mention many other names…



13.Besides bands does Portugal have any honest and reliable labels or distro's you think the readers should check out soon?

Yes, there are several of those… I think they’re all very reliable right now… I’ll have to make a special mention to the label we are working with right now: Caverna Abismal, who also do distibution. You’ll find none more honest and hard working.



14.When not working on new music or band business what do you enjoy doing in your free time?


As far as I’m concerned… Sex, booze and Metal!


15.Thank you for taking the time to fill this interview out do you have any final words for the readers?


Yes, thanks to you for the support and to all the readers, mainly those who got this far! I raise my beer mug to all those who still keep Metal true. Cheers to all!


                                                                  Band  Contacts
                                                        https://www.facebook.com/perpetratorthrash
                                                         https://perpetratorthrash.bandcamp.com/releases

                                                                    Label  Contacts
                                                        http://www.cavernaabismal.com/
                                                       https://cavernaabismal.bandcamp.com/
                                                     https://www.facebook.com/CavernaAbismalRec/?ref=hl

ANCIENT VISIONZ RADIO TODAY WITH MOVIE/COMICS DISCUSSION SHOW!




Ancient Vision Radio returns today with another live episode to discuss indie film, movies, comics, John Wick TV series, and more! Joining me on the show are Cesar, director of Aria The Film, and VX from Planet X Records. 

The show airs live from 2pm-4pm EST (US)/7pm-9pm UK.


Showtimes:

US: 4pm-6pm EST/3pm-5pm Central/1pm-3pm Pacific/2pm-4pm Mountain

UK: 9pm

Europe: 10pm CET

Listen live here (refresh the page if there any issues):


Ancient Visonz Talk Radio FAQs


There is no chat room for the show. Due to the tendency for people to behave disruptively in chat rooms, it is something that we do not wish to explore with Ancient Visionz Talk Radio. This ensures a smooth interview, and allows integrity and respect for the artist.

Please note, I'm 100 % DIY, and am not in a studio, sometimes technical problems happen that can not be avoided, which means cutting to a music break and restarting the call. Please be patient if there are technical errors.

The show is recorded and will be made available as a podcast


Aria The Film
 
 
VX: Heaven's Assassin (Planet X Records)
 planetxrecords.net
 
 
 

Sunday, 14 January 2018

ANCIENT VISIONZ TALK RADIO TODAY WITH X-METHOD (CROSSOVER)


Ancient Visionz Talk Radio is back today with Abby from X-Method! Awesome crossover from California, its a show you do not want to miss if you are a fan of thrash. We will be chatting about thrash, metal, punk, shows, tours, movies, and much more!

Showtimes:

UK: 8pm
US: 12pm Pacific, 1pm Mountain, 3pm EST, 2pm Central.
Europe: 9pm CET.

The show will probably be 1-2hrs.

Listen live here (refresh if there are any problems): 
 
X-Method: 



Ancient Visionz:



Ancient Visionz Talk Radio FAQS:

 

There is no chat room for the show. Due to the tendency for people to behave disruptively in chat rooms, it is something that we do not wish to explore with Ancient Visionz Talk Radio. This ensures a smooth interview, and allows integrity and respect for the artist.

Please note, I'm 100 % DIY, and am not in a studio, sometimes technical problems happen that can not be avoided, which means cutting to a music break and restarting the call. Please be patient if there are technical errors.

The show is recorded and will be made available as a podcast

ANCIENT VISIONZ RADIO TOMORROW WITH X-METHOD (CROSSOVER)


The Ancient Visionz Radio interview with crossover thrash band X-Method is live tomorrow at 8pm UK/12pm Pacific. Full details posted later today.


ANCIENT VISIONZ RADIO JAN SCHEDULE (TO BE UPDATED)

 
The schedule is not yet complete and will be updated accordingly, but for now here is a rough idea;

Monday, 15th Jan, X-Method (crossover).

Tuesday, 16th Jan, myself, Cesar (Aria The Film), VX (Planet X Records) with a movie, comics, TV series discussion show. 

Sunday, 21st Jan, Retched (traditional heavy metal).

Tuesday, 23rd Jan, Assassin (thrash).

There are shows that may happen during this period and after. Awaiting confirmation and currently organising everyone around the various time zones. 

More info posted and updates posted soon.

Saturday, 13 January 2018

Defenestration--Gutter Perditione cd/digital review posted by Patrick on 1-13-18



Defenestration--Gutter  Perditione cd/digital {Xenokorp Militia  series}
Defenestration are the  first band to be releasesed through the Militia Series which  showcases  new and upcoming bands.Gutter  Perditione is five tracks  of old school death metal the music is played with both extremely fast and a more mid paced style that works for this band.The drumming  is done with a lot of  skill and experience that showcases both hyperspeed blast beats and a more controlled drum pace,The  vocals  are old school death metal  growls and some gruff  growls and even screams are used in a few of the  songs.If you are  a fan of  Chris Barnes era Cannibal Corpse or early Cryptopsy  and others  then  defintly  pick this  release up  when it is  released.
                                                                                Label  Contacts
                         {pre-order}    http://www.xenokorp.com/product-category/artists/defenestration/
                                                                                  https://twitter.com/xenokorp
                                                                        https://xenokorp.bandcamp.com/
                                                                                         Band  Contact
                                                             https://www.facebook.com/Defenestration44
                                                                https://defenestration44.bandcamp.com/


SCHEDULING RADIO SHOW INTERVIEWS - SITE UPDATES RESUME SOON


Peace all, the Ancient Visionz site updates resume when I've scheduled the next round of guests for the radio show. I'm completely overloaded at the moment with trying to organise shows for all the various time zones. Enjoy a good weekend everyone.
 
 

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

ANCIENT VISIONZ RADIO - THE LAST JEDI REVIEW THIS THURSDAY!


Ancient Vision Radio returns this Thursday with another live episode to review and discuss The Last Jedi. The show is going to feature spoilers and a lively discussion breaking down the acts, and addressing why we are not fans of the film. Joining me on the show are Cesar, director of Aria The Film, and VX from Planet X Records. 

The show airs live from 2pm-4pm EST (US)/7pm-9pm UK.


Showtimes:


US: 2pm EST/1pm Central/11am Pacific/12pm Mountain

UK: 7pm

Europe: 8pm CET


Listen live here (refresh the page if there any issues):

Ancient Visonz Talk Radio FAQs


There is no chat room for the show. Due to the tendency for people to behave disruptively in chat rooms, it is something that we do not wish to explore with Ancient Visionz Talk Radio. This ensures a smooth interview, and allows integrity and respect for the artist.

Please note, I'm 100 % DIY, and am not in a studio, sometimes technical problems happen that can not be avoided, which means cutting to a music break and restarting the call. Please be patient if there are technical errors.

The show is recorded and will be made available as a podcast


Aria The Film





VX: Heaven's Assassin (Planet X Records)

Tuesday, 9 January 2018

ANCIENT VISIONZ RADIO: THE LAST JEDI REVIEW SHOW ON THURSDAY


This coming Thursday, Ancient Visionz Radio is hosting a special review show for The Last Jedi. I'll be joined again by Cesar, director of Aria The Film, and VX from Planet X Records. Full info posted tomorrow.

ANCIENT VISIONZ RADIO SHOW WITH GRAND SURGEON RESCHEDULING


Peace all, the Ancient Visionz Radio show with Grand Surgeon today encountered some unforeseen tech issues, which means we need to reschedule the show for another day. We maybe live tomorrow, so please check the site and my Twitter for the latest info. Apologies all.

 

Monday, 8 January 2018

BORN FROM PAIN "Rebirth" OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO (HC/HEAVY HC/METALLIC HC)



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Sunday, 7 January 2018

ANCIENT VISIONZ RADIO THIS TUESDAY W/ GRAND SURGEON (UNDERGROUND HIP HOP)


This Tuesday on Ancient Visionz Radio, veteran MC Grand Surgeon, one of the underground's most active cats joins Gaz & VX live to discuss his latest music, future albums, hip hop, and the underground hip hop scene. 
 
Showtimes: 

US: 6pm-7pm EST, 5pm-6pm Central, 3pm-4pm Pacific, 4pm-5pm Mountain.
UK: 11pm-12am
Europe: 12am-1am CET

Listening link below (refresh if there are any issues, live only for scheduled interview shows).
thewastelands.listen2myshow.com

Ancient Visionz Talk Radio FAQS
https://ancientvisionz.blogspot.co.uk/p/blog-page_11.html

Grand Surgeon:
https://twitter.com/Grand7Surgeon
https://www.instagram.com/grand_surgeon/
https://www.facebook.com/thegrandsurgeon/
https://itunes.apple.com/album/id1149128064?ls=1&app=itunes
https://www.youtube.com/embed/wC2qlVdQdd4

VX:
https://twitter.com/VXPlanetXPXR
https://twitter.com/PlanetXRecords
planetxrecords.net 

Ancient Visionz:
https://ancientvisionz.blogspot.co.uk/
https://twitter.com/moshpunkvisionz


There is no chat room for the show. Due to the tendency for people to behave disruptively in chat rooms, it is something that we do not wish to explore with Ancient Visionz Talk Radio. This ensures a smooth interview, and allows integrity and respect for the artist.

Please note, I'm 100 % DIY, and am not in a studio, sometimes technical problems happen that cannot be avoided, which means cutting to a music break and restarting the call. Please be patient if there are technical errors.

The show is recorded and will be made available as a podcast

Saturday, 6 January 2018

Escape Is Not Freedom/dusK Village Split (Sludge/Rock, released Feb, 23rd, 2018)



Escape Is Not Freedom (members from Arctic Sleep), who are releasing a self-titled split cassette with dusK Village (members from Rabies Caste, KESSEF, Tangorodrim) set to be released on February 23, 2018.

Hailing from Chicago, Escape Is Not Freedom will be releasing a split with fellow sludge/rock trio dusK Village on February 23, 2018. 


Escape Is Not Freedom:

Mike - guitar, vocals

Darrin - drums

Josh - bass

Guest Vocals on “We’re Wrecked” by Emily Jancetic

https://www.facebook.com/EscapeisnotFreedom/

dusK Village:

SLAV. GIL. FUKS

https://www.facebook.com/dusK.Village/


Track listing:

    Boiling Nails - Escape Is Not Freedom


    We’re Wrecked - Escape Is Not Freedom


    Exolife Civilization Leak - dusK Village


    A Self Fan- dusK Village


Escape Is Not Freedom

I always try to write regarding what I hear with an artist's music and ignore name dropping bands if I can. It works better in my opinion, I'm not influenced by any other writing or what someone has told me, and it gives the band a fresh approach from my own perspective. Escape Is Not Freedom (this is the first time I've ever heard the band), contain sludge, grunge, and alternative rock traits.

Boiling Nails
The opening guitars and meaty riffs with Boiling Nails are very infectious and grew on me the more I listened. I'd probably go running or skating to this type of sound as its heavy enough, but also has a regular rhythm I can match, so its ideal for skating. I would have preferred the vocals to be angrier or harsher, and the few mellow parts in Boiling Nails could have been left out the song, so it would of been a fiercer sound. However, Boiling Nails is the best song on the split, and I've never heard any other material from Escape Is Not Freedom, so I'm curious to compare previous works with the new tracks.

We're Wrecked
We're Wrecked is a song that may not immediately grab the listener, but does indeed grow on you. Emily Jancetic's guest vocals are very beautiful and I think she could (or maybe already has?) sing in a multitude of genres ranging from lighter styles of hip hop, folk, goth, and acoustic. She adds a melancholy feel to the song, which isn't really music I'd listen to, but I can appreciate it, and recognise the craft pertaining to both the musicians and singer.

I'd like to see Escape Is Not Freedom collaborate with Emily again, or work on a dark gothic doom ish song with big riffs and haunting vocals. Just a thought that popped into my mind when I was listening. It has a sombre tone and is an emotional piece of music.
 

Escape Is Not Freedom are the band I prefer from the split. I'm not sure if it is music I would regularly come back to again and again, but they seem to not be afraid of experimenting, which is demonstrated by the song We're Wrecked. The guitars interchange nicely, the drumming is good, and the vocals on Boiling Nails are good, although not my personal style.

dusK Village

Exolife Civilization Leak
The second half of the split features two tracks from the band dusK Village and unfortunately I didn't enjoy them. They just didn't quite hold me, but Exolife Civilization Leak was the song I liked the most from their side. The title suggests a possible sci-fi influence, which is cool. A rad concept, and can imagine some beast or creature perhaps escaping a capsule on Earth or somewhere else. The vocals are stronger on this song and flow with the fierce riffs, but it is a little slow for my own preferences, but I think fans of bands such as these guys will really enjoy dusK Village. Its kinda a mix of sludge, grunge, and noise rock.

A Self Fan
A Self Fan is certainly more punkish and played to a quicker tempo, but sadly it just seems to lose me. dusK Village do play in time and have taken considerable effort to flow together. The vocals are not powerful enough to hold my attention, which I thought maybe would have fared better with more furious guitar riffs. 


The split isn't a bad piece of music by any means and as usual it does come down to personal taste. With that being said, I tried to share with you all what I did like or could recognise with both bands, so hopefully I gave a sense of the sounds and vibe with the music. I'd still help both bands regardless of what I like/dislike with the music, and if The Wastelands was active, I'd have featured them both on the show.

If you are a fan of grungy noise rock mixed with sludge, then you will be ecstatic with the split, and I would recommend it, but I'm not sure if fans outside those areas will appreciate it.







Thursday, 4 January 2018

I AM REVENGE "Hell The Ravine - The Deep" OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO (METALLIC HC/HEAVY HC)




Source:

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ATOMWINTER - CATACOMBS (RELEASED 9TH FEB, 2018) (OLD SCHOOL DM/DOOMED DEATH)




ATOMWINTER are back with their third album Catacombs, which is due for release on the 9th February, 2018. I will state right from the start, I enjoyed the album from start to finish, and it made me very, very hyper, so expect nerdness. Catacombs introduces us to their world with a great starting point, which builds up anticipation and suspense, and is like the beginning of a classic horror movie. I thought this really worked well and had me curious, especially when the guitars chimed in. I was just foaming at my mouth and saying;
'do it, do it now, go!'  

I also pointed in a mosh manner towards my window saying;
'Yes'.

The artwork also supports the atmosphere and horror theme of Catacombs. It is a good example of the obvious communication between the artist and band. An interesting design, which embodies everything contained within ATOMWINTER'S music. Imagine those old school horror movies or indie film releases. The artwork is like the entrance to that world and ATOMWINTER are playing the soundtrack.

Catacombs is classic old school dm with powerful unmerciless vocals and catchy guitars played to a solid standard in rhythm with the lead singer/growler. I really enjoyed the album, and if you haven't guessed, it invoked my imagination whilst the mosh fury played in my mind. There is no filler with Catacombs, its fast, thrashy, and mosh worthy. What also helps the LP, is the balance with mosh and track arrangement. The majority of it is just a sweaty armpit fest, but there are some slower death doom parts. However, they serve up the atmosphere perfectly, hooking the listener in, and keeping you locked on the journey through ATOMWINTER'S Catacombs. Catacombs is what I want with death metal, to the point and mosh worthy. The atmosphere is an added bonus, which complements the album. Once again, I find myself in nerd world, thinking I'm running through crypts whilst undead Jared the angry miner is chasing me, because I accidentally knocked over his flask of coffee. There is another important fact to consider, which sells Catacombs. I wasn't bored when I was listening to the last few tracks. It held my attention. No track skipping.

The new year is starting well for death metal and its helping save our dollars/pounds from gym memberships. Work out to this kind of music instead of chip munk auto tunes at Sammy's Fitness Zone. 

Its hard to pick a favorite track, but what I did like throughout the album were the guitars, fast riffs, pace, powerful speedy doom vibes, strong vocals, and the overall mood. Everything I desired was present on Catacombs, and there is no boredom to be found with the LP. The guys knew what they wanted to create, and it shines through the music. I'd have played ATOMWINTER frequently on The Wastelands. I think I did play the earlier releases on the show before it went on hiatus. I still don't have a rating system in place for reviews, but I'd like to say more than 'this is really good', so I can do Catacombs justice. Go listen, see if you hear what I do. An LP worthy of investing your valuable time and deserves to be part of mosh collections world wide. 

Catacombs is released by the label Trollzorn through Soulfood and AFM Records on the 9th February, 2018.

https://www.facebook.com/pg/Atomwinter
https://atomwinter.bandcamp.com/releases






Wednesday, 3 January 2018

ANCIENT VISIONZ RADIO INTERVIEW WITH OAK PUBLICITY ON MONDAY 8-1-18 (METAL)




Joining me on Monday, 8-1-18, on Ancient Visionz Radio is Michael from Oak Publicity.  Oak Publicity is an independent PR company ran by musicians that closely work with artists from the doom, metal, rock, and many more sub genres. The show has a very laid back feel, so everyone is welcome to join us for the live show, but a podcast shall be available.

I'll be chatting Michael about Oak Publicity, metal, rock, and more!

Show times:
US: 1pm-3pm Central, 2pm-4pm EST, 11am-1pm Pacific, 12pm-2pm Mountain. 
UK: 7pm-9pm

FAQs about Ancient Visionz Talk Radio:

Listening link (refresh if there are any issues):

Oak Publicity

Ancient Visionz


There is no chat room for the show. Due to the tendency for people to behave disruptively in chat rooms, it is something that we do not wish to explore with Ancient Visionz Talk Radio. This ensures a smooth interview, and allows integrity and respect for the artist.

Please note, I'm 100 % DIY, and am not in a studio, sometimes technical problems happen that cannot be avoided, which means cutting to a music break and restarting the call. Please be patient if there are technical errors.

The show is recorded and will be made available as a podcast