Friday, 22 January 2016

CONCERT REVIEW: CANNIBAL CORPSE / DISENTOMB / ENTRAILS ERADICATED @ Brisbane, 8/10/2012

This day began for me when I left work in Toowoomba to get the 2pm Greyhound bus to Brisbane, 127 km away. I booked into the Clayfield Airport Motel first and then around 6.30pm I took the suburban train the seven stations south to South Brisbane to go to see the CANNIBAL CORPSE show. I had to walk 20 minutes from the South Brisbane train station. At the show venue on Boundary Road in West End night had nearly fallen ("darkness was descending"!). There was a line-up of around sixty people going back 30 metres along the side street. This was an 18+ venue but the great thing about legendary metal bands such as CANNIBAL CORPSE is you get a crowd ranging from 18-year-olds up to mid-forties. The fat and greying mid-forties crew are the ones wearing jeans and with the bald heads and the Kerry King beards (not to be confused with Viking beards). Unlike at an AC/DC show or STATUS QUO show you don't get anyone that looks above 45-years-old - the mid-forties crowd are the same age as the CANNIBAL band members. Clearly these ageing veterans such as myself "were there in 79 when the dam began to burst". "We were wearing denim, wearing leather and we ran down to the front". We were around 20 years old when the first great CANNIBAL CORPSE album Eaten Back to Life was released in 1990. Some of us even remember the demo! Some of us even believe CANNIBAL CORPSE never released a better album than that first one with its charm, innocence, high-school boy humour, and thrash-metal influences. After that it just got a little too serious. I stood in line at the Hi-Fi bar and was talking to a smooth-faced 18-year-old. In usual life people of my age and people of his age just don't have the same set of friends and we don't hang out together. Metal can bring such people together (or maybe we just talked because we were in the same bar queue).

CANNIBAL: Webster, Paul M., O'Brien, Fisher, Barrett
The first band on the three-band bill was ENTRAILS ERADICATED at 8pm. The venue was still not too crowded so I got right up the front one person back from the security railing during this band's set. I thought the band was very good - the guitar player was doing so many technical things non-stop from just right in front of me and his play was clearly an important factor in the band's overall sound. The vocalist did mainly shrieks mixed up with some death growls and the guitarist did some death growls as well. This band has a flow and a sense of song that I like. They probably had the hardest job going up first when the crowd was smallest. The band managed to generate a lot of energy and enthusiasm despite these factors.

DISENTOMB was next up on the bill. When this band started I headed back to the bar to get a second can of Carlton Draught. The bar queues were four to six people long most of the night so it took a while. After getting a beer I headed to the three merchandise tables. I bought an ENTRAILS shirt for AUD20. The CANNIBAL CORPSE tour shirts were AUD40 for the short-sleeve, AUD50 for the long-sleeve and I think AUD70 for the hoodies and I just didn't have these amounts of money with me. I watched the second half of the DISENTOMB set from near the front and slowly I edged my way up closer. I really hoped to be right up the front for CANNIBAL CORPSE. It really looked like this goal was possible. DISENTOMB played straight-up brutal death-metal and to me I preferred ENTRAILS but I talked to other people who preferred DISENTOMB. I don't quite understand this band name DISENTOMB. Does this mean after ENTOMBED entombs someone DISENTOMB will take that person back out of the tomb? Is that how it works? I guess that would leave you in the same position as you started from but a bit dirtier!

CANNIBAL with Jack Owen (top left)
At the end of the DISENTOMB set two guys who were right up the front headed back most likely to go to the bar and I quickly went in and took their spot. I think in these places you can't really claim your spot. It's not like in a pub or a restaurant or a seated-only football game: if you leave your spot it will get taken. We all waited for CANNIBAL CORPSE to appear. The curtain came down so the band could get set up without the crowd watching. By this time there was probably 300-400 people in the standing-only venue and the mosh pit up front was getting full. People were chanting for CANNIBAL and getting more excited. The band was due to play from 10pm to 11.20pm which would mean around 22 songs at an average of four minutes per song.

Then the curtain went up and the four CANNIBAL CORPSE band members except the drummer were all lined up in a row ready to play. ENTRAILS and DISENTOMB both have four band members and so the stage looked more empty when they were playing. It was a surprise not to see Jack Owen up there. Obviously I know he has been playing with DEICIDE for a number of years now but he was part of the visual image of CANNIBAL for a long time. He is in many of the band pictures that you still can find on the internet (with his bald head and his Kerry King beard)! It seems to be standard now for Rob Barrett to be on the left, Webster second left, George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher third from left, and Pat O'Brien on the right on the stage (i.e. left or right from the perspective of the crowd). I was on the railing on the left side directly in front of Rob Barrett and close to Webster. I could not see drummer Paul M. because he was blocked from my view by Webster's body. It was also hard for me to see O'Brien up the far end. The circle pit started up in the centre but it did not reach where I was over on the left. There were three security guards in the no-go zone between the railing and the stage. It was a small stage raised maybe 1.5 metres above the floor. When the circle pit started the security guards would grab the surfers and then drop them into the no-go area and then push them away to the sides.

CANNIBAL CORPSE
I don't recall or even know all the songs the band played. One surprise was "Covered in Sores" from Butchered at Birth (1991) which is really quite a boring album in my view. This song did not really excite anyone very much. Most of the songs played were the fast ones and these were the most popular. Songs played included: "I Cum Blood", "The Time to Kill is Now", "I will Kill You", "The Wretched Spawn", "Priests of Sodom", "As Deep as the Knife will Go", and of course "F***ed with a Knife" and "Hammer Smashed Face". No CANNIBAL show could ever be played without those two last mentioned songs and they still remain the two most interesting and enjoyable songs that the band plays live. Corpsegrinder introduced "F***ed with a Knife" by dedicating it to "all the ladies, women, bitches in the house". This song is one of the best live songs by the band as it has tempo changes, instrumental parts, and blast-beat enjoyment. "As Deep as the Knife will go", from the new album Torture (2012), is also an outstanding faster song and it was very well received by the crowd. The two "knife songs" (with the word "knife" in the song titles) were played back-to-back. Corpsegrinder was also telling the front row they were there not for "watching" so they should be either crowd surfing or head-banging. However, he warned the crowd surfers not to invite him to crowd surf as he was going to be far too heavy for them, "I guarantee you that" he said! I admit to "watching" because it is rare to get a chance to watch the band play so close up and Webster's bass skills are really a thrill to watch. At another point in the show the "Corpsegrinder" chant went up and he responded with a mock-polite "Well, thank you" which managed to be both serious and ironic at the same time!

It was amazing to see Alex Webster close up. His left hand moves up and down and across the fretboard at amazing speed. He uses his right fingers and not a guitar pick. Although CANNIBAL cannot be called a technical band Webster is a technical bass player. Rob Barrett, the rhythm guitarist, was also great to watch. He joined the band in 1993, left in 1997, and rejoined in 2005. In 1992 he played lead guitar on the MALEVOLENT CREATION album Retribution. This night he wore a MALEVOLENT CREATION tee-shirt. Certainly Barrett has a great history of being part of the original Florida death scene of the early-1990s as both a fan and a performer. All the band members wore black jeans and black band tee-shirts. They looked very different from the two early bands whose members wore the trendy modern gear of green army shorts and Viking beards (not to be confused with a Kerry King beard as I explained earlier). The CANNIBAL members showed how old-school they are because no-one wore shorts in the 1980s in the metal scene. You had to suffer for metal in that era wearing jeans and leather or denim jacket on the hottest of days! Yes, green army shorts, black-metal and Viking tee-shirts and Viking beards are trendy among the 20-somethings in the Australian metal scene! It is possible to have and follow trends in the metal world as well as in the broader society. 

CANNIBAL heads to Indonesia next (Jakarta & Solo)
Corpsegrinder promised us one last song and of course it was "Hammer Smashed Face" and everyone enjoyed this totally. Of course he could not promise one song and only give us one. There was another song played after "Hammer Smashed Face" and then the band left the stage. Alex Webster came down and walked along the no-go area and shook hands with all the people in the front row including myself. He is a shy guy and when he plays you can't see his face because his hair covers it. Once or twice people shouted out his name and he gave a shy thumbs-up gesture.

I was standing next to a crazy guy who had the Worm Infested album cover tattooed on his back. (I don't know whether he was a "tattooed millionaire", but probably not.) He got security to allow him into the no-go area during the show and he showed his back to the crowd and to the band. The security guy seemed to be happy when this guy showed his tattoo to the crowd but he was not not so happy when the guy tried to show it to the band! Another guy showed me a Butchered at Birth foetus tattoo on his left leg (kind of a "dying fetus" I guess). CANNIBAL fans are amazing for their devotion.

Yes I enjoyed the show but I could not help feeling slightly bored at hearing so many songs by this band. There was not much variety or different passages. If VADER is your Mom's home-cooked best meal then CANNIBAL is a Big Mac McDonald's value meal - totally American, totally uniform and processed, and just a little bit dull on occasion. However, people support CANNIBAL for the overall package of artwork, lyrics, songs, and stage performance and this package is still effective and still delivers 20 years on. It was amazing to be so close to such legendary figures in the metal scene. The band puts up a flawless and very professional performance and I guess if anyone has done exactly the same job every year for 20 years that is just what we should expect! Catch CANNIBAL at a town near you! If you don't see the band it will return, as I think the band will keep the shows and albums coming until at least the members reach the regular retirement age of 65 years or whatever it is in the USA!

Old-school truck with "1987" written on back, Jakarta
After the show I took a train from South Brisbane which went through the city centre and stopped at Bowen Hills. I had to get to Eagle Junction station, three stops further up the line. I saw that the early morning trains only run on Friday nights and the last train to Caboolture via Eagle Junction had gone past me before 12am. At Bowen Hills platform I saw it was 12.17am. I decided I would have to walk in the darkness "on through the night" back to Eagle Junction station and I thought it might take one to two hours. I walked along the side of the highway for 600 metres all alone in the darkness as at 1am on a Tuesday morning the mega-city of Brisbane sleeps ("at dawn they wake up"). I walked under a dark underpass and I thought "I hope I don't end up like a character in a CANNIBAL CORPSE song". No, not "Devoured by Vermin"! It might instead have been some combination of "Nothing Left to Mutilate", "Blunt Force Castration" and "Rotted Body Landslide"! Just as I exited the underpass I spotted a cab and he stopped for me. I had $6 in my pocket and $10.20 back at the hotel. I wondered if I would make it back to the hotel for a fee of $16.20 in total or less. In the end the trip cost me $16, perfect. I had been willing to walk two hours back to
the hotel if necessary. I guess you have to be willing to suffer for metal. A girl who looked like a hooker asked me for directions at the Bowen Hills train station but when I saw her again on the street she wouldn't talk to or look at me. This really happened. I guess she was worried I might [insert CANNIBAL CORPSE song title here]. But, just like the band members (OK, to be fair, Webster is as slim today as he ever was), I'm only a harmless, fat, grey-haired, and aging metalhead from that strange place called "The 1980s" who would never hurt a fly (on the wall)! [By Kieran James, 9 October 2012].


CANNIBAL CORPSE 1994 with Chris Barnes (centre)
CANNIBAL CORPSE 1990

Thursday, 21 January 2016

NEW INTERVIEW: My first interview with SPIRAL SPECTRUM (Bandung Progressive Death Metal, for AUTICED / NEMESIS fans)

Kieran James aka Jack Frost1: Hai, bisakah kamu menceritakan sejarah awal terbentuknya band kalian hingga sekarang?
Jhepe1; pada tahun 2013 band saya (jhepe) yang sebelumnya(Mortified (indonesia) memutuskan untuk bubar, lalu dendy (guitarist) mengajak saya untuk membentuk band baru , tanpa banyak ngobrol akhirnya kita sepakat untuk membentuk band SPIRAL SPECTRUM ini. kebetualan alta (global unity) dan Arindra (last redemption) juga sedang ingin membuat band project, akhirnya mereka juga bergabung disusul oleh Firman Domdom di posisi drummer, kita mulai menulis lagu dari pertengahan tahun 2014, dan baru ada 3 lagu yang udah direkam , equilibrium , as you shoot the fuel, dan the sequel.
KJ2: Bagaimana respon orang-orang dengan mini album/album/demo band Kamu?
jhepe2 : reaksi orang yang mendengar cukup variatif, tapi kebanyakan responnya positif, mengingat kita juga band baru yang belum banyak dikenal orang, reaksi mereka cukup membuat kami senang
KJ3: Band apa yang paling berpengaruh bagi Kalian dalam bermain musik?
JHEPE3 : kami suka sekali mendengarkan GOJIRA, MNEMIC, PANTERA, DECAPITATED, sampai band band yang modern seperti MONUMENTS , VILDHJARTA, kami tidak membatasi diri sih untuk bereksplorasi
KJ4: Apa rencana kedepan kalian bersama band?
JHEPE4: bersenang senang dengan musik yang kami mainkan terus bikin album, bersenang senang lagi, cari kesempatan untuk launching dan tour, bersenang - senang lagi, pokoknya apapun yang membuat semau personil kamu senang
KJ5: Apakah lagu-lagu yang kalian buat menggunakan Bahasa Inggris dan Indonesia. 
JHEPE5 : untuk sekarang lagu yang kami tulis kebanyakan berbhasa inggris, alasannya standar, kami ga terlalu jago berpuisi dengan dramatis menggunakan bahasa indonesia, kalo pake bahasa inggris cenderung bebas memilih kata kata, kami pernah coba menulis lirik berbahasa indonesia, hasilnya norak, pesan yang disampaikannya juga malah makin sulit dimengerti


KJ6: Apa yang kalian ceritakan dalam lirik-lirik yang kalian buat?
JHEPE6 : kebanyakan pesan yang ada di lirik kami isinya tentang perdamaian, anti-racist, krisis dunia, pesan untuk menjaga alam sebelum bumi marah, dan kecenderungan manusia untuk merusak bumi, kami ingin pendengar aware dengan issue-issue seperti itu
KJ7: Mengapa kalian semua suka memainkan musik death-metal?
JHEPE7; ya kami suka memainkan musik seperti itu, musik death metal dapat merepresentasikan apa yang ada dalam pikiran kami, saat kami memainkan musik death metal kami mendapatkan kesempatan untuk mengabaikan teori-teori musik yang kami pelajari selama ini, jadi kami merasa bebas.
KJ8: Kapan pertama kali kamu menjadi fans band metal?
JHEPE8 : saya termasuk metalhead fanatik baru, mulai mendengarkan blacksabbath baru tahun 1999 . itu pun karena paman saya yang memperkenalkan,tahun 2002 saya mendapatkan hadiah ulang taun kaset motorhead, ya pokoknya saya bukan metalhead senior yang udah mendengar musik metal sejak tahun 1980 , karena saya lahir tahun 1987
KJ9: Apa yang Kamu katakan kepada orang-orang yang bertanya mengapa Kamu memainkan musik bergaya barat?

JHEPE9 : kami memainkan musik bergaya barat, itu sudah lumrah karena alat musik yang kami kuasai memang berasal dari barat, teknologi yang kita gunakan saat ini semuanya berasal dari barat, bahkan presos rekaman musik tradisional pun menggunakan alat perekam dari barat, media yang sekarang gunakan juga berasalnya dari barat juga kok, cellphone, jam tangan, relsleting, celana jeans, itu bukan kesalahan tapi bagian dari peradaban dunia.
KJ10: Apakah para istri dan kekasih para personil kalian mendukung apa yang kalian kerjakan?
JHEPE10 - ya mereka mendukung, walaupun mereka tidak sepenuhnya mengerti apa yang kami mainkan, pada akhirnya kami memaksa mereka untuk mendukuh LOL
KJ11: Apakah hal-hal yang terbaik dan terburuk tentang komunitas di kota kalian?
JHEPE11 ; komunitas di bandung menurut saya komunitas yang brillian, sempat mengalami kesulitan untuk berkembang karena beberapa tragedy tapi akhirnya kami dapat memecahkan kesulitan bahkan berkembang semakin besar, kami disini seperti keluarga dapat saling memberi masukan dan bertukar pikiran, yang terburuknya ... band - band dari komunitas di kota kami terlalu bagus sehingga untuk band baru seperti kamu cukup sulit untuk mendapatkan perhatian dari audience :D)))

KJ12: Rencana apa yang kalian buat bersama band untuk kedepannya?
JHEPE12 : rencananya kami ingin menulis dan merekam album, mungkin mencari investor untuk pendanaan, selanjutnya kami ingin berkunjung ke semua kota di indonesia , semoga ada EO atau promotor yang tertarik.
KJ13: Di acara apa kalian merasakan, itu stage yang berkesan?
JHEPE13 : "awakening split show' , saat itu kami dengan AMORA SAVAGE mengorganisir show yang menampilkan 6 band dan itu benar benar melelahkan tapi menyenangkan juga, dan kami senang mendapatkan reaksi positif dari rekan - rekan di komunitas.
KJ14: Ada pesan untuk kawan kawan?
JHEPE 14 : terus berkarya dan majukan komunitas musik metal, berkarya tanpa terlalu sering memikirkan bayaran supaya karya kalian tetap original, itu aja paling sih.
www.reverbnation.com/spiralspectrum

 

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

CD REVIEW: ZYPHOYD - "Three Days of War" EP (Melbourne Progressive Thrash), 17/1/2015, by Collin Brophy

Zyphoyd - Three Days Of War EP

Zyphoyd is based in Victoria, Australia and is a Metal band which is influenced by such genres as, Prog, Thrash, Neo Classical and Extreme elements, which makes for a sound which is hard to put into a category and a sound which is very unique. 

Band Members: Kieran Larkey - Vocals,Guitars and Glen Sambrook- Guitars. 
Home Town:  Melbourne, Victoria Australia.

Band's Biography:
Kieran and Glen have both played together in earlier bands and projects since late High School and under the name Zyphoyd were lucky enough to play many shows and tour the North coast of NSW with Legendary Oz Guitarist Phil Emmanuel from 2006 to 2010 when Zyphoyd was an Instrumental project. In 2009 Zyphoyd released their first EP Zyphoyd Prelude To The Storm. A instrumental album of 5 cuts, containing Shred, Neo Classical, Prog Rock and Eastern Heavy Metal elements impressing some Monster Guitar Players in the Australian Music industry such as Peter Northcoate, Jeremy Barnes and Phil Emmanuel. 

In 2011 both Members moved from the Mid North Coast of NSW to Melbourne, VIC and changed the direction of the band with Main Songwriter Kieran Larkey concentrating on moving away from the small market of instrumental music back to their Roots with Kieran writing and singing on the newer Material. The band still retained elements of the Previous Instrumental works with Trade off solos and Harmonies reminiscent of the 80s Shrapnel era.

In 2014 Zyphoyd Released the EP Three Days Of War and since 2012 have been gigging around the Melbourne scene as a Duo in hopes to establish a full lineup. They have been featured in Heavy Magazine and on UK Radio Station The Wayward Rock Show.

Three Days Of EP Songs: 1. Three Days Of War, 2. Relentless Tyranny, 3. The Five Elements, 4. Reborn, 5. Chaos Reigns.
Running Time: Just under 23 minutes.

Before I got the Three Days Of War EP, I hadn’t really heard much of Zyphoyd only what was on their facebook page, so I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect. But once I heard the EP, I was blown away by what was some amazing metal. I have let a few friends have a listen to the EP and they also loved the EP. Three Days Of War is in my top 10 favourite albums / EP’s from 2015. 

Zyphoyd is not your typical heavy metal band as such, with so many different influences from different genres all rolled into what is their very own unique sound and style, from the first moment I heard the Three Day Of War EP I loved it. The sound quality is great as is the production, the guys in Zyphoyd have done an amazing job with Three Days Of War. With influences from Symphony X, Dream Theater, Metallica, Megadeth and Iron Maiden you know that you are in for some great metal.

Unfortunately due to not having a drummer at the time they have had to use a drum machine, but that doesn’t take away just how great this EP is, as they did the drum tracking themselves. The guitars are the EP are brilliant, the riffs and solos are some of the best I have heard in a long time, both Kieran and Glen are two very talented guitarists who definitely excel at what they do. Kieran is an amazing vocalist with some insane growls and harsh vocals. Kieran and Glen work really well as a team and they obviously enjoy what they do as it shows on the EP.

Zyphoyd said that they are hoping that 2016 brings Zyphoyd a full line-up: "There has been a tremendous lot of hours put in over the years that translates to what you hear in our music! We are looking at recording a full length album, are currently recording a song which leans towards a progressive sound and are looking forward to many gigs with some great bands!"
I am very much looking forward to seeing Zyphoyd play live when and if I get the chance. If you get the chance to see these guys I highly recommend that you do and when and if you do, also grab a copy of the EP Three Days Of War. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/zyphoyd/timeline?ref=page_internal
[By Collin Brophy for Busuk Chronicle.]

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

CD REVIEW: CHANCROID (Bekasi) - Promo 2015 (Brutal Productions), by Collin Brophy, 18/1/2016

Chancroid are a 3 piece brutal killing machine, from Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia, which play brutal death metal the way it should be played, Chancroid was formed back in 2011 and with a few different line up changes and now over the years they now have settled and are now making some of the most brutal death metal going around. Chancroid old style didn’t work in the past, but their new direction is just what they wanted and what they were looking for. With influence from such brutal bands as Disgorge, Putridity, Cerebral Effusion and Decrepit Birth just to name a few, you know what you are going to expect. This year the have brought out a 2 track Promo to show just how brutal they are and that they mean business.

Members of the band are Wira – Guttural (Vocal), Hendri – Shredder (Guitar) and Bona – Blast (Drums). 

The 2 track promo that Chancroid has brought out is absolutely brutal, tracks are 1. Bestial Perverse Of The Anomalies Psychoneurotic, 2. Haemophillus Ducreyi Innoculated. First up is Wira vocals, they are brutal to the extreme and those gutturals are just insane and he is one very talented vocalist. Guitarist or shredmaster as he should be known, Hendri kills it on these 2 tracks, with some very fast and heavy sick riffs, and then there is the drummer, or should I say blastmaster, Bona plays some of the most brutal blast beats I have heard for a while, and he is seriously an amazing drummer . I would definitely love to see these guys play live as some of the footage I have seen doesn’t do these guys justice. These 3 are a perfect fit for each other and complement each other's styles. 

The production on this promo is perfect, not over done or under done, they have done a brilliant job in making this promo.  The sound quality on this promo is amazing, you can hear very beat from the drummer and the guitar sound is so clear and as for the vocals, they are clear and just perfect for this promo.

If this is the standard for Chancroid's promo, I can’t wait for their full length album that they are working on, they have set a very high standard on this promo and I know that they can continue that standard on their debut album.

If you have a love of all things that are brutal, then I highly recommend that you try and get one of the promos, that is if are is any left, there is a very limited amount of promo disc or you may have to wait for their debut album when it comes out.

Monday, 18 January 2016

NEW INTERVIEW: Our second interview with GIRLZEROTH, 16/12/2015 (Bahasa Indonesian)

1.Deana Struggle (bassist MURKA / YOUTHFULL AGGRESSION): Ceritakan sejarah terbentuknya band dri awal hingga skrg! Genrenya apa?
1. Terbentuk sejak tahun 2008, tepatnya tgl 18 agustus 2008, berawal digawangi oleh anang dan neng sepasang kaka beradik yang ingin memiliki sebuah band. Terbentuklah dengan nama GIRLZEROTH, dengan mengusung genre death metal. Seiring berjalan waktu dan perkembangan musik underground, telah kami ikuti dan menyesuaikan diri dengan karya yang kami punya. Pahit manisnya berkecimpung di scene ini sudah menjadi hal biasa bagi kami, pergantian personilpun beberapa kali menghiasi perjalanan kami... Dan berujung di final line up saat ini adalah anang sebagai drummer, neng sebagai guitaris, Gina sebagai vocalis dan saka sebagai bassis. Sekitar pertengahan tahun 2015, kami diberikan dukungan atau support untuk terus berkarya oleh sebuah Management creative untuk terus berkreasi. Akhirnya dari sisi management, mekanisme serta perilisan single hingga Album dapat berjalan dengan maksimal. Dengan adanya Management, kamipun dapat konsentrasi untuk tetap bereksperiment dan terus membuat karya dengan deadline. Schedule perform, merchandising hingga semua media promo, kami serahkan kepada management yang kami naungi sekarang ini. Yaitu, PLAT-D DEVELOPMENT. Sebuah Creative Community yang perduli terhadap perkembangan music, Event dan organizer community.

2.Bagaimana awal kamu bisa bergabung bersama Girlzeroth?
2. Kami sedang menjalani proses penggarapan album perdana yang rampung sekitar akhir bulan 2015, selambat – lambatnya januari 2016. Album yg bertema "Kingdom Warrior" yang diambil dari 1 lagu terbaru , dengan berisikan 8 buah lagu.
4.Apa yang kalian ceritakan didalam lirik-lirik Girlzeroth yang dibuat?
4. Tema dan lirik yg kami usung diambil dari kehidupan sehari hari, sosial, dan ketuhanan.yg menciptakan lirik neng, anang, dan gina.
6.Apakah lagu-lagu yang kalian buat menggunakan Bahasa Inggris dan Indonesia. 
6. Bahasa yg digunakan 3 lagu bahasa sunda, 2 lagu bahasa indonesia, 3 lagu bahasa inggris.
7.Bagaimana respon orang-orang tentang demo atau album Girlzeroth?
7. Respon yang didapat untuk demo kami cukup positif.
8.Di acara apa kalian merasakan, itu stage yang berkesan?
8. Setiap acara berkesan , mungkin yg paling berkesan saat di medan, dan baru baru ini di tasik, dan kuningan yang dilakukannya road show sebanyai 3 kota jawa barat.
9.Band apa yang sangat berpengaruh buat kalian dalam bermain music?
9. Untuk band luar yang menginspirasi di album perdana kami ini ada psycroptic, deadly remains, beheaded. Sedikit riff riff yang menjadi influence untuk kami di album saat ini. Psitifnya, kami bisa mengeksplorasikan hobi kami di musik, menambah ilmu tentang musik, dan tentu saja memiliki banyak saudara. Negatifnya mungkin pada saat sebuah band akan melangkah ada beberapa hal atau kendala teknis maupun non teknis yg menghambat perjalanan sebuah band, dan itu yg kami alami , namun kami sadar bahwasanya segala sesuatu pasti ada pro kontra nya, maka kami hadapi dengan terus berkarya.
11.Mengapa kalian semua suka memainkan musik metal?
11. Karena musik metal musik kebebasan, musik yg memiliki karakter yang kuat, digemari oleh orang orang yg memiliki passion yg tinggi dan music premium dikelasnya. 

12.Kapan pertama kali kamu menjadi fans band metal? 12. Smp kelas 1.
13.Apa positif dan negatifnya ttg Komunitas bawah tanah yang ada diBdg?
13. Positifnya bisa memperbanyak teman, negatifnya mungkin tidak ada, adapun menjadi kesan kesenjangan sosial bagi sebagian orang, tpi kami menilai dengan positif. Kembali lagi pada diri kita.
14.Ada pesan untuk kawan-kawan?
14. Pesan untuk teman2, terus berkarya,  tetap semangat, dukung sesama musisi dan penikmat musik. Serta support dengan membeli CD/DVD dan hasil karya yang Original. Jika tidak, generasi music didunia akan terkikis oleh zaman. Salam Hangat bagi
GIRLZEROTH WARRIOR FAMILY & GZ WARRIOR
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[By Ms. Deana Struggle for Busuk Chronicle. Deana plays bass for MURKA and YOUTHFULL AGGRESSION.]


NEW INTERVIEW: Our first interview with INTERFECTUS (Tangerang Death Metal), 22/12/2018.

Kieran James1: Hai, bisakah kamu menceritakan sejarah awal terbentuknya band kalian hingga sekarang? * Berawal pada waktu itu Saya Fadly ...

Band Index (A-Z Listing)

ABOLISHING THE IGNOMINIOUS (USA) (1) ABVULABASHY (SINGAPORE) (1) AC/DC (AUSTRALIA) (1) ACOREA (AUSTRALIA) (1) AGAINST EVIL (INDIA) (1) AMORA SAVAGE (BANDUNG) (1) ANAL FISSURE (PHILIPPINES) (1) ANASTASYA (JAKARTA / SUBANG) (1) ANT KILLERS (MADURA) (1) ANUBIS (GRESIK) (1) APOPTOSIS GUTRECTOMY (KARAWANG) (1) ARCH ANGEL (SURABAYA) (1) AS OCEANS DIE (AUSTRALIA) (1) ASHTAROTHUM (BANDUNG) (1) ASPHYXIATE (BEKASI) (3) ATLANTIS OF THE SKY (AUSTRALIA) (1) ATROCIOUS (TANGERANG) (1) AUTICED (ENGLISH) (2) AUTICED (INDONESIAN) (1) BABY FROG (BOGOR) (1) BADRANAYA (BANDUNG) (1) BANE OF ISILDUR (AUSTRALIA) (1) BATOSAY (JAKARTA) (3) BEHEADING CRIMINAL (BANYUWANGI) (1) BENANXUSUT (BATAM) (1) BESIDE (BANDUNG) (2) BETUAH (RIAU) (1) BLACKWINE (HONG KONG) (1) BLASPHEMER (SURABAYA) (1) BLAZE INFERNAL (JAKARTA) (1) BLEEDING CORPSE (ENGLISH) (7) BLEEDING CORPSE (INDONESIAN) (3) BLEEDING GASOLINE (AUSTRALIA) (1) BLEEDING MURDER (TASIKMALAYA) (2) BLOOD OF MESSIAH (SURABAYA) (1) BREAKING THE HYOID (AUSTRALIA) (1) BULL RACE (MADURA) (1) BUNGA TERATAI (LEMBANG) (1) BURIAL CHAMBER (AUSTRALIA) (1) CANNABIES (ENGLISH) (2) CANNIBAL CORPSE (USA) (3) CEREBRAL CARNAGE (PHILIPPINES) (1) CHALERA (BEKASI) (1) CHANCROID (BEKASI) (1) CLIMAXETH (SURABAYA) (1) COCK SPARRER (UK) (1) COCKNEY REJECTS (UK) (1) CORPORAL CARNAGE (KABUPALEN JEMBER) (2) CORVUS JAVA (CIREBON) (1) CRAWL SICK EPIDEMIC (BEKASI) (1) CREMATOPSY (ENGLISH) (1) CREMATOPSY (INDONESIAN) (1) CRIATURA (INDONESIAN) (1) CRIMENA (ENGLISH) (1) CRIMENA (INDONESIAN) (1) CRITICAL DISASTER (KEDIRI) (2) D'GRUNG HC (BENGKULU) (1) DAGING (SURABAYA) (1) DAJJAL (BANDUNG) (2) DAMNATION (JOGJAKARTA) (1) DANTE MUST DIE (SURABAYA) (1) DEATH (USA) (1) DEATH VOMIT (ENGLISH) (7) DEATH WOMB EXISTENCE (BANDUNG) (2) DECAPITATE HATRED (TANGERANG) (1) DECAYING FLESH (MADURA / SURABAYA) (3) DEFILATION (PHILIPPINES) (1) DEIFORMITY (AUSTRALIA) (1) DEMONS DAMN (ENGLISH) (3) DEMONS DAMN (INDONESIAN) (1) DEVADATA (SURABAYA) (1) DEVANGELIC (ITALY) (2) DEVOURED (JOGJAKARTA) (1) DEXTROLOGY (LEMBANG) (1) DIABOLICAL (GRESIK) (2) DIGESTING (JEMBER) (1) DIGGING UP (BANDUNG) (6) DISASTER SUFFERING (SETIABUDI) (1) DISENTOMB (AUSTRALIA) (1) DISGORGE USA (1) DISINFECTED (INDONESIAN) (1) DISMEMBERMENT TORTURE (BANDUNG) (3) DROP (TANGERANG) (1) EMBRYO GENESIS (SURABAYA) (2) ENSLAVED (NORWAY) (1) ENTRAILS ERADICATED (AUSTRALIA) (1) EPICA (NETHERLANDS) (1) ETERNAL MADNESS (BALI) (1) EXENEMY (BANGLADESH) (1) EXODUS (USA) (1) FEAR (SURABAYA) (1) FEAR INDEX (HONG KONG) (3) FEAR INSIDE (INDONESIAN) (2) FLESH CONSUMED (USA) (1) FLESH DIVINE (JOGJAKARTA) (1) FOR SARAH'S EYES (AUSTRALIA) (1) FORGIVEN (MAJALENGKA) (1) FORGOTTEN (ENGLISH) (3) FORGOTTEN (INDONESIAN) (1) FUNERAL INCEPTION (EAST JAKARTA) (1) G.A.S. (SURABAYA) (3) GENOCIDE (MYANMAR) (1) GHOSTSPELLS (BANDUNG) (1) GIRLZEROTH (ENGLISH) (2) GIRLZEROTH (INDONESIAN) (2) GORE ANIMAL (TANGERANG) (2) GORE INFAMOUS (ENGLISH) (1) GORE INFAMOUS (INDONESIAN) (1) GRAUSIG (ENGLISH) (3) GRAUSIG (INDONESIAN) (2) GRAUSIG OFFICIAL STATEMENT (2) HELLBEYOND (BANDUNG) (1) HINIS (GARUT) (1) HITHEAD (SIDOARJO) (1) HORCAS (ARGENTINA) (1) HORDABINTHRA (SURABAYA) (1) HUMILIATION (SOREANG) (2) HYPOCHONDRIAC (BANDUNG) (2) ILLYRIA (AUSTRALIA) (1) IMMOLATION (USA) (1) IMMORTAL RITES (ENGLISH) (1) IMMORTAL RITES (INDONESIAN) (3) IMPLIED (BANDUNG) (4) IN PLACE OF HOPE (BANDUNG) (1) INFITAR (BOGOR) (1) INJECTED SUFFERAGE (BANDUNG) (1) INTERFECTORMENT (LEMBANG) (5) INTERFECTUS (TANGERANG) (1) INTERFICERE (BEKASI) (1) INTERNAL LEPROSY (PHILIPPINES) (3) INVERTED (BLITAR) (1) JAGAL (ENGLISH) (4) JAGAL (INDONESIAN) (2) JASAD (ENGLISH) (9) JASAD (INDONESIAN) (2) JIHAD (ENGLISH) (5) JIHAD (INDONESIAN) (1) JIKUNSPRAIN (JAKARTA) (1) KALUMAN (BANDUNG) (3) KEMBANG MAYANG (NGANJUK) (1) KILLHARMONIC (KEDIRI) (1) KODUSA (ENGLISH) (1) KODUSA (INDONESIAN) (1) KREMASI (MADURA) (1) KREMATIST (JAKARTA) (2) LECTERN (ITALY) (1) LUSTRAVI (USA) (2) MALAPETAKA (MALAYSIA) (1) MANDATORY (JOMBANG) (1) MATIANAK (USA) (1) MATICRUST (PHILIPPINES / UAE) (1) MATISURY (CIMANGGIS) (1) MEGALITHIC HEADHUNTER (MADURA) (1) MENSTRUAL DISCONSUMED (JAKARTA) (1) MORGUE SUPPLIER (USA) (2) MORTIFICATION (AUSTRALIA) (1) MURDER27 (JOGJAKARTA) (1) MURKA (BANDUNG) (1) MURTAD (BOGOR) (1) MUTILATION AGGRESSION (MADURA) (1) NATJAARD (SURABAYA) (1) NEMESIS (BANDUNG) (1) NERVAGUST (BANDUNG) (1) NIGHTSTALKER (BELGIUM) (1) OBITUARY (USA) (1) ONLY MACHINES REMAIN (AUSTRALIA) (1) OSIRIS (SIDOARJO) (1) OUTRIGHT (BANDUNG) (2) OVERDEATH (SIDOARJO) (1) OVERPOWER (KEDIRI) (1) PARGOCHY (MEDAN) (1) PEDOPHILIA (ENGLISH) (1) PEGAZUS (AUSTRALIA) (1) PROSATANICA (JAKARTA) (1) PSYCHONEUROTIC CONSPIRACY (MAKASSAR) (1) PULVERIZED (PHILIPPINES) (1) PURE WRATH (BEKASI) (1) PURGATORY (ENGLISH) (1) PURGATORY (INDONESIAN) (1) RAJAM (ENGLISH) (3) RAJAM (INDONESIAN) (2) RAMPAGE (KARAWANG) (1) REAX (JAKARTA) (1) RUINS OF ELYSIUM (BRAZIL) (1) RUMAHSAKITJIWA (BANDUNG) (1) S.A.B.O.R. (JAKARTA PUSAT) (1) SABAOTH (MANADO) (1) SADISTIC TORTURE (PADANG) (1) SAFFAR (ENGLISH) (3) SAFFAR (INDONESIAN) (1) SAINTS'N'SINNERS (CZECH REPUBLIC) (1) SARCASTIC (JAKARTA) (1) SATURNINE AUDIO (PHILIPPINES) (1) SEMINAL EMBALMMENT (AUSTRALIA) (1) SETHOS (BANDUNG) (3) SHADOW FOR MERCY (BANDA ACEH) (1) SICKLES (MADURA) (4) SIKSA KUBUR (ENGLISH) (1) SIKSA KUBUR (INDONESIAN) (1) SINUSITIS (CIJANTUNG) (1) SKULLPHUCK (AUSTRALIA) (1) SLAVEGOD (MALANG) (1) SOULSINFUL (MALANG) (1) SOULTAKER (METRO CITY) (1) SPIRAL SPECTRUM (BANDUNG) (1) STIGMATUARY (BANDUNG) (1) SUBVERSE (GARUT) (1) SUFFOCATION (USA) (1) SYMMETRIC ORGAN (GERMANY) (1) TANAH KUBUR (BOGOR) (2) TARING (BANDUNG) (1) TECHNIC KILL (TULUNGAGUNG) (1) TENGGOROKAN (KEDIRI) (3) TENGKORAK (ENGLISH) (2) TENGKORAK (INDONESIAN) (1) TENSIONS ARISE (AUSTRALIA) (1) THE BUSINESS (UK) (1) TURBIDITY (ENGLISH) (6) TURBIDITY (INDONESIAN) (3) TUSK (AUSTRALIA) (1) TYRANNICAL MIRROR (MADURA) (1) UNDEAD (MAJALENGKA) (1) UNDERGOD (ENGLISH) (2) UNDERGOD (INDONESIAN) (2) UNSCARRED (SURABAYA) (1) VALAFAR (ENGLAND) (1) VALERIAN (SURABAYA) (4) VEKTOR (USA) (1) VENDUZOR (SURABAYA) (2) VIRTUE (ENGLAND) (1) VOCTHRASH (JAKARTA) (1) VOMITOLOGY (PURWOKERTO) (2) WARHAMMER (ENGLISH) (1) WARHAMMER (INDONESIAN) (2) WARKVLT (BANDUNG) (1) WHIPLASH (JOGJAKARTA) (2) WOOLDOZER (ROMANIA) (1) YOUTHFULL AGGRESSION (BANDUNG) (1) ZAMHARIKILL (KUNINGAN) (1) ZYPHOYD (AUSTRALIA) (1)

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