Throughout years we have been lucky enough to have our words published on most of our favorite print and web-zines and I’ve always enjoyed answering those interviews since they were mostly really interesting. These final interviews were fun too but somehow I felt like I’d ran out of things to say. That is not necessarily a bad thing though, as it might as well be the sign that this was actually a good time to do some research in new areas and focus on new ideas.
So, these are the last interviews we’d done before we broke up: one with the ever-dedicated Nihilistic Holocaust and the other with Executioner (in Porteguese language!). Thanks a lot to Gabriel and Jeroni!
EDIT: By the way, below is the list of aforementioned new records that I enjoyed last year but wouldn’t appeal to Nihilistic’s readers:
ARCTIC FLOWERS “Procession” 12″
“Reveries” had set the expectations so high that it took me a while to get into this new EP; although once I did, there was no turning back. These new tunes lean towards dark post-punk vein, while the mentioned LP and the earlier stuff had a lot more punkrock vibe to them. Late-night/before-dawn type of stuff.
BOY “Mutual Friends” LP
German/Swiss mainstream pop duo. Everyone hated me for playing this whenever I get the chance and I still listen to it quite often, even after million spins.
CRUSADES “Parables” 7″
Yet another great record from this Canadian unholy hardcore band after the first full 7″ and an amazing LP, which was easily one the records I had listened to most in last couple of years.
KALASHNIKOV “La città dell’ultima paura!” 12″
This band makes even the word “fascismo” sound so nice that they will be partially responsible if I ever learn the Italian language. Didn’t really like the new 7″ but this takes off from where they’d left with the last LP which I am still not done with digesting. Nice picture disc too.
NO MORE ART “Tough to Breathe” 7″
Female-fronted punk/rock. The demo tape had ruled, these two new tunes don’t disappoint either.
VANNA INGET “Allvar” LP
Honestly, they didn’t really catch me in the beginning. However, I found myself listening to the album over and over again when I got back to it a few weeks later. I am not sure how indie they are but both “Tickande Bomb”, “Allvar” and that opening track on the 7″ must be on the Swedish radio already.
Also not to forget NO WEATHER TALKS Demo Tape, FOTON KUŞAĞI Live in Istanbul, BIKINI KILL 12″ re-issue and fuck knows what else.