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Eagles of Death
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Eagles of Death Metal cancela su gira por Europa

La banda californiana ofrecía un show en el Bataclan, donde se llevó a cabo uno de los atentados a la Ciudad de Paris el pasado viernes.

Ante este hecho, el grupo musical Eagles of Death Metal tomó la decisión de cancelar su gira por el continente europeo, esta información se supo gracias al encargado de sus conciertos en Alemania. Entre los conciertos cancelados en Europa destacan los del 8 de diciembre en la sala Apolo ubicada en Barcelona y el 9 de diciembre en el Joy Eslava de Madrid.

A través de su página en la red social Facebook, el día viernes, la agrupación señalaba que estaban investigando si todos los miembros de la banda y del equipo se encontraban a salvo.

Eagles of Death Metal visitaría en diciembre países como: Suecia, Polonia, Hungría, Austria, Italia o Francia.

Su canal oficial en YouTube es: http://bit.ly/1kZwusN

Enter Reality
Australia/English

Enter Reality

Enter Reality began as a band in early 2012. We’re five everyday people from Sydney Australia with a passion for music. We are a five piece band consisting of two guitarist, Adam and myself, bassist Aaron and Kurt on the drums, and Rachel on vocals. The guys all played in a band called Simulacra before but reshuffled their line up and added a second guitaris, me. Rachel who played keys in the old band stepped up to the lead vocal role and an entirely different band was formed.   What song of yours is the one you like the most? My favourite song from the first EP is Persona. It was the first song we wrote. You can listen and download it for free on Soundcloud. How do you write your music? The music is a collaborative effort. The process usually begins with Adam, then we all work on arranging his ideas into songs. I’ve been recording pre-production for our second EP and we wrote it entirely on a computer in our studio using Ableton and a PodFarm. What influences do you have? We’re all into metal and I’d say it’s a very big influence on the band. We all listen to a lot of different styles of music but we’re also influenced by our environment and the state of the world and so that is a big influence on the music as well. What´s the best experience you have had with your project? For me I would say the best experience is getting out there and playing shows to people you don’t know and just doing the best you can. Being on the road with the band has been some of the best experiences I’ve ever had. Being on the road with the band has been some of the best experiences I’ve ever had   What plans do you have this year? We’re recording our second EP later in the year and have a single coming out in late june or early july. We all have careers outside the band so we’re always busy and can’t tour or play… Keep Reading

Ramiro Blanco3
Argentina/Español

Ramiro Blanco

Hacia varios años que tenia en mente la idea de hacer un disco solista e instrumental, pero siempre quise hacerlo cuando tuviera suficiente experiencia en cuanto a la realización de un disco. Esperaba lograr esto con mi banda anterior pero nunca se dio… Alrededor de Octubre del 2013 parecía el momento indicado para comenzar un proyecto de disco. Tenia las canciones, y mi hermano, Ignacio García Blanco, se sumo para producir el disco, conseguimos al baterista/drum doctor, Pato Nieto y arrancamos con las grabaciones casi sin darnos cuenta. ¿Cuál es su canción favorita? Realmente no tengo una favorita, todas tienen por lo menos algo que me gusta, algo que me hace acordar cuanto me costo grabarla o algo que termino saliendo por suerte. Pero como tengo que elegir una, voy a ir con la única que tiene algo de letra, `A veces la pierdo`. Al principio del tema se puede escuchar una frase muy distorsionada que dice: “Sanity is a relative term. Very very few people are sane all through. Almost everybody has corners where they are mad.” Es un audio del filosofo Bertrand Russell, y esta frase le da el titulo al disco “Corners where we are mad”. “Sanity is a relative term. Very very few people are sane all through. Almost everybody has corners where they are mad.” Es un audio del filosofo Bertrand Russell, y esta frase le da el titulo al disco “Corners where we are mad”. ¿Cómo componen su música? Yo no cuento con un método fijo. Muchas canciones se terminan años después de comenzarlas, otras canciones salen de unir ideas que salieron en momentos totalmente diferentes. En el caso de este disco, muchas canciones simplemente tuve que terminar algunas partes, lo cual puede ser complicado, encontrar una melodía que encaje con el resto del tema y que al mismo tiempo me guste, esto me llevo bastante tiempo. ¿Cuáles son sus influencias? Son varias realmente pero no son tan notorias como realmente me gustaría. Mis influencias principales son Joe Satriani, Michael Schenker, Allan Holdsworth entre otros guitarristas, también por ejemplo una influencia importante son los… Keep Reading

Postculture
English/United Kingdom

Postculture

POSTCULTURE was founded late 2013 by Matt Glover (bass) and brothers Jon (drums) & Tom Battye (guitar/electronics). Currently based in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire (UK). Originally meeting at high school in 2001, Matt & Tom have played in numerous bands together from 2006 onwards – most notably Leeds based death metal fourpiece, Disfracture, between 2010 and 2013. What song of yours is the one you like the most? We’ve been scouring Yorkshire for fresh faces, new sounds and the best underground artists over the past twelve months and our debut album features numerous collaborations including Adam Taylor (The Dunwells) and Rose Wheeler & Tanisha Badman (Felka). Here’s an exclusive sneak peak of “Sunsound” – a track from the debut album (due Summer 2015) – featuring the incredible talent of special guest vocalist, Anna Shotter: Come and dance with me under the summer sun Have no fear now baby, our love has just begun Come and dance with me under the summer sun Have no fear now love, our lives are just beginning Come and see me when your work is done Come and move with me under The summer sun Oh darling if you wander by Walk the ocean shore and find A little love, a little loving Oh darling if you wander by We can walk the ocean shore Find a little love Come and see me when your work is done Come and move with me under The summer sun Come and move with me under the summer sun Baby won’t you come and see me When your work is done (Music © A.Shotter/J.Battye/M.Glover/T.Battye, lyrics © A.Shotter) How do you write your music? All Postculture music is written from live improvisations by Jon, Matt & Tom. Ideas are recorded, listened back and developed as instrumentals. Using rough working demos we can then approach guest artists for their input. This usually happens online and upon positive feedback, we meet in person to continue writing. Long-distance collaborations are only possible with regularly updated demos of a song, so no-matter how rough, we ensure everything we do is recorded! What influences do… Keep Reading

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Australia/English

Nathan Lomas

I began writing/recording back in 2012. I’ve always loved the idea of songwriting and how it is limitless, you can write a song 50 different ways. I am a solo artist, so i write and play all the parts to my songs. I guess it works best as i can play what i hear in my head. Sometimes parts can take weeks to come together, its all about patience… What song of yours is the one you like the most? – My best song is definitely Far From You. You can listen/buy it on iTunes. What influences do you have? – I listen to so many different artists. I’d have to say Dave Grohl is a massive influence of mine. Just how passionate he is about music inspires me all the time. Another would be Anthony Green. His lyrical abilities are amazing. Acoustically i love City and Colour, his songwriting capabilities are so genuine. What´s the best experience you have had with your project? – Being able to meet so many amazing people through my music. So of the best experiences of my life have been playing gigs/hanging out with people who just love music. What else could you ask for? What plans do you have this year? – I’m currently recording my debut EP ‘Stupid Things’ to be released later this year. I’ve got all brand new material on it that is by far the best I’ve ever written. I can’t wait to share it with everyone. Mention something you don´t like about your project. – I sometimes feel like because i write all the songs/music, it can get a bit boring/similar to myself and others. I constantly look for new ways to write a song. I don’t believe in the “formula” writing of a song. A song should come straight from your soul, you should be able to listen back to it and think “wow did i really write this”. A song should come straight from your soul, you should be able to listen back to it and think “wow did i really write this”… Mention the biggest… Keep Reading

English/United Kingdom

Inspired

The project began around the same time I left school in 2007. It’s just been something to work on and enjoy in my spare time. I’ve been playing and recording in a few bands since around that time, so this has been my own personal thing. What song of yours is the one you like the most? This is a difficult one, but I’d probably have to say ‘Our Winter’ from the album ‘Autobiography’ because it is about good friends and reminds me of good times in a bittersweet sort of way. How do you write your music? I have no idea. I find it really hard to try and write music, the best stuff usually comes out of nowhere when you least expect it! What influences do you have? Some of my more prominent influences would probably be the likes of Elliott Smith/Heatmiser, John Frusciante, Joey Cape/Lagwagon. I listen to a wide range of music so my main influences are always changing! What´s the craziest experience you have had with your project? It’s pretty much just me, so there isn’t that much craziness in that sense! Although sometimes one person’s crazy is enough! It’s pretty much just me, so there isn’t that much craziness in that sense! Although sometimes one person’s crazy is enough! What plans do you have next? I’m not really one for making many plans for the future. I think I will keep doing what I am doing, maybe record another album if I can find the time, who knows! Mention something you don´t like about your project. I am a very self-critical person so I really don’t like listening back to my songs, I always seem to find faults with the sound, one of the instrument tracks or with the vocals. It drives me crazy! It is one of the reasons why I recorded ‘Autobiography’ by myself in my bedroom. That way I knew that I could take as much time as I needed and could re-record as much as I liked without bothering anyone else! Mention the biggest sacrifice you did for your project.… Keep Reading

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