1- Hello, thanks for answering to our questions. What are you guys currently up to?

We are just in the process of releasing our 3rd EP with war on music records, proofing a 4 band split live double album and writing our first full length.

2- First off, could you make some history of the band?

Could we make history? Fuckin’ hope so. Jerome, Adam and I (Dustan) all grew up together in Kelowna, BC. We moved to Vancouver separately and then reunited after our previous bands broke up. We were all frustrated and on the musical rebound and started writing some music. I had played shows with Rob’s old band and really liked his style. When his band collapsed we pulled him and we have been writing, fighting and drinking together ever since.


3- How could you describe your sound?

We have taken a great deal of time to find it. We still haven’t. From what’s been recorded so far I’d say we are heading towards a sludge/stoner vibe. We want to make music that makes people loose teeth in a pit but that you could also sit town with a cup of lavender tea on a Sunday morning and enjoy.


4- What are the band’s main musical influences?

Photo by Amy Ray Photography

We all listen to drastically different styles off music but there is some overlap and I think we draw from all of those places. Classic rock is huge, beer metal, post anything and our friends bands are probably pretty big influences.


5- How is the feedback for your new album being?

We have been getting a very positive response. It’s only been released to select few though.


6- And are your personally satisfied with the final outcome?

What we recorded is the best that we could have sounded at the time we recorded it. It’s impossible for any artist to look back on a final piece and not think “Oh I should have done this here or not done that there,” but Jesse Gander (our producer) did an amazing job and I can’t wait to get it out there.


7- How could you describe this opus in just 3 words?

Drug In-Spired


8- How has the production process for your new release been?

Working with the guys at Rain City Recording has been inspiring. Jesse Gander and Stu McKillop are true professionals who make it really easy to be comfortable, to perform, to criticize and to build an awesome release.


9- And how do you use to work on the songwriting?

Songs usually come from one of us bringing a riff to practice, the other three tearing it apart, and then some sort of mildly democratic decision being made as

to how it should sound. We are all strong willed and have our own vision for the music that we make and that tension within can be felt in our performances.


10 – Finally, what are you near-future plans?

Right now we are focusing heavily on writing our first full length album. We are approaching it as a hour long piece of music and trying to use the same dynamics that we fit in to songs on the grander scale of an album.


11- That’s all from our side, thanks again for taking your time to answer our questions. If you now want to add some final words; feel free to do it.

Hail Satan.





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