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

Cheers, Thanks for interviewing us. Currently, we are focusing on promoting our EP Soul Rot, and trying to book some killer shows.

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

Around new-years of 2011, Adam, our lead guitarist and main songwriter talked to me about a project that he was starting, a thrashy death metal band. I had done some vocals in some projects before, and wanted to be a part of it. We both knew Richard, our other guitarist and had just met Max, our bassist. It was only a short time before we convinced Vaedis to play drums for us. Everything sort of fell into place. Adam already had the moniker in mind, and we went forward with it.


3- How could you describe your sound?

I think we’ve always described our sound as Thrashy Death Metal. We feel that balancing parts that have a groove or thrash vibe with parts that are more brutal and assaulting make the songs more dynamic and the parts more effective.


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

Our main influences range from the classic American Death Metal bands such as Deicide, Morbid Angel and Immolation to Polish bands such as Vader and old Decapitated. There is also a pervading Swedish influence from bands such as Necrophobic, Dissection, etc.


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

So far it’s been great. We’re still trying to get it out to people. It’s been showing up on a lot of European download sites, which I suppose means that someone is looking for it and paying attention.


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

Absolutely. This album finally expresses what Disfigurement is.


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

Nihilistic Assault.


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

It was great. Recording always takes longer that one would hope, but it was well worth it. We worked with Scott Prian on all of the tracking, and it sounded great. After we sent it to Dan Klein from Arcane Audio, to be mixed by some fresh ears, it was incredible sounding. We had it mastered over at Enormous Door, and we can’t imagine it sounding any heavier.


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

Adam writes most all of the music, recording it as he composes it. He’ll show it to everyone and get input on it, but mostly the music is written by him. I hear the songs as he’s working on them, and we talk about the ideas behind the song. When I receive the skeleton for the song I write all of the lyrics based on the feel of the song and the underlying idea. Everyone puts their own signature on how the song is played, but that is the main process.


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

We are trying to get out and play more in support of the album, including festivals. We are hoping that we generate interest enough to get some support from a label so that we may tour or begin recording a full length 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.

Thank you for taking the interest and interviewing us. We want to give a special thanks to Spain’s very own Mr. Juanjo Castellano for doing such an amazing job on both of our album covers. Also to Sam Leyja for making it possible to put out this EP. You can purchase it here: http://www.boris-records.com/ Please visit us on Facebook as well: https://www.facebook.com/DisfigurementMetal and http://disfigurement.bandcamp.com/



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