Σάββατο, 17 Οκτωβρίου 2009

Satus Interview



From the U.S.A. comes another Black Metal Horde called Satus!A country with a very strong Underground scene that is growing bigger day by day,month by month and is a big resistance to the mainstream Nu(no)metal scene that is born there!If you are not connected to their Underground way of life then you'd better go and read a Playboy or a Penthouse! magazine.The questions are answered by Fel and Belleme of Satus.



HC:Hail To You Brothers.Tell a few things about the band start.Why did you form a band and what do you want to succeed with that?
Belleme – We began this band originally in winter of 2004 to express our love for this music, and the ideas that empower it – heathenism and spiritual darkness. We did not reveal our music until mid 2005, keeping our labors secret.

HC:So far you have a full-length album a demo and a split with Taliesin.Are satisfied with them and if you could change something what it could be?
Fel – Most of the music we’ve put out I’m completely satisfied with. We’ve been in the process of creating a full length for about a year now, and the split with Taliesin I enjoy performing live.

HC:Where they can find black Metal fans your Full-length album?
Fel – When are good and ready to put it out.

HC:What is your opinion About the world-wide black metal scene?
Belleme – I feel that is strong, and getting stronger every year. I am always learning about new underground acts appearing in countries all over the world. The message is not going away anytime soon.

HC:In which bands you like to be a part(old and new)?
Fel – I’m happy to be in Satus. The founding Black Metal bands gave their contributions to the music, and I’d be happy to give mine.

HC:When did you first come in contact with the black metal scene and what was the first album you bought?Do you still listen to that?
Fel – My first contact with Black Metal was through Belleme, but the first Black Metal album I bought was Dimmu Borgir’s “Death Cult Armageddon”. And yes, I still do listen to it.
Belleme – My first Black Metal albums were taped versions of Satyricon’s “Shadowthrone” and Hecate Enthroned’s “The Slaughter of Innocence” when I was fourteen. I occasionally still listen to Satyricon.


HC:What do you have these days in your cd/lp player?
Fel – Agalloch “The Mantle”, Emperor “Prometheus”, Dimmu Borgir “Spiritual Black Dimensions”, Windir “1184”.
Belleme – The Hidden Hand – “Mother, Teacher, Destroyer”, Wolf Eyes “Human Animal”, Nile “Annihilation of the Wicked”, the Xasthur/Leviathan split album.

You have said a lot of times that you are proud for your European roots.Which are the European civilizations-people appeal to you?
Belleme – It is the myths and spirituality of my Norse heritage that inspires me.
Fel – The Nordic and Germanic in mine.

What reminds you the following words –
a)black metal

Fel – Part on, that’s two words.(Hey Clever!!..Έξυπνε)
Belleme – Few understand it.
b)death metal
Fel – Brutality unfolds.(εδώ δεν έχουμε άλλη εξυπνάδα?)
Belleme – Deep sound, bowels of the Earth.
c)satan
Fel – Stereotypical Image no. 1.
Belleme – I can’t answer that one.
d)pagan?
Fel – Poseurs.
Belleme – It’s the awakening of old memories, a voice of the disappearing forests.
HC:Thanx for the interview brothers!
You’re welcome.
BLOOD AND SOIL

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