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British music channel Scuzz has recently uploaded interviews with bands that played at the recent British Download Festival 2008 in Donington Park. The interviews up so far on their site, Scuzz.com, are In Flames, 36 Crazyfists, Coheed & Cambria, Children Of Bodom, HIM, Ash, Brigade, Biffy Clyro, A Day To Remember and Jimmy Eat World with more to uploaded soon.
- In Flames
- 36 Crazyfists
- Coheed And Cambria
- Children Of Bodom
- Biffy Clyro
- A Day To Remember
- Jimmy Eat World
The black metal band, Ash, have reformed and posted a new song entitled "Bleeding Horror" on their Myspace page in addition with the following update:
"As it stands now there are only two things that can be said about the future of Ash. One is that new demo material has already begun to take form and as always the material is in good hands. Borg has laid the foundation for more Ash material to come and it will not disappoint a single fucking one of you I am sure. Secondly, the two of us have long been discussing getting things rolling once more and properly this time around. It looks as though we may be able to make that happen sometime this year. We want to thank all of you for the constant support and belief in this band, you're the main reason we're even able to consider coming back. This time we want more, a lot more, and we hope that you will stick around for Act II...it will be a killer.
Black metalers Ash posted a message on their myspace regarding their split-up:
"Regarding the split of Ash:
What can I say people? I wish things could have turned out for the better for this band's future but as of right now I have no good news to give really. As most of you know weve been having difficulty in our personal lives that have prevented us from really getting this project off the ground. After recording one solid release in a firestorm of energy our lives split Borg and I apart for quite a while. We recently were able to get back to a workable situation but in the end it was not right for Borg to be living in this area, so he has returned home and has decided to pursue other prospects. I wish him well in everything he does but I must of course say that I am sorry that Ash will now be set in the background for an undetermined amount of time. In a lot of respects the band is dead now and should probably just stay that way, as much as it pains me to see such potential unrealized sometimes things just arent meant to be.
Perhaps someday down the road we will be able to give it a go one more time, I would still like to see this music performed and played around the world, it was always my intention to do so. In the meantime I will be joining an old friend in the Baltimore area and his newly formed band. I will bring more details about that in the future but you can be goddamn sure that the spirit of this band is not dead and the end is not in sight for me or for what Borg and I started with Ash.
So for now, I would like to hear your suggestions for this page. There are nine tracks from the Boneyard demo, how about you all let me know what you would like to be put on this page from here on out. Popular vote will decide it. I will make occasional updates and you are more than welcome to inquire about Borgs projects as well as my own. I will do my best to keep everyone informed. More info soon about ordering what we have left of shirts and if any of you do not have the demo let me know, I will do what I can to get you a copy.
Thank you from the bottom of my cold, black heart people. I will never regret my time here and what was created with Ash. I will see you all soon in some form or another. Heavy fucking metal will always reign.