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Life In Shadow Interviews and Features

Below are our features and interviews with Life In Shadow.

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Interview With Mark Jenkins From Life In Shadow

Having formed originally in 2003, like any hard working band, LIFE IN SHADOW, has gone through its share of changes. But they have managed to keep all their wheels on the tracks still in their highly competetive local music scene of Illinois, and have come up with a very impressive demo that has started to stir quite the commotion among the truest of metalers. They have a slew of upcoming shows, including appearing on the Hell Fest bill in Sheffield, Illinois on October 28th with many other great underground acts. I am pleased to have gotten in some time with their bass player, Mark Jenkins, who was cool enough to answer some questions I had for him.

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Interview With Life In Shadow's Josh Abbott

Bolingbrook, Illinois has a serious death metal act on its hands with LIFE IN SHADOW. This is a band that refuses to just go all out with the blast beat and takes extra careful consideration on their songwriting. They have been making some solid noise on their local club scene and seem to be gaining a pretty strong momentum right now. They have hands down one of the most talented young metal drummers out of the underground in young Josh Abbott, and so I am real happy to have a chance to interview this hard-hitter. More...

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Interview With Scott Mills Of Life In Shadow

Bolingbrook, Illinois' death metal act, Life In Shadow, has a purely unique sound in a genre, much like black metal, that seems to have pretty much run its course at this point. The band consists of Scott Mills on lead guitar/backup vocals, Mark Ebbers on lead vocals, S810 on rhythm guitar, Mark Jenkins on bass/backup vocals and Josh Abbott on drums. They have been steadily creating quite a commotion this year on the true metal underground scene. They are being embraced by hundreds upon thousands of fans, be it on the road or on the web at their MySpace music profile and seem to be putting themselves in a very strong position now moving forward to climb to the top of their genre as one of death metal's hottest indepenent acts. I spent some time recently doing Q&A with their lead guitar player, Scott Mills.
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