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Black Hole Theory Working On New Album

Indian death metal band Black Hole Theory were interviewed by Indiavarta.com. Here are some excerpts:

Q. What is the story of the Black Hole Theory? When did it start?

We formed a band in 2002. We did not know each other earlier. All of us met at a local pub and that’s where we actually planned things. We have not looked back since then!

Q. How do you differ from other rock bands in the country?

Well, we play a slightly different genre than a normal metal band. We play “death metal with a twist”. Here’s a simple explanation for what I mean by twist, we play something that falls under the title of “death metal” and the sub genre of death metal. That would mean melodic black, black metal, grind core, and thrash death and technical death.

All the songs differ from each other. If one song is fast, the other will be slow melodic yet heavy. That’s how different we are from all the other bands.

Q. Have you cut any album?

We released “Black Hole Theory” in 2004. It was recorded at our guitarist’s place but that was a rough album. It was given free to all our fans and friends. It was fun putting it together and we got some good responses from Bangalore, Mumbai and Pune.

Currently, we are focusing on our full-length album “Bringer of Light”. This will be released in mid- 2007. It will have some of our old tracks from the first LP.

Q. It is said that rock bands hardly get support from the recording companies. If so, how do you market your music?

That’s true. India has very few bands. No label comes forward to market us but that’s all right!! We can market our work by selling our CDs at local rock shows or through our network of friends in different cities.

Q. Do you have any plans for the immediate future ?

As of now, we are working on our new album. We have six songs ready and are composing three more to complete the album. As soon as the album work is complete, we will start our tour to promote our album. Let’s hope everything falls in place.

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