Alex Krull On "Okkult": "Bringing All The Good Spices To Make A New Soup"
Band Photo: Atrocity (?)
On April 22, 2013, I interviewed Alexander Krull, the frontman for Atrocity and Leaves' Eyes. We discussed Atrocity's new album "Okkult" (see review over at this location), the first of a trilogy about historical stories involving occultism. The album marks the band's return to the extreme metal of its roots and away from the gothic/industrial side that has been prevalent over the much of the last decade.
Krull discusses the stories, the new video for "Pandæmonium," the opening track of the album (see video over here, and the band's return to its death metal roots.
The transcribed edition of this interview is currently pending, but now I present the audio version here:
Carl Frederick is a staff writer for Metal Underground.com. From the early to mid-90's, Carl published his own fanzine called C.R.O.M. In 1997, he released a compilation entitled "CROM: The Resurrection of True Metal," which featured songs from bands from around the world, including the first U.S. release of any kind for bands like Italy's Rhapsody (n/k/a Rhapsody of Fire) and Brazil's Angra. Follow Carl on Facebook and Twitter: @CROMCarl.
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