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10th
Oct 05

Evergreen Terrace

Hardcore with singing bits, punkrock bits and metal bits.
ENGuest: Jason

Evergreen Terrace - Jason (Bass) - 10.10. Matrix, Bochum

NC-Radagast: Please describe in a few words the still of your band. What kind of music?

ET (Jason): Hardcore. Hardcore with singing bits, punkrock bits and metal bits. Yeah, I think were play metalcore, but were all come out of a punkrock background.

NC-Radagast:
Was there anything special on he tour so far? Was there anything special that had happend?

ET (Jason): The tour is beeing amazing and teh show in belgium last night was one of the bigger shows of the tour and was one of the crazyerst shows we ever played. Kids were a lot of staigediving and we had a good time.

NC-Radagast: When was the first time you play here in germany? Was the pressure fest the first?

ET (Jason): No, we were sorry, but we must have canceld the pressure fest.

NC-Radagast: Tell us sth. about the new album. What is the topic of it?

ET (Jason): The titel is a satire of a Robbin Williams Song. But the topic is a about the whole music industrie or harcore industrie if you want. The scene has changed and it looks like people just repackaging rebellion and sell it to the people. It?s not really about making a change in anyones life or your own. It?s just about selling records. I don?t know like it?s here but in the states it?s more about selling records then of thinking about what it should handle about. It?s just a giving of things that hardcore kids or metalkids wanted to hear.

NC-Radagast: What are the main differnce between the new album and the "buried alive by time"-album?

ET (Jason): Jeah, we were a lot younger but know the recording is better. There are three years between it. We were a little more pissed of on the old record and when we wrote the stuff we were a little bit more mad.

NC-Radagast: Are you planing another album like the "writers block"-album?

ET (Jason): Probably not. I mean, that was of kind of like "we did it and we thought it would be funny". It?s not a funny record, but we thought it would be cool to make it, but people say "oh god, why do you make a coveralbum?". Some people like, some not. Maybe we make a nother, but we do not planing it.

NC-Radagast: Is it very special to play here in germany?

ET (Jason): It?s different then i the states. In my town there are three ore four hardcore shows a week. So I guess when here is a hardcore show it?s a little bit more special and the people enjoy it more.

NC-Radagast: Is there soth. you want to say to the people who are reading or magazine?

ET (Jason): Donno, keep on reading!

Autor: Radagast
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