Interview with Lindsay Schoolcraft
…the band combines passionate vocals with a top notch blend of influences woven through their melodic death base, to call attention to the destruction being visited on the earth through the havok of mankind.
A day before their third album was set for release, I talked with Serena Cherry and Liam Phelan of Svalbard. What unfolded was a conversation about the sexism that exists within music publications, sketches of the band members as dogs, the final shows before the Covid lockdown, and the spectacular graphics of video games in 2001.
Schultzie interviews Linnéa Olsson of Maggot Heart.
…a melodic/raw black metal duo from Anchorage, and I believe their setting is extremely important to how their music seems so effortless, when talking about how coldness and organic nature of their sound.
While the band is musically ugly, confrontational, and catastrophic, it is ultimately just the Mad Max vehicle for their message.
the obvious answer is rage, and the band certainly rages on The Revolution Will Not Be Televised But It Will Be Heard.
Schultzie talks to Johanna Sadonis from Lucifer
“So, in essence, the whole concept of Mystras is about reclaiming.”