Who are you and what do you do in your band?
My name is Nick and I play drums in Towering Abomination
When/where was your band formed?
While the full line up our band came together in march of 2015, Steve the guitarist and I have been working on it since nov 2013
Why did you choose to play Death Metal?
Because its fun
How do you compose your music? Does only one guy do everything or does everyone contribute?
Steve usually brings the riffs and song structure, I provide the drums and sometimes the song titles/content ideas and gus our vocalist writes the lyrics and vocal patterns
Tell us about your lyrics, writing, inspiration etc.
We usually just write songs/lyrics about fucked up stuff. Inspiration can come from horror movies, trips to the aquarium or just our own demented imaginations.
You released your debut EP – Wrath Of The Succubus, in 2015. Tell us about it.
Recorded in January 2015 at 608 studios by just me and Steve, with steve doing the vocals and guitars, myself on the drums and the bass was programmed. The song ”Wrath of the Succubus” is based on the first short from the movie VHS about a succubus who dismembers 3 drunken horny dudes. The 3 songs on the ep will also be featured, remastered, on our debut self-titled album coming out May 7th on Twin Town Tyrant Records.
How do you see the state of Death Metal music these days in your country and in general?
Death metal seems to be in a good state with many of the old school heavy hitters coming back as well as new bands coming to light. The death metal scene is incredibly supportive and on the rise in the underground.
What are your long term plans as a band? What do you want to achieve?
We intend to do this for as long as possible and to take it as far as we can. We hope to one day have the band support itself (and maybe us) financially, but until then we will do anything to keep it going.
Name an other Death Metal band from your country that everyone should hear.
glutton for punishment or any band on Twin Town Tyrant records
Thank you very much for reaching out to us and doing what you do. It is people like you who keep the underground alive, we appreciate it dearly.