Kommandant: The Toilet ov Hell Interview

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“We have met the enemy, and he has become us.” The guitarist and band founder answers some questions about the new album coming in April, recording their music, and the perks of wearing a gas mask onstage.

Chicago’s instantly-identifiable Kommandant are an intimidatingly powerful live presence: band members are clad in full-head gas masks and black mid-century military garb. The vocalist, standing behind a raised black lectern, wears similar attire while appearing with his face shrouded in black and occasionally beneath a crown of spiked barbed wire. Onstage there is no banter, no milling about, no stopping for a sip of beer or fussing with amps. You won’t hear “you guys are a great audience!” or “tip your bartender!” at Kommandant shows. Between songs, band members are motionless, facing the crowd at full attention with hands behind their backs, primed for the next assault. They appear ready for an apocalypse at any moment. Check out this performance at Saint Vitus in Brooklyn from 2012.

A part of the US black metal scene since 2005, Kommandant released their first demo Iron Hands on Scandinavia in 2006, as well as two additional full-length albums (2008’s Stormlegion and 2012’s The Draconian Archetype) and numerous other EPs, demos and samplers in that time. Their music is bleak, raw, unflinching and uncompromising, rejecting trends and forging its own path. Their newest full-length, The Architects of Extermination, will be available on April 27th and features appropriately propagandistic artwork by illustrator Francesco Gemelli.

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Here’s a preview:

I reached out to Kommandant’s founder/guitarist James Bresnahan via facebook, who was cool enough to answer some questions about what the septet have been up to lately.

Your new album (available April 27th) is titled The Architects of Extermination. What is the central concept or idea behind this title?

Kommandant is art reflecting mankind… we have met the enemy, and he has become us.

Does this album build upon the concepts established in your previous albums, or is it something different entirely?

I believe that it does have a relationship with our previous album, The Draconian Archetype, which dealt with the theoretic application of a historic pragmatism to modern society. Both Draconian and our new record reflect my personal disgust towards the current state of modern man and society; no honor, no loyalty, no discipline, no respect, no confidence… only arrogance and passive aggressiveness. Everyone cannot and does not have the ability to be the leader. The concept that everyone is the same and that all deserve exactly the same is absurd, and only brings closer the downfall… as mankind walks hand in hand towards slavery, stumbling blind in the forest, directionless and without a true leader.

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How long have you been with your current label, ATMF, and how have they supported Kommandant’s music?

For a few years now. We have appreciated their stance of 100% non-censorship, a stance which I feel may become vital for us to be able to function into the future. We have already begun to feel the stranglehold of censorship by being excluded from certain publications. Metal music has become whitewashed and sterilized for the most part, as most of you are probably well aware of by now. Society is never comfortable with a dissonant voice, and the reaction is usually an attempt at censorship; an attempt to squash what they cannot understand to be a possible path towards enlightenment.

Where did you record The Architects of Extermination?

Belle City Sound.

Tell me a bit about the recording process for this album. Did Kommandant try new things in the studio, or did you use methods that have served you well in the past?

The approach on this album was different from our previous work in the sense that, aside from the obvious necessary production values, we used very little editing of the actual performances. The result is a far more atmospheric and haunting representation of the band. From the artwork to the music, the entire package, this is our best work and I am extremely proud of it.

What has been your favorite touring experience so far?

I haven’t had my favorite tour yet. Perhaps I can report back with this at the end of 2015.

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What is the biggest challenge of playing with seven band members?

There isn’t one. I see our unorthodox lineup as a great asset. There is something about multiple partners with the same goal in mind, moving as one, that gives you an incredible sense of confidence when onstage. Every member is of equal high value, in unquestionable support of one another. My men are the best in the world. Come see us live and see if you disagree with me.

What is the best and/or worst thing about wearing a gas mask onstage?

Wearing the gas mask is dehumanizing for the viewer and de-individualizing for the wearer. We are cogs in the machine. Kommandant is an impersonal, inorganic entity. This is the best attribute to this aesthetic. Additionally, I have always been impressed by large groups wearing identical clothing, so this was an obvious influence of mine brought to fruition. Many bands wear gas masks and black neo-militant clothing, but not in the context in which we present it.

Given the visual intensity of Kommandant’s stage presence, what is the best feedback you’ve received after a show?

A fan in California once told me “please continue and never stop what you are doing.” This sticks with me always.

Any plans for 2015?

Yes. We are planning on a tour of the East and Southeast United States, and The Architects Of Extermination will finally be unleashed in April on ATMF. The initial pressing, containing an elaborate digipak layout, will consist of seven songs plus a bonus track, unique to this pressing only, with a total running time of approximately 45 minutes. The vinyl version will be released under license to Art Of Propaganda.

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Check out Kommandant on facebook and at their official website

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  • CyberneticOrganism

    Just to be clear, this is NOT a Nazi/NSBM band. Read their statement about it on their website: http://kommandant.us/propaganda

    • this doesn’t open to me. it says something about a pársec error. no se qué pasa.

      • CyberneticOrganism

        We noticed that earlier too, I told the band about it and they’re looking into it.

    • HessianHunter

      Same, and I’m in ‘Merica

  • That is some seriously powerful music. Wow
    I dig the podium on stage too!

  • Great interview, robot. His answers were both informative and at times unintentionally lolzy.

    • CyberneticOrganism

      I respect the hell out of bands that take their shit seriously. No goofing off or wearing capes onstage. No Manowar “real men = loincloths” motherfuckery either. Just no-bullshit intense black metal.

    • Reposted Avenged Sevenfold Fan

      He is a fluffy ball of cuddles and I call dibs.

      – Ben Hall, 5 months ago

  • VVayne Brady

    I’m checking out The Draconian Archetype now. Pretty cool. Thanks for sharing this. Great interview.

  • Guacamole Jim

    This interview was really interesting. Very cool thoughts about how our society views leadership and what it means to be an individual.

    • I would love to start a conversation on here about what we all think “individualism” means to each of us. Maybe not today though.

      • I didn’t understood too much their individualism perspective because language barrier and I don’t want to misunderstand it as mere fascism. What do you think the vocalist tried to say with second answer?

        • You know I am not sure Link. He is kinda rambling (in the second answer). I would like to read what he has to say if he was given more time to elaborate on what he was trying to convey to us….
          GL

        • Guacamole Jim

          There’s a lot of cultural baggage tied into it as well, so be aware of that. But what he’s saying is not fascistic per say, but it is a direct challenge to current cultural norms in the West; cultural norms that advocate absolute equality (which is a very simplistic way of viewing diverse groups of peoples, to say the least), cultural norms that tell everyone that they’re able to be a leader (the problems here are obvious). Basically what he’s challenging, as I see it, is the inherent arrogance born into Western children that by virtue of their birth they are being persecuted if and when they’re not as good as someone else.

          Which isn’t to say that I agree or disagree (before anyone responds angrily to this!). This is just my interpretation of his words. I do think he raises a point worthy of consideration.

          • oh.. so, you think it’s more about the system and not about the fascist point of view of strong leadership? excuse the question, I have a headache and it’s kind of difficult to understand political topics in english.

          • Guacamole Jim

            Exactly. I don’t believe he’s advocating for one supreme and glorious leader, but he is challenging the idea that everyone has the ability to be a leader (which he claims is causing humanity to walk “. . .hand in hand towards slavery, stumbling blind in the forest, directionless and without a true leader.”)

          • I re-readed the piece and I think your guess is supported by this another quote:

            ” There is something about multiple partners with the same goal in mind, moving as one, that gives you an incredible sense of confidence when onstage. Every member is of equal high value, in unquestionable support of one another. My men are the best in the world”

          • Guacamole Jim

            Exactly. The presence of the band as a force, as an artistic unit rather than individuals (because how often do people worship certain individuals in bands?) reinforces his statements about leadership.

          • The part about “everyone has the ability to be a leader” is interesting to me. Personally I have always believed this. But, I didn’t know people thought of “westerners” as having the ability to be “leaders”. Interesting.

          • Guacamole Jim

            I don’t think it’s so much that “westerners are leaders” as it is “westerners believe everyone is a leader” that he’s challenging.

          • well, the “I can be a leader” competitive part of the system have screw us a lot. I can totally see why they’re making such a political statement.

            I’m cool with that.

          • Well, my opinion is that people put up a facade of being a leader/individual etc. In the end, we are all just critters who tick the same exact way. So when shit hits the fan we turn to a true leader. Does this make any sense?

          • isn’t that a biological view, mr. GL? When certain things happens we got triggered by a hormone cocktail or something like that?

          • I am not sure if you want to consider it a biological view. But rather a basic “animalistic?” view? Kinda like a hierarchy view of dominance in a society? I will have to think of a better wording and get back with you….

          • Nordling Writes ov USBM

            This is an interesting converstaion. Can we have this when I am sober? Please! Right now I am just going to say that I have more faith in a strong leader than a multitude of leaders or such and I would rather see my country lead by one man for better than see it continue as it is. Somewhat along the lines of this man here.

          • Nordling Writes ov USBM

            Alzo edited it a little bit.

          • I tend to think having faith in a group of leaders is more important than a single leader. A good organization (or country) should be derived of multiple inputs/characteristics of many leaders. Not an individual. My 2cents!

          • Nordling Writes ov USBM

            I would like to believe in that. But I have never seen it work for a long enough time. This is why I have little faith in it. Once a new multitude needs to be chosen, will enough people be up to it again.

      • Guacamole Jim

        It would be a fascinating dialoge (provided it remained a dialogue and didn’t degenerate into internet anger). The role of the individual vs. the role of the collective is something that interests me deeply.

        • Fascinating indeed! I am so excited about it that I cannot figure out what to type. lol!

          • Guacamole Jim

            @CyberneticOrganism:disqus If you’re ever able to interview Kommandant again, can you ask him to expound on his views of the individual?

        • Dagon

          I hate modern collectivism, but I would be willing to calm my individualistic jimmies and stay put. I love discussing this stuff but sometimes I can be passionate. Which is totally an euphemism for asshole.

        • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

          Not much fear of it falling into FFB-isms and “my daddy can beat up your daddy” Youtube comments. People here seem to get along nicely, at least for the most part.

      • Dagon

        Count me in.

    • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

      As Supreme Leader, I know that drill all too well. It’s hard being the sexiest, most handsomest, mightiest freely elected leader in the universe.

  • zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
    • What do you think on the band’s view on the individualism and leadesrhip posture of this band, mr. zzzzzz?

      • zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

        these guys are gonna be huge stars

  • XBILEBEARDX

    Very much dope, co

  • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

    Local legends even outside of the (incredibly small, oddly enough) black metal scene in Chicago. First time I’ve heard anyone mention them outside of there, but yeah. they’re featured in The Chicago Reader (Chicago’s biggest free paper alongside Red Eye) and several other free papers almost weekly and have quite a following.

    • CyberneticOrganism

      Not hard to believe, they’re pretty badass

      • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

        Haven’t heard anything of them being accused of being NSBM though. Probably the same idiots though who threatened to bomb the Death In June show and get it boycotted. Gotta love people and their pseudo-outrage at things that aren’t there at all.

        • Based Tapir

          I remember reading an articel about alleged nazism of DIJ. It said said that there’s enough proof of their nazism and claimed that it couldn’t be provocation.

          • Nordling Writes ov USBM

            I don’t really see any of it.

          • Based Tapir

            I think Douglas Pierce has denied being a nazi. There’s plenty of proof against him being a nazi.

          • Enemy Of The Free World

            And considered that DiJ fires a guy for having nazi relations…
            Ought to be everyone’s first clue.

          • Based Tapir

            Yeah, a band that uses nazi imagery wouldn’t kick a member who’s a part of the British National Front if they were nazis. Nowadays Tony Wakeford regrets his membership of BNF.

          • Enemy Of The Free World

            I’ve seen him mention it a few times yeah. On the other hand, even Reverend Bizarre has been accused of nazism.

          • Based Tapir

            Really? I haven’t heard that. Wowza. I think that in one interview they literally said that nazism and facism are utter shit politically.

          • Enemy Of The Free World

            RB? You know the song Wandering Jew, somehow it started there and they glt passed around as anti-semites for one reason or other. Apparently because you can’t mention a jew in a song and not be either jew or anti-semite.

            Some time later it escalated and I read a few articles in which they were called nazis and lines were drawn.

            I am still wondering how did it happen.

          • Based Tapir

            Are you an enemy of the free world again?

          • Enemy Of The Free World

            And proud of it!

          • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

            So Neil Young is your archenemy?

          • Enemy Of The Free World

            Yes! We clash weekly!

          • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

            That’s what got Family Guy cancelled way back when. I never saw the offense in that episode, and I’m part Yiddish (grandma’s side), plus they had Ben Stein in that episode, who’s as Jewish as it gets without being totally orthodox. Some people purposely try to find something, ANYTHING, to be offended by just so they can put themselves on a pillar.

          • Enemy Of The Free World

            Some people… *shakes fist*

          • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

            And The Exploited, which has been disproven over and over again.

          • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

            Douglas Pierce’s old band, Crisis, actually used to play Rock Against Racism, and several other anti-nazi/anti-front festivals back in the day.

          • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags
          • I think I saw in somewhere that he can’t claim he’s a nazi because he’s homosexual.

            I think they do the nazi thing for artistic expressions. Even when some lyrics are very delicate and can be misunderstood with easy pace.

          • That is a terrible reason.

          • Yeah, I read what I wrote and I can defend the guy! jajaja!!

          • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

            His main thing that backfired was him singing mostly about WW2 and trying to reclaim the ancient runes and symbols that the Nazis perverted.

          • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

            Yeah, but what kind of Neo-Nazi band plays sold out shows in Israel? Douglas Pierce has told and shown over and over that he’s pretty damn far from Neo-Nazi, but his whole thing of reclaiming ancient symbols like the death skull backfired pretty quick. Some idiots tried to say Tyr and Moonsorrow are Neo Nazis simply for using ancient runes in their artwork.

  • The music in the song sample is very dark and opressive. But it’s cutted by the military pounding drumming and precise rhythm. It sounds very proffesional and that every note and measure counts from a expressive perspective.

    Even when I got mixed thoughts on some answers on their political stance I must say that they’re very authentic.

    Good interview, cyberbrolo.

  • King Shit of Fuck Mountain
    • CyberneticOrganism

      3rdshiftatthefactorycore

  • Reposted Avenged Sevenfold Fan

    DAMM!!!!!!!!! IM IN LOVE? WITH ALL THE MEMBERS!!!!!(; TSSS,,,,, ALL OF YOU ARE FUCKING HOTT!!! I WOULD TRADE MY BOYFRIEND WITH ONE ON YOU GUYS!!! N HE KNOWZ HAHAAAAAA THATS WHY HE DOSENT LIEK YOU HAHAAA… !!!!(;

    -minipunkz, 2 days ago

    • Stockhausen

      Perfect.

    • OldMetalHead

      You’re certainly committed.

  • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

    Original Kommandant vocalist, in a killer doom band now.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvxv-eT7A_0

    • Maik Beninton

      The kitty at the beginning, he didn’t saw it coming.
      Poor animal became clay.

    • Maik Beninton

      It’s pretty good.
      He got a good voice.

  • Based Tapir

    This sounds great. Thanks dude.

  • Scrimm

    Awesome stuff. However, from a veteran that’s not attention they are standing at between songs but parade rest.

    • Buncha posers.

      • Scrimm

        I hope they don’t lock their knees when they stand like that, makes people pass out fast. Funny to watch though cause they always fall face first with their ass up in the air.

        • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

          Speaking of things in the military that kill your knees, did they ever make you do Chinese TV (the one where you sit like you’re in a chair with your back barely on the wall and your arms straight out)? Awwwww, fun times having to do that shit in military school, and my legs feeling like I was 90 years old afterwards.

          • Scrimm

            Yeah I’ve done that for martial arts training too, but I never heard it called that. Never heard it given a name actually. It’s a bitch, as bad as the 4 man pushup.

          • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

            Horse stance was a pain in the ass for a while. One of my friends back home tried to teach me kung fu basics, which I obviously gave up pretty fucking quick. Especially considering my regimine of weed, booze, being on my feet for 10+ hours a day, and the fact I’m pretty undisciplined.

          • Scrimm

            weed goes well with jiu jitsu.

          • OldMetalHead

            When my kids were naughty one of their punishments was to sit in the invisible chair 😉

          • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

            My grandma’s punishment was making me hold a thimble against the wall with my nose. If I dropped it, there’s another 15 minutes added on. and of course my brother would be playing Simpsons or Nintendo right behind me just to fuck with me, lol.

          • Stanley

            My Latin teacher used to call that position “skiing”. Occasionally he would place you school bag on top of your outstretched arms. What a wanker!

          • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

            My latina womon told me……… oops, wrong Latin!

        • more beer

          That`s always funny.

    • more beer

      I fell asleep at parade rest a couple of times in boot camp.

      • Scrimm

        So did I. It’s amazing. I actually think I fell asleep marching one time, or something close. It was like all of a sudden I snapped back to awareness and we were quite a distance away from the last thing I remembered. One of the best parts about basic watch watching others nod off.

        • more beer

          It`s so hard not to fall asleep there at times with all of the sleep deprivation that goes along with being there. Also in that situation you need to find humor where you can. I will say it definitely made me a stronger person.

          • Scrimm

            Absolutely. Hated it during, as soon as it was over I wanted to do it again. I actually got lucky by getting sick and failing my final PT test cause I had to wait a week and retake it then it was about a month before I shipped out. I got to spend all that time hanging out with my drill sargeants and screwing with the next batch of recruits. when I did finally ship off to my job training it turned out all the guys who left on time had been waiting for the class to start and pullind KP every day, so I didn’t even end up behind at all.

        • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

          Thankfully in military school, we only had to do one long run (marching around campus happened here and there, but not very often), and OMFG it was hilarious. 3/4 of the barracks was acting like they were going to die about half a mile in. Lol, it was only about 20 lbs we had to haul on our backs. Actual military runs, from what I understand, involve 50 lbs and up.

    • CyberneticOrganism

      Damn, I knew someone was going to correct me on that.

      • more beer

        It`s a big difference even if it all looks like standing in place.

        • CyberneticOrganism

          Nah I’m sure every stance has a proper name and purpose.

          • more beer

            you are correct.

    • CONANtheDjentlyFuckingKING

      ………..

      • Scrimm

        Good to see you man.

  • Maik Beninton

    That opening image though.
    That would scare some kids.
    #2spooky4me.

  • My buddy saw these guys a year or two ago. Sounds like a unique live experience.

  • Paris Hilton

    HEAR YE! FOR THIS IS THE WORD OF THE LORD!

    When Liu Kang was training with the Shao Lin, he felt the spirit of an other worldly being in his heart and in his soul. “Fear not”, he heard in a commanding yet loving voice, “I am Raiden. Here to bring the wicked to Out World and to save the righteous of Earth Realm. Hear now my Kommandments of Mortal Kombat!

    1. Thou shalt not spam the clone attack with Noob
    2. Sheeva’s teleport is for emergencies only and is totally cheap, bro
    3. Thou shalt not use Cyber Sub-Zero, as he is an abomination
    4. Thou shalt hit mad combos with Scorpion
    5. Thou shalt always go for stage fatalities
    6. Thou shalt not distract thy neighbour’s playing
    7. Thou shalt be humble, and give up your good controller to guests.
    8. Thou shalt not use turbo SNES controllers
    9. Thou shalt not use Raiden’s electric shock attack in vain
    10. Thou shalt not use babalities. For they are an abomination to Mortal Kombat.

    Follow these Kommandments and thou shalt have eternal life in Earth Realm. If you have wickedness in your heart you will be cast to Out World, where you will receive eternal fire and lashings from Scorpion.

    • Guacamole Jim

      I hear, and heed thy words, oh prophetess.

      Ermac >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    • Based Tapir

      Eternal life or spamming Noob Saibot? I’ll choose the latter.

    • EsusMoose

      I liked smoke because one of his attacks were cheap. Never played much with others as I got the latest version and no one I knew played so I’d murder them 9/10 times.

    • Dagon

      Babalities suck. What’s your view on Friendship, though?

      • Paris Hilton

        2/10 wood rather rip out some spines

        • Dagon

          You’re my kind of guy.

    • CyberneticOrganism

      TOASTY

    • Now i want to turn on the PS3 and button mash playing MK tonight.

    • Simon “Djentcrusher” Phoenix

      Another law should be: Thou shall never use Stryker, for he is lolbuttz and those who use him should be burned.

      • Scrimm

        Definitely one of the worst characters ever.

        • Lacertilian

          Definitely one of the worst character ever

      • Paris Hilton

        Fuck Stryker and his gun move!

        • Lacertilian

          Only last week or the week before I was telling Joe about my disdain for Stryker and his fucking gun.
          Mates know that I hate him so now they use him when they want to rustle my jimmies.

      • Lacertilian

        THIS

    • Lacertilian

      This should be pinned.
      I’m going to print it out and paste it to my TV unit for all to see.

  • Nordling Writes ov USBM

    Never heard of this band, I must check them NOW!

    • Go drunk, bear. You’re home!

      • Nordling Writes ov USBM

        “Someday, I’ll be living in a big ol’ city and all you’re ever gonna be is mean!”

        • Come to Maracaibo, mr. Bear. I will make you a soup and you can sweat the drunkeness in the #LinkCave at 32 Cº with not Air Conditioner to refresh it.

          Your eyes will boil and your hypotalamus will go bleep bleep like a downfall Boeing 707 because the heat and the need of your body to cool yourself will make it burn in alcoholic misery.

          I will take care of you, don’t worry!

          • Guacamole Jim

            I want to hang out with Link in Maracaibo!

          • I don’t drink, so I can take care of all of you <3

          • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

            That’s because an ice cold beer boils over there in 3 minutes.

          • I’m used to it and I got plenty of good vibes to share! 😀

        • Based Tapir

          • Nordling Writes ov USBM

            “Why you gotta be so mean”

          • Based Tapir

            “I was born this way”

          • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags
          • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

            Tapirs gonna keep on Tapin’.

  • Dagon

    “Everyone cannot and does not have the ability to be the leader. The concept that everyone is the same and that all deserve exactly the same is absurd, and only brings closer the downfall… as mankind walks hand in hand towards slavery, stumbling blind in the forest, directionless and without a true leader.”

    This is very similar to my world views, with the exception of the true leader quote. Leadership is important, but many proponents of this thought believe in authoritative leadership which is something I despise.

    • EsusMoose

      The views are interesting and I can agree with some of the statements he makes; I’d have to read it more thoroughly and think about it to be able to conclude how I feel about it. As expected of some black metal artists that there is a lot of thought behind the art they produce

      • Dagon

        It seems that black metal attracts the most “brainy” of artists. At least in greater quantities than other subgenres. Which can be great, when they’re good, or terrible when they’re pretentious and insufferable.

        • EsusMoose

          It’s a very thin line they walk, but I think a lot of other genres also have a lot of intelligent and thoughtful people. It may be due to black metals focus on themes and beliefs rather than technical playing that allows the listener and lyric readers to perceive this part of the artist. I’d think it’d be harder for a thrash musician to be asked about their thoughts on western identity of self worth or other more thoughtful questions

    • KJU’s Breakdancing Bodybags

      Sounds a bit like Solipsism.

  • Tyreeling In The Years

    THIS POST!!! >>>>>>>>>> WORK MEETINGS

  • Tyreeling In The Years

    Saw these guys live, and they fucking crushed it!

  • Tyreeling In The Years

    This new song kicks ass by the way.

  • Simon “Djentcrusher” Phoenix

    Stormlegion was my jam. Looking forward to the new one as the new song sounds pretty badass.

  • CT-12

    “no confidence… only arrogance” this is extremely true. The modern day doctrine seems to be that self absorption = confidence. Complete bullshit.

    • CyberneticOrganism

      We live in a reverse meritocracy.

  • Tina…The Brutal Fey

    Interesting band. This song is monstrous…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hLPkTCaraA

  • Hermann L.

    Are you fucking kidding me? That song is amazing, goddamn.