Interview with Luke Ford & Oliver Betts (The Duke Spirit) – Hamburg 4th Jun 2008...

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Interview with Matt Tuck (Bullet for my Valentine) – Hamburg 16th Feb 2008...

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Interview with Trevor Strnad from The Black Dahlia Murder, 10th Jan 2010...

It’s nice to have you guys back in Germany and touring Europe in general. I know the tour has only just begun, but how has it been so far? What are your expectations for this tour? The first two days have already hinted what the rest of the tour is gonna be like and it’s just gonna be awesome! It’s really fun, as everybody has a positive outlook and everyone seems to see the myriads of having all these different kinds of bands together. Besides, it’s a festival thing, you know, all the bands are good, we all respect each other. The crowd’s been awesome, too, so far. And we’ll see how it unfolds. What are your plans for 2010? Just touring? Yeah, just the same old thing. We’re gonna support “Deflorate” and play at as many places as we can. It’s definitely good to be back here since we’ve been here so many times. Generally, it’s exciting for us to see what happens in the world outside the States. Overall, it’s a BUSY-BUSY-schedule for us this year. Is the European crowd any different compared to the American one? Well, I think it’s all the same really. You still try to get a reaction out of people. Maybe sometimes the people are a little bit more resistant to getting into the moshpit and we always try to win them over, haha. I know deep down at the heart, everybody feels the same and reacts the same. It’s pretty much a universal thing, but of course, we’d like to get everyone involved. With each album that you release, you seem to climb higher up the charts. How do you feel about that? It’s cool, but that’s not my goal really. I just wanna have our fans who will stick with us. It’s amazing to see how things have grown within the band. This just gets us excited and makes us wanna push it and try harder and harder. Now talking about the new album, we felt a lot of pressure, because “Nocturnal” was definitely a landmark for us. And responding to that pressure was interesting, you know. It’s kinda cool showing up in the charts. I think it’s just a statement about the time…I mean metal is just big right now. You hear it everywhere nowadays. In the States, it has gained a lot of popularity. So this is an exciting time for us and we’re happy to be part of it. People used to associate your music with Metalcore and Deathcore. Do you think that your latest album “Deflorate” has...