Monday, January 11, 2016

Necrosadik Interview

1.Can you give us an update on what is going on with the musical project these days?

Necrosadik has been in a lethargy state since two years ago, due to the little -almost null- time at my day to day activities as a lawyer; however the composition and recording for the 11th album "Scars Are Sexy", as long as one EP "Delirium Tremens" and several splits.

Necrosadik itself closed a cycle with the last full-length "We Are All Wounds", with this 10th album, Necrosadik explored his own history, experiences, mistakes and improvements; with this last album a self-destructive and existentialist cycle was closed, and for this reason Necrosadik chose to collaborate with 9 different talents, 9 different voices.

Necrosadik's new path would support the perversion of the human being, the self-mutilation as a essential part of hedonism; Necrosadik has a new flesh.

2.How would you describe the musical sound of the current music and also how does it differ from the stuff you have released in the past?

As everything, Necrosadik has been in a constant evolution, always reshaping to suit my will; if we go back to 2008 at the first and second album "Destroying Your Life!!!" & "The Portrait Of My Sorrow", the sound behind Necrosadik's mind was chaos, simple as that, pure and total chaos; if yes, Necrosadik has tried to melt chaos with other human emotions as hatred, suffering, desolation and the almost psychotic need of self-destruction, the sound itself was very raw, very dissonant; this was the line till the 5th album "Speak In Silence", so for that I could name it as Dissonant Experimental Black Metal.

For the 6th album "Assisted Suicide" a inner change took shape and sharp, something change, something died.

Since the 7th album "Casket Of Pain" till nowadays, Necrosadik has been working in a more complex and introspective atmosphere, trying to create new dimensions and new emotions through tunes and gasping voices, I think that Necrosadik's sound shall be described as you mentioned it at the review: Ritualistic Experimental Black Metal.

3.Over the years you have released a great amount of material, do you put a great amount of time and effort into writing and creating music?

The recordings arose as part of specific moments of inspiration, sometimes I had more lucidity, and for that reason some years I have released more than one album, however I am sure that in these seven years of existence, and after 10 albums, 15 splits, 13 compilations, 3 EPs and 3 Box Sets I have develop pure devotion, and sooner new offerings would be unleashed.

4.Wat are some of the lyrical topics and subjects you explore with your newer music?

Since the 6th album, Necrosadik left behind the self-destructive path and was instructed to teach how to spread this feeling toward the rest of the humanity; then since the 8th album the lyrical topic has been the devotion to the Death itself, pure and total devotion.

5.What is the meaning and inspiration behind the name 'Necrosadik'?

To understand the root behind Necrosadik's name, it is important to point out the reason of the creation of Necrosadik; at 2007 and 2008 I have experienced the most difficult moments in my life, and many emotions and anxiety episodes began to arise into my day to day activities, and after many years following the Black Metal scene, I realized that giving birth to Necrosadik would be the most healthy way to funnel all those feelings. The name came throughout my mind when I saw how life's will could be so sadist and lacking of mercy, giving pain and suffering to the people, giving them a "sadistic death".

6.With this project you record everything by yourself, are you open to working with other musicains or do you prefer to work solo?

Since 2008 I have recorded everything only by myself, except for some tracks at the 3rd album "The Pain Between Birth & Death", in which I collaborate with three session musicians; also a session musician was used for some tracks in a few splits; then at the last album "We Are All Wounds" I asked for the collaboration of 9 vocalists, from around the globe: Scum Noise from Scum Noise (Belgium), Kai Grimmsberg from Kai Grimmsberg (Belarus), Vald from Inner Disease (Mexico), Meister Müller from Dead Trooper/Trollfest (Norway), Bukkakeiser from Azaghal (Finland), Vitios from Vil (Mexico), Balpehor H.C. from Balpehor/Morbid Funeral (Costa Rica), SS66 from Härääys (Finland) and Einarr from Fortress of Negativity (United Kindgom).

Regarding that I prefer to work by myself, because I am an egocentric asshole (as the common opinion out there) or because I feel more comfortable working within my schedule, my structure and my will.

7.Over the years you have worked with a variety of many different record labels, can you tell us a little bit more about the lesser known record labels you have worked with?

Normally the labels have contacted me, and the relationship has been very fruitful, without any problem; working with lesser known labels is always an exciting experience, I mean, as an artist you have the risk of being rip off from the label, however I have never experienced that fortunately.

Working with lessen known labels is a win-win business, as an artist you are always looking for some labels to release your stuff, with quality and without noticing if the run-out is lower or just a few copies will be made; the important fact is to gain new territories, and then the label would be get exposure too.

8.On a worldwide elvel how has the feedback been to your music by fans of black metal, noise and experimental?

The feedback has been very pleasant for me, since the first months of Necrosadik back at 2008, many critics reached me at the almost extinct "myspace", in which many people express their admiration for my creation, calling it as chaotic, sick-fuck, etc.

Also, and it is understandable I have received negative critics, regarding that Necrosadik's music is pure sound without any logic, and I respect this kind opinion.

I have been banned at some towns in Germany, been forbidden in some places of South America and the Middle East; a French label has refused to released one of my EP "Endlösung" (Final Solution) with the original cover, due to the fact that I used a picture of a National-Socialist Concentration Camp, "Auschwitz".

The feedback has been good, in a black metal standard point of view of course; but at the end the most important thing is to play and compose whatever you want and feel, without focus in if this new recording will be good for anyone else.

9.Where do you see yourself heading into as a musicain in the future?

Necrosadik will be alive as long as I feel comfortable with his existence, this shall be perfectly melted with my professional career and my personal environment.

10.What are some of the bands or musical styles that have had an influence on your newer music and also what are you listening to nowadays?

Since Necrosadik creation, my main inspiration has been Abruptum; nowadays many other inspiration has been coming through, Stalaggh, Gulaggh, Ulver, Deathspell Omega, etc.

What I have been listening nowadays?, well I listen Black Metal mostly all day, these last days I have been listening Darkthrone's first albums, and well I also enjoy other kind of music, as Frank Sinatra, Chris Cornell, for example.

11.Does Satanism or Occultism play any role in your music?

Not at all; just at the first album I had a minimum contact with it, and at the last albums I have been more a strictly death worshipper.

12.Before we wrap up this interview, do you have any final words or thoughts?

I just want to express my gratitude for your time and interest in Necrosadik; Necrosadik shall awake from this lethargic trance, and will be arise with a new flesh.

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