Please introduce yourself.
We’re Necrosis, a grindcore/death band hailing from Denmark.
When your band was created?
We’ve been together for some time. Though the style and the sound of Necrosis first took its shape in the early 2012, which we consider to be the year the band was created.
What the style do you play?
We’re aiming for grindcore/death with hints of slam death.
How could you describe your music by several words?
It’s aggressive with an “in your face” attitude, with honest stories to tell. No bullshiting, just a ton of rage.
What is the main theme of your lyrics?
Human philosophy, politics and war.
What would you like to achieve with the band activity?
We want to be able to play for people. People who enjoy the music, and just wants to bang heads and mosh.
How many gigs you have played so far and maybe you visit another countries with concerts?
We’ve played at least 15 gigs, but so far only in Denmark. Our dream is to play gigs outside of Denmark.
Is there anything very important about your band what SHOULD know fans and labels?
We’re just as serious as any other band that wants to reach out to people with the music. We enjoy to see the people enjoy our music, and enjoy to see the moshing and the banging.
What the formats you would like to see your releases, CD, Vinyl, Tape…? And how do you see future of physical releases?
All in all it’s a matter of taste, though we don’t see any future in physical releases. But as long there’s a demand for it, we’re all for physical releases. Although we’re a bit skeptical about tapes and vinyl. It depends on the demand. Due to the economic advantages we’ve, so far, only done digital releases.
When you will get label deal, would you like to help to the label with promotion from your side, or you want label do all without your help?
We believe that with the proper cooperation, you can come a long way, Provided that the contract is sound for both sides. It’os impression that smaller, and independent labels care more about the music rather than the economic aspects of the contract. Though we’re pretty sure that the road to recognition is to do a lot of leg work. So to answer the question; we wouldn’t mind help a label with the promotion, because it’ll only strengthen the relationship between the label and the band. Still provided with the fact that both sides do the leg work.
What’s your reaction towards negative opinions about your music?
Just as long the critique is constructive and it starts a discussion, then we’re all for it. We don’t give much for those who spew bile, and mindlessly criticise the music.
And last question, how do you like our webzine, do you have some remarks towards its look or functionality?
It’s a very cool webzine. It’s great to see that people still care about the music in the underground, and it’s awesome that you give bands the opportunity to get promoted. Keep up the good work.