lunes, 11 de agosto de 2014


Good evening, thank you very much for agreeing to answer these questions, how everything in Mumbai?
A very good evening to you! It's raining heavily in Mumbai.

1. Solar Deity born in 2011, why do you choose to create the band does it have anything to do with the creation of Solar Deity with the abandonment of Demonic Resurrection?
It has nothing to do with any other band. I just wanted to play black metal.

2. How complicated is balancing work in Exhumation more oriented Solar Deity death with more black?
Exhumation is over. I am focusing on Solar Deity and a few side projects now.

3. With the recent addition of Animesh Das, Amogh Sharma and Niraj Singh Chauhan, do you think that training is now more stable and can afford recording an album?
We have Niraj Singh Chauhan (lead guitar) and our old drummer Yash Pathak, and I'm on rhythm guitar and vocals. We're a 3-piece band and are working on the next EP.

4. How how to work on the songs in Solar Deity, we all contribute ideas or rules established by a leader followed? How has it changed the sound of the band over the years?
I have made all the music so far, but I'm looking forward to Niraj's contributions. Niraj Singh Chauhan is an excellent composer, and it'll be great working on ideas together.

5. Marduk, Burzum or Bathory influences are more or less present in your music, do you think you are correct comparisons? What would be your biggest musical influences?
We listen to all styles of music, so there's a bit of everything. Our style changes with every release, so you'll hear a lot of different influences. 

6. Your texts are about Satanism, devil worship, why consider these interesting topics to write about them?
We write about feelings and experiences as well. I'm a LaVeyan Satanist and I find dark stuff interesting, so we sing about the devil and other dark stuff...

7. Sincerely to be an oriental band is almost testimonial find your culture influences in your music or texts, is something Western orientation is predetermined in your music?
I've grown up listening to Western music, so our music takes that direction, but influences from our own culture do seep in... We don't try to make these things happen and we don't try to control them either. It feels good when the music has a flow and things fall in place. 

8. Is there a black scene really settled in your country or else you are an exception? Any new band we should know about?
There are a few other bands, but I'm not in touch with anyone. 

9. Which means to you black metal? How did you get started in the black?
Black Metal is my favourite subgenre of metal. The music touches my soul and I love everything about it. I started listening to Black Metal 15 years ago, when I was 17. 

10. Who designed the cover of Devil Worship and how it relates to music?
Our manager Aakash Dwivedi designed the artwork. It is very imposing, especially if you compare it to his previous work. I think it fits the music perfectly. 

11. Are you satisfied with your last ep reception by the public? With Devil Worship? Consider that ye have crossed borders and has done justice to your music?
Yes, Devil Worship has done well and we are content. A lot of people are now checking out our other releases, and we are glad the music has reached so many black-metal fans around the world. 

12. What future plans do you have for the band regarding upcoming concerts and releases?
We are going to keep releasing EPs and singles, and we will play one or two shows a year.

13. Thank you very much for your time, talking to Black Metal Spirit. If you want to add something to the followers of Solar Deity, now is the time. Were the questions I hope to your liking.
Thank you for your interest. Your questions were very cool. We'd like your readers to download our music and check it out. 

Regards, Aditya Mehta

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