Interviews About Albums: Cemetery Moon - Cemetery Moon (2023)

In this new interview, we sat down with the Black Metal band Cemetery Moon to ask some questions about their new album "Cemetery Moon"

1. What can you say about this new EP/CD?

It's our first album, so we're very excited about it. Since you mention it as a CD I should clarify that we don't have physical editions ready just yet, but hope to have CDs and possibly cassettes available later this spring or in early summer.

2. What is the meaning of the EP/CD name?

It's the name of the band. I like self-titled first records. That about covers it.

3. Which one is the composer of the CD/EP?

I do the primary composing myself (Apparition), but my compatriots infuse a lot of their own creativity into their individual parts. I was the chief songwriter on this album, as it represents the evolution of the project from a solo venture into a fully-fledged band.

4. If you had to pick one song, which one would you pick?

Track 9, "Life's Enduring Lie," certainly means the most to me, as I put a lot of thought into the lyrics and am happy with how my guitar solo came out. However, I think "Eyes of the False God" is the best representation of the three members who performed on the record. Additionally, it has the greatest variation in mood and atmosphere, so it has the most for the listener to explore.

5. Is there a special message in this EP/CD?

If there is what it is? I'd prefer to let the message reveal itself to the listener. This allows people to intuit something meaningful to them without my hand on the scales. 6. Are there some lyrics that you'd love to share? I'm particularly fond of this one from the end of "Army of Darkness": "Aaaaaahhhhhh!!!!!"

7. Which inspirations have been important for this album? Like musically or friends, family, someone you'd love to thank especially?

Some of the lyrics are directly inspired by people I've known in real life and things I've been through. But again, I'd like to let the specifics stay with me and allow the listener to derive something of their own. Musically it would depend on the song. "A Voice in the Woods" is heavily inspired by Ulver's Bergtatt, whereas a song like "Limitless Contempt" echoes a lot of hardcore, grindcore, and the more bestial side of death metal.

8. Something to add?

Thank you for taking the time to chat, and to anyone who listens to our music.

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