Written by Rikard.


Certain members of Deathember would haul me away and donker my handkers in a rotten pile of doodlefish for putting something as "lame" as Gojira's The Way of All Flesh into "bands we like". For it's not really bands WE like. Rather bands two of us like. Or three. It's that hard to find a common name among us. Simon is the culprit for Protest the Hero, as am I for Soilwork. But if we abandon personal taste and try to aim higher, and really target the records that had a huge impact of sculpturing Deathember's sound, The Way of All Flesh is one of them.


Written by Rikard.


In all honesty; I have less than slight insight into whether it's true or not that these days, the probability of you and your band getting to clot your swirly signatures on a three-year deal (who spells out sex, drugs and rock'n roll less than five minutes from that precise moment) if you're garnered with Yankee hats, washed-asunder linen shirts and more piercings than your grandmother could look at without suffering a three-way stroke is higher, than it was for the glam band in the 80's. Maybe that's the case. Maybe it isn't.

(What metalcore looks like now a days)


Written by Rikard.


So we're there again. In the interesting spot.

That being the months between when you're finally fresh out of labour with your nourished and well cared-for debut album and the time when you finally unleash the beast upon the world.
The spot where the future is not only uncertain, but rather nonexistent.
Because never in thirteen and a half lifetimes did I believe that Going Postal would turn out the Deathember epitome the way it did.
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