Friday, February 26, 2016

para elite

1. Can you introduce your band members and your sound?
Sean on vocals
Jay on guitar
Robert on bass
Tony on drums
2. Can you tell us about your album that just came out? whats different compared to your other albums?
Our new album is actual our first lp. The first was a split with our friends from Denver..TOTAL ANNIHILATION.
The difference between this release and our first, is that we had a lot more time to perfect our songs. Our last was very rushed and very raw- the guy recording was not a fan of skinheads so It really showed. Cliff Warby (condemned 84) really came through being he had 2 days to learn the tunes as well as be ready for a pretty big gig, He really did great! Though the first release really lacks however The new release does not.
3. Whats some of your biggest influences on your songs and lyrics.
My biggest influences, or actually PARA ELITES.1980s uk oi! And RAC.skullhead is an obvious..but others are..4skins, the glory,combat 84, condemned 84, last resort.... Well,you get it. The lyrics are pulled from today's relevant issues...we don't sing about "being out with the boys having a pint..oi!oi!oi!!!”. The titles and topics from the "push on" release are very open and easy to peg. We don't beat around any bush.
4. When did you pick up your first instrument?
Instrument? I can't play shit!i leave that to my guys. We are always on the same page with lyrics to tune.. Very obvious on "fuck Islam"... It's so easy to work with this line up.
5 what got you into the skinhead scene?
I got into skinhead cus it just felt right. My first skinhead album was "this are 2 tone".... It was good music.... And I still love 2 tone ska.... But early I'm my skinhead years... I found skrewdriver... And such. That was very normal in the mid 1980s.
6. is there a scene in your area and how is it?
Our scene in Los Angeles is far left PC crap. We never play in our home town. We consider oc our band home. The skins down there are great... Fun and energetic gigs with no issues... We have skinheads of all races at our gigs.... Very common... Just no shit stirring leftist redskins.... They have always been toxic the the skinhead scene. 7. whats been your favorite gig?
All gigs are my favorite for many reasons...but the NYC oi! Fest really stands out! Great lineup,great venue,great promoters and amazing crowd. 8. whens your nextI concert? Our next show was in Mexico... But that was a bust.... We will be playing 2 more dates very soon... Not sure with who and when... But soon
9. where can we get your cds and vinyls?
You can find our latest release "PUSH ON" on STREETROCK is out now, with 2 bonus tracks that aren't gunna be on the vinyl... One of the bonus tracks is..... Ahhh just pick it up and find out! But this label is a great label... Exactly what we needed for this release.. Thanks Scott! 10. is there any last words? comments? and thank you for the interview.
Last words
Better dead,than fucking red!
Don't let them pull you down!
We won't say sorry to anyone!
Our pride is our loyalty!
And.......... PUSH ON!
You see what I did there???

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

muerte y calaveras interview in english!

1. Hi, I’m Eleka (vocalist and guitaritst) from Muerte y Calaveras R.A.C. band. Alf is the drummer and sometimes is also the second voice.
 We founded the band in 2007, since then other members played with us.
 We recording two studio records: “Noches de Furia” (2008), “Con Nosotros Marcha la Muerte” (2011). And a split CD live recording in ISD Memorial Argentina 2012.
 2. what got you guys into nationalism?
 2. We involved in NS movement in 90’s. We saw in National Socialism the ideology essential to fight the synarchy and his New World Order. Since then we're keeping active in the scene.
 3. What bands got you into the skinhead sound?
 3 We are not looking for a special sound, but we like RAC sound in the early years. We like Pluton Svea, Skrewdriver, Division 250, Odal Sieg, Brigada NS, B.D.C., No Remorse, RaHoWa… and many more.
 4. are you guys part of a group?
 4. We belong to M.Y.C. Skins
 5 what concerts have you enjoyed the most? what was the line up?
 5. We enjoyed every gig. But we really enjoyed the South American Tour in 2012. It started in Argentina, we played in Chile twice, Brazil and Uruguay. We played and shared stage with local bands and we met cool people
 6 what would be your dream line up for a gig?
 6. We are very happy with the actual sound. It’s the best sound in these all years in our band. We will be our 8th anniversary playing RAC very soon

 7. do you guys plan on preforming somewhere else other than south america?

 7. We receive invitations all the time to play in European countries and also USA. But there are many troubles you know, work, legal problems, money…and never we could not play there. Maybe this year is our lucky year. We want to share our music with our fans and Friends around the world. Fortunately we have many good friends
 8 hows nationalism in your country?
 8. It’s not very different to Europe. People sees and feels the nationalism like a monster, a monster from the past to be eradicated to make way for the new world order in a only and global government
 9 feeling on Argentina fascist roots?
 9. Yes. Many years ago, there were governments who thinking in children's and old people. Old people were excluded and suffered in red government's capitalist and democratic line. Reason for which Argentina is one of the countries hardest hit by synarchy to yield to respect
 10. thank you guys for the interview... any last words?
 10. We are working in the third studio album. Will be ready this year and we also will be working in splits and compilations with other bands.
 Greetings to all “calaveras” around the world