Just recently Italian Radio J.App‘s Emergy Broadcasting show had a live chat with Dimmu Borgir drummer DARAY, talking mainly about Polish rock/metal/punk combo BLACK RIVER, about how the band was founded and Polish music scene in general, especially metal + more.
Dariusz “Daray” Brzozowski is one of the most recognized drummers within the metal scene. Well known for his extreme drumming, blastbeats, precision and supersonic speeds, he earned his reputation through the years and was repeatedly valued for his achievements. Extensively touring the world with his bands. He played over a 1000 shows.
Born in 1980, he got his first kit at the age of 14. His story began with the band Vesania, and was continued in Vader, Masachist, Hunter, Black River. He’s also a session musician for multiple bands. Today, drumming for Vesania and Dimmu Borgir and being an active clinician and educator, he remains in the lead of worlds‘ uncompromising drummers.
Daray is sponsored by Meinl Cymbals, Tama Drums, Wincent Drumsticks – Official, Remo Drumheads, Jerry Harvey Audio, Klotz Cables
Please Note, DARAY is available for studio sessions, drum clinics, as well as session drummer for tours etc. For further information, please contact email@example.com.
Watch Daray Brzozowski performing “Dimmu Borgir“ off of Dimmu Borgir’s album “Abrahadabra“ at the 2016 Meinl Drum Festival: https://youtu.be/ioA5YrUDx6I
Just recently, Athens based Symphonic Metallers FALLEN ARISE‘s frontlady Fiona was live interviewed by Radio J.App‘s Emergy Broadcasting show, talking about her entrance in the band, songwriting process, the band’s influences, the current goth metal scene + more.
In case you missed it, the interview is now streaming below.
FALLEN ARISE were formed in 2009, combining a theatrical atmosphere with a progressive approach and a heavy-metal-alike heaviness. So far, FALLEN ARISE have toured across Europe and Russia with established acts including: Nightwish, Fates Warning, Paradise Lost, Destruction, Sepultura, Skindred, Moonspell, Serenity, Leave’s Eyes, Xandria, Katatonia, Pain of Salvation and Insah.
In addition, just recently the band was live interviewed by Italian Radio J.App, on their Emergy Broadcasting show, talking about the Irish music scene and metal in general, band’s Vikings-theme, technical aspects of the songs, production and relations with record companies and more. Now the chat is available for streamingAT THIS LOCATION.
Just previously, REN MARABOU AND THE BERSERKERS announced their next single ‘Brand Of Sacrifice’ coming out soon via United Music Mafia, also revealing the cover art of their upcoming full-length “Tales of Rune“.
The band stated: “So as you all may know we have been working hard on our new album. Still quite alot of work to do but as we are well past the halfway mark we thought we’d share the album art. Tales of Rune – Coming soonish through United Music Mafia but even sooner is a new single ‘Brand Of Sacrifice’ 🤘🏻 Have a great week Heathen Tribe 🛡⚔️🔥“
Hailing from the Emerald Isle and based in the hills of Co.Donegal these Irish Viking Metal/Norse Pagan Rockers, REN MARABOU AND THE BERSERKERS, deliver their own take on this powerful genre with a high energy stage show and anthemic, contemporary stylings. Endorsed by Cassidy Guitars, Skull Strings and Fishsticks drum sticks. Signed to United Music Mafia and Managed by Split Screen Management.
On February 10th, Italian Radio J.App interviewed the Texas’ electronic rockers CEDARS on Emergy Broadcasting show, talking about the band’s latest single ‘Circle’, “Cowards” album, its songwriting + topics, the music scenes in Texas, influences, and many more.
Just recently CEDARS released their stunning radio hit single, entitled ‘Circles’, which is all about rhythms!
CEDARS’ frontlady Sandeigh on ‘Circles’: “Circles is about rhythms. All of life – everything around – is filled with them. The tides, the moon, the weather, our breath, our blood, you, me. There’s this incredible circular, life-death-life rhythm to everything.
I feel like we get talked out of listening to the wisdom these circles have to offer us. There’s so much knowledge in our bodies and in the natural world and when we tune into those places, they have a lot to say. Sometimes, in order to hear that, we have to be willing to let go of things we think matter, things we might not want to part with, to burn those things down to make room for new growth. That’s part of the life-death-life cycle -that’s part of the cyclical nature of life and growth. Even when it’s uncomfortable or we have to go against popular opinion or maybe the “way we’ve always done things.”
For me, the inner wisdom I hear is often one calling me to a wilder life. She’s asking me to wake up to my true nature and helps me see what needs to die in me to make room for more authenticity. Her voice is wise and daring. (And sometimes asking me to get WAY outside of my comfort zone. But I trust her.)
What circles are you being called to look at in your world? Inside and out…what needs to die and what needs to be tended?”
Currently CEDARS are in the studio working on their next full-length album.
The band issued: “We got started on new concepts even as we were gearing up to release Cowards back in June.
While Cowards explores a theme of letting go and shedding what’s no longer needed, this new body of work is a deeper look into what comes alongside that purging, and what can be possible in its place. Cowards really feels like a forest fire. Everything was burning down in our actual lives and that, of course, made its way into the stories on that album and the videos we’ve created from it. But some of the most fertile soil is found after fire removes what’s no longer serving the forest. It makes room for new life.
But first we sit and sift through the ashes.
The new album’s title has a lot to do with the pause in-between the burning away and next season. It will explore themes of shadow work and inner patterns, and how the light needs the dark. And as usual, we’re doing it with an expansive and deep soundscape.
We’re excited. We’ve been in the demo phase for a bit and what’s coming together feels really good, like we’re more settled into who we are individually and as a family.”
Stay tuned for more information!
CEDARS released their latest album “Cowards” on June 11th 2021, via Gruene Records.
The band of the concept of the “Cowards” album: “Cowards, at its core, is an album about choosing yourself, even in the face of great consequences. So often we find ourselves in situations or systems that ask us to minimize ourselves or our desires or even our needs, but there comes a point where we have to make some really tough choices: do we continue to support the system that is crushing us and building itself on our backs, or do we honour our own still, small voice? The album is the story of finding ourselves in a season of life where those choices were very pressing, and very loud, with very real consequences. There are times when death is necessary to make room for the new, the better, and sometimes the knife is in our own hands. The album, though full of heavy moments, is also woven with bright strands of hope and light, the kind that can only come after great loss and struggle. How quietly we go to war.”
CEDARS is an electronic rock band from central Texas whose music incorporates the DIY ethos of bands like The Pixies and PJ Harvey, the haunting atmospheres of Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails, and the infectious grooves of MuteMath. CEDARS is more than just a band: it’s is a vision of community, a community driven by the idea that beauty can save the world. Led by longtime friends Sandeigh Kennedy and Drew Heaton, they blend industrial and organic textures, drawing together disparate elements to marry complex sonic landscapes with compelling stories. Gritty synths and wispy vocals; hard hitting beats and delicate textures are the tools they use to tell powerful, authentic stories that explore truth and beauty.