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One Question Interviews: The Devil

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SPB: In your debut album you are using a wide variety of vocal samples from famous speeches. Do you believe that a vocal performance can be adequately replaced by such samples? Or, do you believe that there is something else that attracts people within those famous words?

The Devil: Seeing we are technically an instrumental band that uses historic and conspiracy inspired voice samples in place of traditional vocals, we never actually had any intention of enlisting a vocalist. Sure, we could of just had lyrics sung about all these controversial subject matters, but we felt strongly that when dealing with serious matters surround government conspiracies & hidden esoteric knowledge. Using the actual real samples relating to the event(s) was a much more powerful and thought-provoking way of getting our audience to think about the message we intended to convey.


Words by Spyros Stasis on April 25, 2014, 1:34 a.m.

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