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One Question Interviews: Hellmouth

Jason Navarro  (Hellmouth, Suicide Machines)

SPB: You’ve released a trilogy of records. How has your original vision changed over the years it took for the releases to come to fruition?

Navarro: Well, I never thought the trilogy would end on a more positive note. Which partially through the record it became personal and became a positive change in the way I look at myself and the world. Granted we do always tie in oroborus with most of our concept of the trilogy -- as applied every new beginning has to have and the final ending -- I just didn't know that we would see what the change should become with the third installment., I just figured it would be a complete negative end but, in all actuality, it became a positive thing.

The album cover which our sun dwarfing in becoming a black hole

Which will be the final say in the end of mankind because even after an apocalypse or war to end all wars man would more than like be doomed to repeat its mistakes. And do I repeat my mistakes myself personally, which is more what this album’s oblivion was about. This band and music has calmed me to the point I don’t need it anymore.

New beginnings. 

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Words by Loren on July 30, 2017, 6:46 p.m.

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