Vladimir Bresnix

BresnixCast #18 - Chrome Corpse

 

 

 

Vlad talks to Michael F Ninethousand from your new favourite industrial band Chrome Corpse of about industrial/EBM, jazz & industrial music, the rise of home recording and it's pros and cons, under produced vs. over produced music, furry biopunk occultism, cassette culture and much more.

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BresnixCast #17 - Hevel

 

 

 

In episode 17 Vlad talks to Griffin Duffey (Hevel) about ambient music, music for stress relief, minimalism, visual art, nostalgia, Griffin's other band Curfue, the advantages about being an indie artist,  internet music scenes, Bandcamp, the importance of supporting indie artists and much more.

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BresnixCast #16 - Gary War

 

 

 

In episode 16 Vlad chats to Gary War about his new album Gaz Forth, we  take a deep dive into nostalgia, optimism, pop music (and how it's a dirty word), abstraction in music, hyper-literal culture, the 27 club, Charles Bukowski,  Coldplay and the military industrial complex, minimalism, cassettes, the future of the album & the possible future music industry.

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BresnixCast #15 Eric Hernandez (WRONG)

 

 

In episode 15 Vlad chats to Eric Hernandez from noise rock/alt metal powerhouse Wrong, we look towards the forthcoming album Feel Great, about drawing together diverse influences, what really makes music heavy,the rise of international bands, visual art, building a community, the punk DIY ethic, how record labels are changing, being on a label vs. being indie, Amber Mark, working at the independent vs the corporate level, the upcoming Torche album, musical bonds grown over time deep fried mars bars and musical fight clubs.

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BresnixCast #14 Ranseur

 

 

 

In episode 14 Vlad talks to Justin Mank (Ranseur) about dungeon synth from the roots of it to the modern revival, black metal we talk about the role of fantasy in music, minimalism, the early 2000's doom scene, the latest album "Goblin Music", the occult, Peter Carroll, meeting Z'ev and his influence on music, shamanism and percussion, giving away knives and more.

 

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BresnixCast #13 Pedram Valiani (Frontierer)

 

 

Vlad chats to Pedram Valiani of Frontierer about their first album Orange Mathematics, album cycles, the upcoming album, singles vs albums if the album is dead in the internet age, the cassette and vinyl resurgence, physical vs digital media, music as catharsis, Pedram's other projects, being on a record label vs going indie in the streaming world and so much more.

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BresnixCast #11 Unreqvited

 

 

 

In Episode 11 Vlad talks to ghost the mysterious man behind post black metal project, Unreqvited about his 2016 album disquiet, the modern one man band trend, black metal, puritans within music scenes, importance of eclectic influences, mixing as you go, the upcoming album, being introverted and its effect on the music we produce and more.

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BresnixCast #10 Vecta

 

In Episode 10 Vlad talks to Daniel the man behind dark ambient drone project Vecta about finding your sound, making music for yourself, sharing moments in time through music, nostalgia, normie attitudes towards noise music, Portuguese fado music, visual art, the relationship between art and music, drawing inspiration from movies, the limitations of making art on a budget and much more.

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BresnixCast #9 Ryan Lipynsky

 

In episode 9 I talk to Ryan Lipynsky from legendary doom metal band Unearthly Trance about the sludge/doom scene and how it has changed over the years, musical experimentation, black metal, US Vs European attitudes towards metal, music life before the internet, the bands 2012 break-up, the advantages of being a 3 piece band, the occult, Black Sabbath, crazy touring experiences, how the music industry has changed over the last 20 years and where it may be going, Ryan's side projects and what's coming up in the future.

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Hailing from Long Islnd/Brooklyn New York, Unearthly Trance was created in 2000 by founding members Ryan Lipynsky [Guitar and Vocals] and Jay Newman [Bass]. After releasing a debut 7” on Southern Lord Records, Darren Verni joined the fold on drums and solidified the band as the loudest and most original blackened doom power trio from Brooklyn.

Unearthly Trance released two critically acclaimed albums with Lee Dorrian’s Doom Coven Rise Above Records. In 2003, the debut “Season Of Seance, Science Of Silence” exhibited extreme bleak doom and harsh black metal vocals with the occasional flair for experiment that was mixed by Stephen O’Malley [Sunn, Kha
nate, Burning Witch]. The follow up “In The Red”, is when U.T. truly found their sonic identity. They joined forces with producer Sanford Parker in Chicago and established the sound and future Unearthly Trance to come.

In 2006, Unearthly Trance signed with Relapse Records and released their third full-length “The Trident”. This album featured a more varying degree of tempos, textures, and mood and really shows the bands strength of well crafted song writing. Once again recording with trusted engineer Sanford Parker, the band also had the opportunity to record at Steve Albini’s famous recording studio Electrical Audio.

With the intent of honing their craft and taking their sound further, 2008’s “Electrocution” shows Unearthly Trance at their most progressive and bravely traveling from yet experimenting within their harsh doom/sludge foundation. As always, Parker expertly captured the sound of the band who were at the heights of its vigor and explosiveness.

Things took on a new vibe and tone with “V” in 2010. This showed the band recording and mixing on its own with bassist Jay Newman at the helm in their home of New York City. With “V” the trio came full circle; combining the expansive leanings of “Electrocution” and “The Trident” with the sparing, brooding doom of their earliest works.

Unearthly Trance has had an extensive career of touring and playing shows with legendary and acclaimed acts such as Electric Wizard, The Melvins, High On Fire, Grief, Sunn, Pelican, Sleep, Morbid Angel, Floor, Autopsy, Ramesses, Suma and many more.

Unearthly Trance decided to call it a day June 6th 2012…

But thankfully after some well needed rest and reflection, the band has returned in 2015 to once again summon the beast ! Shortly before the return, Unearthly Trance released a 2xcd collection of vinyl only songs from the past on Throne Records fittingly titled “Ouroboros”.
Fast Forward to 2018 and the band is firing on all cylinders and have reconfirmed their existence in the physical realm with 2017’s "Stalking The Ghost". Their first and certainly not their last to Relapse Record release with Colin Marston at the helm on their home turf; Queens NY. The Trident Trio of New Yawkers still and will always create nothing but the most soul crushing doomed metal from the deepest depths and beyond, because that is all they know how to do!
 

BresnixCast #8 Rare Form

 

In episode 8 Vlad talks to Ryan and Thyme from Rare Form about their album "Six Months In Hiding", experimentation in building songs, finding inspiration in other forms of art, synesthesia, the concept of impermanence as it relates to music, narrative, literature,
arguing about Roy Lichtenstein paintings and more importantly, where the next album is.

 

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