The Complete Interview List
1 - Tell us how your project(s)
Harakiri was started in approximately 1997 just because some friends and I wanted to start a death metal band. Simple as that. Skeptic Productions, my record label, was started with the release of Harakiri's first CD, Reverence for Madness because we didn't feel like trying to suck up to labels to get our stuff released. Plus I had always wanted to do a label, and that was the perfect chance to start. I also play in a band started by me and an old school friend of mine called About the Fire. We play some blend of rock, hardcore, and punk...
2 - What does music, in
it's entirety, mean to you?
Never really thought about it, but it obviously means a lot because its been a part of my life since I can remember really. Hardcore, punk, and metal definitely changed me for the better (I think). No matter how cheesy it sounds, writing music lets me express myself in ways that I suck at expressing verbally.
3 - What does art, in it's
entirety, mean to you?
It means different things. Sometimes I have appreciation for the expressiveness of art and music (which is art) and sometimes I thinks its all BS. Even my own. I don't know. Sometime sit seems very important and sometimes it seems pointless.
4 - Who is your favorite
author, and why?
5 - As your best friend,
6 - As your worst enemy,
A rival gangsta.
7 - If your persona were
immortalized as a cartoon character, who would it be?
Homer mixed with Pooh.
8 - Do you think there are
conspiracies against the "everyday person"?
9 - What do you do with
your spare or free time?
Hang out, play PS2, watch movies, drink, eat, listen to Tech N9ne and Lynch Hung, and put in work wit my G's.
10 - Please give us your
interpretation of "the meaning of life".
Self Gratification. If it takes being a religious good person who is nice to everyone to make yourself happy, so be it. If you are a thug lord smoking sherm, punking on people all day and that is what makes you happy, so be it.
About the Fire