Bizarre Uproar

Plague Haus gets cyber with the purveyor of fine Finnish filth, Pasi Markkula. Oi Pasi! As it’s obvious from multiple reviews, ass kissing, fanboy rants and a direct link from your paypal account to mine, an upfront thanks for taking the time to answer some questions. What is happening at Filth & Violence Kommand Central…

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Bahimiron

Plague Haus goes toe to toe with Blaash of the longstanding US Black Metal terror cell. Greetings to the mighty Bahimiron! To begin, congrats on the new “Southern Nihilizm” disc. For the beginners, please give some background information on the band. Bahimiron started out as a disease in Grimlord around 1993/94, when he sought to institute…

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Àrnica

Carles, of the brilliant Barcelonan folk band, shares some cuadro de conversación with Plague Haus. Greetings, friends! For starters, please enlighten us a bit about the band. When did you first form and who are your current members? Carles: Hello Jeff. Our pleasure to be here, talking with you. Àrnica was founded by Daniel seven years…

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Wicked Messenger

J Dread goes mano-a-mano with Martin Kränzel, the artist behind Germanys’ Wicked Messenger Hello. First of all, would you briefly introduce Wicked Messenger to those still unfamiliar with the project? WICKED MESSENGER was started in October 2006. At that point certain things I’d been involved with for almost ten years had reached completion somehow and I…

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The Deacon Krag Daggon

Southern nihilism at it’s best….   Greetings Krag! I know you’re a busy man, so thanks for taking the time to answer a few questions. First of all, let me see if I’m missing anything: Guitarist for Bahimiron Bass/Vocals for Fireborn Disciple The Deadite – all Hellshock Trinity – all Is there anything I’m missing and…

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Steel Hook Prostheses

Plague Haus makes an appointment with the surgeons of sickness, L. Kerr & J. Stillings. First of all, let me kick things off by saying thanks for agreeing to the interview. I think I’ve established the fact to you both what a gushing fanboy I am when it comes to your music. For the completely…

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Sewer Goddess

The woman behind the goddess blesses Plague Haus with an audience. Greetings, Kristen. For starters, when did you begin Sewer Goddess and where is your base of operations? And I’ve heard different things about who the project consists of, so please set me straight on the members. Sewer Goddess began in 2005 as an outlet for aural…

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Rosemary Malign

Plague Haus converses with long-standing Power Electronics protagonist ROSEMARY MALIGN. Greetings Rosemary! Some of the readers might be aware of your work as part of Eugenics Council (and some may not). Please be so kind as to give us a little history lesson up to your current activities. A Little history lesson… well growing up I…

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Mark Solotroff

Plague Haus interrogates the man behind the Bloodlust! label as well as Intrinsic Action, Bloodyminded, Fortieth Day, Animal Law & Super Eight Loop (to name a few). Greetings, Mark! For those not familiar with your work, can you give us a brief history lesson beginning with your work with Intrinsic Action until the present? Okay, here…

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Richard Ramirez

The man behind some of the longest running noise acts in the US, including Black Leather Jesus, Priest In Shit, Werewolf Jerusalem and owner of Deadline Recordings, answers a few questions for Plague Haus. Plague Haus: Greetings, Richard. For the uninitiated, how long have you been creating noise/PE and under what project moniker did you begin releasing material…

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Green Army Fraction

K.R. exchanges dialogue with the man behind the Swedish Power Electroncs project 1, Martin, let’s start with the standard question of introducing your project, perhaps with a brief overview of your achievements with Green Army Fraction to date, and how the project became animate to begin with. What first inspired you to create your own…

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Locrian

Plague Haus trades dialogue with the Chicago drone kings. First off let me say thanks for agreeing to the interview, I’m obviously a fan of your work. Let’s begin with the basics: who are the band members and when did you guys form? Terence: Thanks for interviewing us and for all of your kind thoughts…

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