Interview with Destroyers of All
Tell us about your latest release: the main concept; what fans should expect; what were/are your goals with it:
Our latest release is called “The Vile Manifesto”.
It’s an album in which we describe many of the atrocities committed by the human race over the ages.
Musically it’s a more “straight to the point” album than the previous one and that was our goal. Much faster and more furious.
Did you have a specific sound in mind when you formed the band, or did that grow and evolve as you played together?
We just wanted a metal band, not thinking about sub genres. Each of us has very different styles, from rock to black, death, thrash metal, etc … the important thing is to combine a little bit of our singular influences and create a diversified sound.
How does your writing process normally work out?
Some ideas are made individually at home and later we try to make the arrangements in the best possible way among all. Other ideas simply come up during our jam sessions.
What are your ambitions and how far do you want to push your band?
The sky is the limit, as they say! We work very hard to take the band up to the next level and we hope we’ll continue to grow as musician and individuals.
What are your influences/musical references and the impact those same influences had in your sound?
Like we said before we are five guys who have different influences from each other. Metal will always be the main thing, but some of us are influenced by the 70’s classic rock, others to 80’s thrash metal, black metal, technical death metal or progressive rock/metal. You can listen to all these influences in our songs, we try to make each song sound different from the other.
What’s next for you?
Our next step is to present Vile Manifesto in our city and across our country. But we’ll try to take it abroad and make a European tour to promote it.
Answers by: Alexandre Correia