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Interview with Cvlt Ov The Svn

I've been following Finnish anonymous "occult murder pop" band Cvlt Ov The Svn for years! I'm so excited they agreed to do an interview with us! If you haven't heard their stuff yet, go check it out!



Q: How did you all come together as a band?


A: This is sort of a one man show when in studio, but I obviously have a band with me when doing live shows.


Q: If you haven't already, do you plan on doing live shows?


A: Live shows are the number one priority that I'm working on at the moment. It has been somewhat a difficult task to get all the pieces together.


Q: What's your favorite snack?


A: My enemies.


Q: What made you decide to be an anonymous band? And will you ever reveal yourselves?


A: When shrouded in mystery, everything is more interesting to me. Also, I don't give a f*** about fame and I want to put the music first.


Q: What are some of your favorite movies?


A: I don't really watch movies anymore. When I was younger, I enjoyed titles like "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas", "Pulp Fiction" and Bram Stokers "Dracula" among others.


Q: What do you feel is the biggest challenge you're facing right now as a band?


A: Well as I mentioned before, one is to get the live show together. In todays industry, the challenges are constant and it requires a great deal of will power to get shit done.


Q: What is your dream artist you wish to collaborate with?


Q: Hmm. Josh Homme. 


Q: If you could pick one song to play for a potential new fan, which one would you pick?


A: It would be "The Pit".


Q: What can you tell me about the new stuff you're working on?


A: I've had quite a lot time in my hands during these past two years. You'll see, when I get it out. I am not here to disappoint.


Q: Do you have anything you want to tell your fans?


A: Have patience. It will be rewarded.


Q: What was the first time a piece of music made you really feel inspired and want to make your own music?


A: I can not recall specifically. "You Could Be Mine" blew my head off when it came out, but it took a few more years when I eventually picked up a guitar and started learning to play.


Q: What's your favorite thing about being in a band?


A: I think it's the feeling one has, when everything is said and done.


Q: If you were a salad, what kind of dressing would you have?


A: A lemon vinaigrette.


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