piątek, 25 maja 2018

Interview with Arif/ Faizal/ Vijesh/ Code Error!

      As a grind aficionado, I am constantly on the lookout for new acts around the world. One band that has got my attention recently is, Code Error. It features members from 2 of the best grindcore acts from South East Asia, Wormrot and Tools of the Trade. The band released a self titled EP a couple months ago. The 7 track release is a grindfreaks delights. I spoke to the band about their self titled release, recent shows with Rotten Sound and more. Peter 'Trendcrusher' K.

      Peter: The band features members of Wormrot and Tools of the Trade. How did you get together?
      Arif: We are friends for the longest time. So why not. It is a for fun side project for now. Who knows what’s in store for us in the future.
      Andy: People avoid code errors, they usually erase them. Do you have plan to survive in cyberspace?
      Faizal: Haha! No. Code Error is just a name for the band that we want to interpret as what currently happen in entire world and focusing all the good and bad things happen in our daily life.

      Peter: Your self-titled EP sounds vicious. Tell us a bit more about it.
      Faizal: We just gave our best shoot during the song writing process and during recording session. Prior to that, we have a draft plan that we want to stick on based on the direction of the EP and the expected outcome. Literally, it just a deeply efforts and outcome from the individual involved in the band based on what we want and love to do. No gimmicks and no bullshits.
      Peter: What was the inspiration behind the album?
      Faizal: Our own daily routine fuck up life who still struggle to be a part of this fuck up world.       Andy: Special attention has been paid to the Cover art. Is the Samurai's helmet supposed to keep his eyes open?
      Faizal: For us it’s already a killer artwork sketched by our Vocalist Arif. I think the way its projected and interpreted already fucking awesome. No doubt!
      Peter: What are your thoughts on the current state of Grindcore?
      Faizal: Where ever you live you still tangled with all the rules, bullshit system and all unnecessary protocols. Grindcore foresee all State is just needless. The struggle is real who and where ever you are.

      Andy: Grindcore rise interest in fashion-related environments, I wonder how it could be, instant dissociation is such a terribly boring condition, well when we are talking humankind.
      Faizal: Obviously it’s all came from their ignorance which never tries to dig out or understand nor think sensibly on what things/item that they are going to be wear in or out. It just sake of tendency where they thought is so fucking cool and look attractive from the other eyes. But for me, it is not a big deal. Let them rot.

      Peter: When you’re not writing or playing metal, what are you currently listening to (metal and non- metal)?
      Obituary – World Demise
      Silau Pukau – Dosa, Kota & Kenangan
      The Get Up Kids – All
      Carcass - Swansong
      Andy: "A Bird Doesn’t Sing Because It Has an Answer, It Sings Because It Has a Song." Named your top notch forever list.
      Nasum – Human 2.0
      Assuck – Misery Index
      Groinchurn – Every dog has its Decay
      Obituary – World Demise
      Pig Destroyer – Terrifyer
      Dahmer - Dahmerized
      Peter: You performed with Rotten Sound in Singapore and Malaysia recently. How did the shows go?
      Faizal: Both done very well. The most craziest and full with intensity was in Malaysia. Rumah Api never fail us! We had fun, meet old and new friends and spent a good time with Rotten Sound dudes.
      Peter: Do you have any more shows/tours planned?
      Faizal: Yes we have. But our top focus now is on song writing for our next full length album. Tour plan and details will come in later.
      Andy: What's your BPM score?
      Vijesh: 1011/60 seconds.
      Peter: Thanks for doing this interview. Do you have any final words?
      Arif: As for now it is quiet with the band as we are concentrating more on our main bands. We will resume operations when we have the time. Like I said before, no rush. Time will come for Code Error to surface once again.

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