Mikee of SiKTH Interview6th October 2016 0 By Jeni
So you guys are releasing your 10th anniversary edition of Death of a Dead Day on the 30th September, that’s an incredible achievement how excited are you to see how it goes?
You have a pretty unique style, how did you develop that? Was it just a natural progression or was it taught?
We recorded those as demos for that album. So it was a simple choice.
How do you think that the industry has changed since you started and how would you like to see it change in the future?
Thinking of comparisons, how does your first ever show compare with your shows now?
It’s awesome that you’ve played some huge festivals like Download and toured with the likes of Slipknot. If you could tour with anyone else and play any other festival who and what would it be?
Do you have any bizarre pre show rituals or requests?
We’ve heard some pretty wild stories of strange things happening on tours, what’s the strangest thing you’ve ever seen?
So many bands have said that you have influenced their music, how does it feel it be an inspiration to the next generation of musicians?
Who influenced you to become musicians?
Will you be looking at touring in any other countries or releasing any new material?
It’s pretty safe to say that everyone has at least one guilty pleasure song but what would yours be?
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Hi, I’m Jeni, a twenty-something-year-old metal chick with a pungent for all things geek, art and bizarre fashion choices including my recent addition of light up trainers!!! My passion for metal started when I was in school and my dad bought me Sum 41’s All Killer No Filler which I thought worked well with my Avril Lavigne esque skater girl look (It’s embarrassing I know but I’m pretty sure 90% of girls went through this shameful style of vest/tie combos). From there my love for metal started to blossom, I was spending most of my time at gigs and listening to more diverse music which got progressively heavier (to the dismay of my mum) and by the time I went to my first Download Festival I was in full swing. Windmilling arms towards the front pit of Slipknot and screaming like I knew what I was doing! (I didn’t know and just ended up losing my voice but it was an experience I’ll never forget). Now, I predominantly listen to all things “core” metalcore, hardcore etc but I also still have a sweet spot for pop punk (I can hear the moans of everyone at AATR already). I’m sure you’ll get the gist of what I’m about from reading my reviews! I hope you all enjoy - Jenibean out :)