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We have talked with East Europe deathster BLOODY TERROR, an excellent band, which debuted with the Italian Record label Invincible Records! 
The answers are of Mr.Styx (MS) and PowerSquad (PQ).

1. Hi guys, tell us when you formed your group?
Mr. Styx - In mid-2010 we with PowerSquad recorded a cover of the ever-known band. That wasn't seriousbut we liked about to work together and we decided to make a project Bloody Terror. Further work, recording, production, actually all that led to the present album. I hope you'll enjoy it:)

PowerSquad - In autumn 2011 we started record session and after that BT joining Dr. Trajan! He complets our band for today and give some new interesting ideas for a band with his play.

2. What is the genre of your sound? is Death metal? Power Prog?
PQ - I think it's Death Metal with prog element's. Yeah, Styx ?

MS - Yep, I guess, it's the most poinful for our experimental music.

3. what is the source of inspiration for the lyrics? Who writes them?
MS - All of the lirycs we are writting together with PowerSquad. 

4. Do you think that English is the universal language now?
MS - Yes, of course. And, in fact, vocal in English is more melodic. And actually it's more understandable for the world.

5. what are the reasons by which you decide to give your band the name "BLOODY TERROR"?
MS - That was too tritely. We with PowerSquad have think about it along time. But than he proposed «Terror», which sounds not bad and I added «Bloody», so we were totaly satisfied about it.

6. your album "Shadow of death" will be promoted in international media, what are your expectations?
MS - Expectations? I don't even know...I would like if this album is listen by as much people as possible. I reckon to find our listeners – that is the most expectation about this album and our band.

7. How did you decide to sign the record deal with Mirko DeFox's INVINCIBLE RECORDS?
PQ -I advised him about this because of my publishing there (DP's PowerSquad). It's a pleasure to work with Mirko. Styx agreed, so I connected to Mirko.

8. To promote the record are you planning a live tour?
PQ - No. I'ts only project, who knows maybe in future we'll do a live shows but now we have our projets/bands and we focusing on it!

9. have you played in some important festivals?
PQ - no...

10. I would like to have your own point of view about the poor sales of the CD's, it's caused by the internet? technological development?
or it's changed the mentality of the fans?
MS - I think it's because of Internet. It's possible and simple to buy any album in digital type or simply to download it in a few minutes. Also, in Russia, can be difficult to buy a CD you wanted or you can buy a pirate fake. And the most important fact that people is now listen music in computers, mp3-walkmans or smartphones — why should I buy a CD if at leats it must be converted for my walkman?

PQ - yeah, you-'re right Styx :D

11. You're certainly not a international mainstream band, how do you judge the underground music scene?
MS - I reckon there're a lot of greatful underground bands, which is no worse that mainstream. But it's not easy to find some info about them and to listen. Or find them among a heap of other mediocre.

12. tell us a few funny anecdotes, in the past?
BT - 
Dictionary of Musical TermsJAZZ : Five men on the same stage all playing different tunes. BLUES : Played exclusively by people who woke up this morning. WORLD MUSIC : A dozen different types of percussion all going at once. OPERA : People singing when they should be talking. RAP : People talking when they should be singing. CLASSICAL : Discover the other 45 minutes they left out of the TV ad. FOLK : Endless songs about shipwrecks in the 19th century. BIG BAND : 20 men who take it in turns to stand up plus a drummer. HEAVY METAL : Codpiece and chaps HOUSE MUSIC : OK as long as it's not the house next door.


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