Q: Where is Fuck The Facts from?
A: We’re based in Ottawa, Canada, but most of us live on the Quebec side in Gatineau.
Q: How long has Fuck The Facts been together?
A: The bands started in 2001, before that it was a solo recording project of mine.
Q: How many members are in Fuck The Facts? Names? Instruments?
A: Currently we’re a 5-piece. Mel on vocals, Vil on drums, Steve on bass/backing vocals, Jean and myself on guitars.
Q: What is the age range of the band members?
Q: What (if any) is the message behind Fuck The Facts’s lyrics?
A: Mel is the main person behind the lyrics, but I give some input and suggestions. English isn’t her first language, so I try and make sure everything she writes gets across properly. We cover a lot of different topics, but it all revolves around stuff that affects us and we see in our every day lives. Lots of personal experiences go into the lyrics. Everything in this band is influenced by what we do on a daily basis; there’s no image we’re trying to get across and message that we’re trying send. But I still think many people can relate to what we write.
» 5 out of 5 Evil Faces
Okay, it seems as though it has been a long time waiting for this one to come out.
Though the time has finally arrived for the release of the newest CD from Suffocation simply entitled Suffocation. This one has been released by Relapse records.
I remember back in my youth, before I really knew anything about Death metal. I would listen to a local radio show and they would play various stuff (some I liked, some I did not) though everytime I would hear a song that I really liked it would turn out to be Suffocation.
So I bought their CD’s and can honestly say that they are one of the best DM acts from the 90′s. The riffs and intricate picking we’re unlike any other bands I was hearing. Of course there are bands that have mimicked their style over the years, but noone has ever really captured the true essence of this band.
» 4 out of 5 Evil Faces
Here is a review of a CD that is not music. It is stand-up comedy. Though music is partly the topic, more specifically metal music and it was released by a metal label. So that is why I am gonna review it, plus I gotta review something.
I am sure you have seen this guy before even though you may not know it. He had a re-occuring role on the NBC show Just Shoot Me amongst other notable acting credits to his name.
He is the semi, well complete nerdy actor we all know and love Brian Posehn. He has released a comedy CD via Relapse records and of all things, in part he discusses heavy metal music.
Who knew that when I am watching JSM reruns I was watching a metal fan play one of the parts. Not that it is really all that surprising that he is a fan of metal or anything. It is just not everyday that someone you see on TV is putting out a comedy CD via a heavy metal label. So I guess that is the unusual part, not so much his musical preference.
» 4 out of 5 Evil Faces
Here is a review of the newest CD from Sweden’s Anata. This is a great band, that I have just recently had the pleasure of listening to. We’ll, it has been awhile now but they still seem new to me.
Though this release is not all that new it came out way back in January/2006, but I just bought it over the weekend.
There’s a radio station here in Dallas that caters to metal fans, so I have had the pleasure of hearing this band on there a number of times over the years but for some reason hearing stuff on the radio just does not do it for me. It’s a great way to find new bands to check out and such but I have to get a copy of a CD and listen to it in it’s entirety (a few times perhaps) before I can really say that I like or dislike it.
I mean what can you tell by hearing a band play one song, other than if you want to hear more songs by them or not.