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See You Next Tuesday

Interview von: arne mit SYNT, am: 25.07.2007 ]

Technisch anspruchsvolle, hoch komplexe “Extrem-Crossover-Sounds“ sind nunmehr auch auf Ferret angekommen, und der Einstand kann sich wirklich hören lassen! Platten wie „Parasite” erscheinen sonst eher auf Relapse oder Black Market Activities. See You Next Tuesday verbinden Grind, Brutalo-Death, MathCore und MetalCore-Mosh zu einem überaus rabiaten, bitterbösen Album. Kaum zu glauben, dass der Fünfer hier gerade einmal sein Debüt vorlegt.


Musicscan: give our readers a short briefing about See You Next Tuesday, please. what do we have to know about yout band?

See You Next Tuesday: Well the biggest thing about us is that we are just normal dudes that like to have a good time. We do this to have fun!!!

Musicscan: the musical mix of death-, grind-, noise and chaos-parts seems to be very popular at the moment. just tell me a bit about your motivation to play especially this crazy and technical kind of music, please.

See You Next Tuesday: Well the answer to the pervious question answers this one. There is nothing more exciting then to play this kind of intense music.

Musicscan: many of todays heavy bands seem to miss originality and passion. Your band has tons of both and i'm impressed every time i listen to your songs. is it just a question of the right attitude towards music?

See You Next Tuesday: I guess it has most to do with first finding individuality within yourself as a musician. I have always been a unique player, being that I am self taught. I think that has the biggest impact on how our music comes out.

Musicscan: what do you miss within the heavy music today?

See You Next Tuesday: I cant really say I miss anything, I guess I don't really pay enough attention to heavy bands to be able to voice an opinion. Plus there are so many bands out there, its hard to even keep track.

Musicscan: could you imagine another way to get rid of your frustration and aggression besides being in an extreme metal-hc-grind outfit?

See You Next Tuesday: Haha, well I don't have either of those really. I am a pretty chill dudes, as are the rest of us. Doing anything to keep yourself out of our head is always a good thing for anyone though. My roommate Steve like to crochet.

Musicscan: your sound is really powerful, highly metallic and chaotic as well. was it your intention to create that particular sound or did it just happen? do you like to challenge your listener?

See You Next Tuesday: Definitely wanted to make a huge powerful sound right from the start. To me heavy is used as a very loose term. I think heavy music doesn't have to be down tuned, but just in your face so to speak. We aim to produce a wall of nonstop sound, that is what makes us as heavy as we are.

Musicscan: when you produce a record, do you only think about the NOW or is it important to you what you yourself will think about it in a couple of years?

See You Next Tuesday: Both actually have to be taken in to consideration. The most important of course is making it sound good for the moment, but then you should always sit back and think about it record in the long run.

Musicscan: what are the feelings you get out of your music and is there something you want the people to leave with?

See You Next Tuesday: I personally get really pumped, and if people listened to our music and felt the same way I do, then that would be amazing. I also get a feeling of accomplishment. Just listening to our music has memories attached to it.

Musicscan: what's your self-understanding of See You Next Tuesday? what does your band stands for? what are goals you are reaching for?

See You Next Tuesday: Well I can tell you right now that the band's name stands for a dirty word for a women's private parts, though I am sure that's not what you were getting at. I guess we really don't stand for anything. Ha-ha

Musicscan: What do See You Next Tuesday offer their listeners? Why should someone pick Up your cd or come to your shows? What is the thing that is different about your band that separates you from others?

See You Next Tuesday: Well I would like to think our music offers a new sound in the intense genre we are put in. as far as a live show, we put 150% into every performance. It's always filled with tons of energy and is always a good time, for us at least.

Musicscan: It looks like you are very experienced with tough situations. Like "what Doesn't kill you makes you stronger." am I right?

See You Next Tuesday: You are beyond right, we have work very hard to get where we are. Playing anywhere we could just to play in front of new people. Kitchens, halls, churches, you name it we have played it. Everything we did used to be DIY, so we are very thankful for what we have now.

Musicscan: How much attention you guys put on Europe in general? Here seems to be a Bigger interest in See You Next Tuesday...

See You Next Tuesday: We would love to put all of our attention there; touring Europe is something we can't wait for. A chance to go to a different part of the world to do something we love for a new audience. Count me in!!!

Musicscan: Can you take one "typical" See You Next Tuesday song and explain what you hope people are getting out of it.

See You Next Tuesday: Well I don't write any of the lyrics, just the music, so I am not sending any messages. Again, I just hope people listen to it and get stoked.

Musicscan: if you would summerise the message and atmosphere of See You Next Tuesday' music in one sentence. what would it be?

See You Next Tuesday: PARTY ON!!!

Musicscan: What is the thing you guys feel especially proud of (whether compositionally, lyrically,...)?

See You Next Tuesday: I am proud of everything. The biggest thing being where we are and how we got here. Hard work does pay off, even if the hard work is fun.

Musicscan: you surely read press reviews for your releases. is there something you can not feel familiar with? maybe some comparisms?

See You Next Tuesday: It was funny to read, that's about all I can say.

Musicscan: what kind of feeling is it to play your songs in front of a crowd? How long does it usually take until the kids go crazy?

See You Next Tuesday: The feeling is amazing, every time. Even at a show where kids just don't seem to be into what we are doing, we still have a blast, you have to, or what's the point of doing what we do... as far as kids reactions, it really just depends on where we are, and what show we are playing. Sometimes as we are walking on stage kids are ready, some stand there like they didn't know what just happened.

Musicscan: something you would like to mention at the end? just do it.

See You Next Tuesday: Ummmm, buy our CD, it will make you smile!!!