August 10, 2017 |

Deadly Inscription take on the A-Z challenge!

Deadly Inscription take on the A-Z challenge!

August 10, 2017 |

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Scottish metallers Deadly Inscription recently released the NSFW video for new single Cemetery Wind, we asked the band to take on our A-Z challenge!

A song which made you want to make music?

Trivium - Rain

Best rider you have ever had?

5 Bottles of Buckfast & a packet of Tunnocks Tea Cakes.

Craziest moment you've experienced in the band?

Taking 2 minibuses full of Scots down to Manchester to see us play the Manchester Academy.. Holy shit that was a crazy night.

Deepest lyrics one of your songs features?

All Men must face their final judgement, this is but the law of flesh, bone & spirit.

Easiest song you wrote?

Deadly - self titled punk masterpiece we wrote when we were like 16. Basically consisted of three power cords and the words We're fucking Deadly.. thankfully not played anymore.

Favourite song in your set?

Cemetery Wind has been great to play live. I think because we hadn't ever played it live and had it sitting there for so long. We love to play all our songs, but the faster the track the better and with it being our newest we can't help but get that new tune buzz

Guest you'd most like to feature on your record?

Trevor Strand of The Black Dahlia Murder, Trevor if you see this hit us up mate!

Hardest thing about being in a band?

Van life and just in general wanting to murder each band member on a daily basis.

Interesting fact about one of your members?

One of our band members has been know to drink booze & piss out of his own shoe.

Jokes you have in the band?

More liver failure than a joke, but we have an ongoing game where if someone drops a 5p into your pint or drink it needs to be finished. After a few days on tour it becomes more a battle for life than a joke..

Key to writing a song?

The key to writing the perfect song is never decide that's it just finished, there can always be more balls or something missing in a track. We always go over a new track thousands of times, taking different approaches to where we would like it to go, then practise practise practise.

Longest distance you've travelled to play a show?

Our last tour basically spanned the whole of the UK.