Hi , after finishing the work on the CD-release of „Sea of Dead Consciousness“ we started to write new songs. So currently we are writing new material. This will take a while but our goal is to release a full length album in 2017 with some dark, twisted and chaotic death metal.
2.How would you describe the musical sound that is presented on the recordings?
The sound is like the whole music – challenging! It is important that music and sound link to a unit to unfold the full atmosphere. When you for example listen to Incantation´s "Onward to Golgotha" you can perfectly hear that. Everything has to fit together and so the musical and technical sound of our release is dark, brutal and chaotic. It takes the listener deep in the drowning abyss of the sea of dead consciousness and there he remains. Nobody needs a production like an steril scalpel, just for the sake of hearing every tiny sound! We would like to see the musical scene to be more courageous concerning the sound and production.
3.What are some of the lyrical topics and subjects the band explores with the music?
The Band is a worship to the death in all facets. Everything ends in dust and nobody can escape. The lyrics are very important to the music, we don´t like death metal lyrics about politics and crap like that. Everybody has his opinion, but in death metal the lyrics have to be dark and negatively. For us the lyrics support the music to fall into the abyss when you hear our notes. Bringing the listener to the point where he realizes the full meaning of death to him as an individual is the goal of music and lyrics in combination.
4.What is the meaning and inspiration behind the name 'Inexorable'?
The name goes hand in hand with our lyrics. Death stands over all and inexorable means the relentlessness of death.
5.Currently there are only 2 members in the band, are you planning on expanding the line up in the future or do you chose to remain a duo?
We have some plans for a new session drummer, but nothing is concrete. As a duo we had the best output and the best imagination of our sound. It‘s hard to get people who like also this type of music and can play it.
6.Your last ep is getting re-issued in 2017 by 'Godz Of War Productions', are you happy with the support that they have given you so far?
Yes, Greg is really doing a good job for us. He is a very busy man and we feel that we fit very well in the label’s general musical direction.
7.On the ep you had done some Mayhem, Immolation and Mysticum covers, what was the decision behind doing your own versions of these songs?
Logically we are fans of these bands and they influence us a lot, Mayhem = vocals, Immolation = guitars, Mysticum = madness. So the three songs are a homage to some of our musical gods. The decision why we chose these songs and not any other is easy to follow: the songs are absolutely outstanding in the bunch of the music these bands made. Not that other songs are bad or something but these songs are very special, at least to us.
8.On a worldwide level how has the feedback been to your music by fans of death metal?
Very polarizing, the people love it or hate it. It’s no easy listening and that was very well reflected in the people who liked and disliked our music. You have to open yourself to our music and you have to listen carefully. When you like bands in the style of Gorguts, Immolation or Portal then Inexorable can be yours. When you are more into melodic, standard death metal Inexorable may be a hard try to you.
9.When can we expect new material and also where do you see the band heading into musically during the future?
We hope that we can release a full length in the fall of 2017. The general style will definitely stay the same. But naturally we try to improve the music within the style it has. So the new songs will be more negativ, dissonant, confusing and of course, challenging.
10.What are some of the bands or musical styles that have had an influence on your music and also what are you listening to nowadays?
Uh, too many to count. But a small choice may be Immolation, Incantation, Mayhem, King Diamond, Morbid Angel, Black Sabbath, Dodheimsgard, King Crimson and some Jazz and Blues Stuff. Other bands we are impressed of are Deathspell Omega, Portal, Antediluvian and Autokrator. But as mentioned before there are too many to count.
11.Does Occultism play any role in your music?
12.Before we wrap up this interview, do you have any final words or thoughts?
Thanks for the interview . Drink Beer and listen to the new Deathspell Omega record. And always keep in mind that there is no hope, only darkness and death!