Created To Kill Interview



1. First off I'd like to ask how did your holidays go and did you have any New Year's resolutions?

Steve: Main resolutions is to play as many shows as possible to promote the new CD!

2. What has the response been so far for "Worship Or Die"?

Steve: Pretty good, it's been going really well!

3. How did the band's sound progress from The Split CD to Worship Or Die?

Steve: We got a lot more technical more complex songs and a lot of the stuff a on the split were the first two demos were put on the split.

4. Where did the album title come from?

Steve: It was a lyric in one of the songs was "Kingdom Of Death," and it was part of the chorus so took it from there.




5. What inspired the lyrics for this album?

Steve: Mostly various different things some political and some based on other things horror movies, the whole album is political.

6. Have any absolute favorite horror movie?

Steve: The Evil Dead Series and anything by George A. Romero.

7. Do you or the band have any pre-concert rituals?

Steve: Nothing in particular just practice, we don't do any drinking just play straight forward and focus on what we're doing and then go party afterwards.

8. Have you guys heard of a festival called the Los Angeles Murderfest? Would you be interested in playing it?

Steve: Yea, we would be totally interested in playing it but no offers to play it yet. We have a few festivals out here some happening in May.

9. What was the first concert you attended as a fan?

Steve: It was pretty awesome really back in 1991 "Clash of the Titans," with Anthrax, Megadeth and Slayer!



10. What was the most memorable tour experience for you?

Steve: Probably playing out in the middle of the wilderness, we opened for Wacko Jesus in the middle of a cornfield. *Laughs*

11. What do you do when you're not on stage or in the studio? Do you have a "day job"?

Steve: I just got laid off but at the moment just working full time on music and sending our music out to the labels.

12. Was there ever a record that you didn't go out on tour to support it?

Steve: No this is really our first full length LP since the split, we pretty much just play constantly.

13. Any thoughts or comments?

Steve: Thanks for doing this interview and the reviews real good and catch us out on the road this summer, heading out to Texas and then to Kansas and then back up here this summer!

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