Eternal Judgment's Remy Roy Avoid the Fatal Virus

Heavy thrash metal act Eternal Judgment has been playing the scene as of 2008, since then they have played shows on and off while writing for their debut full-length album coming soon, the band has said that they have got a lot of plans for the future. Frontman vocalist and guitarist Remy Roy discusses about their musical inspirations, debut album, and upcoming plans.

1. Introduce yourself, tell me what you do in Eternal Judgment, and how long the band has been together.

Rémy: Hi I'm Rémy , Guitarist & singer of Eternal Judgment ( south-shore of Montreal ) and we've been toghether since 2008 but I'm the only original member now.

2. Tell us the brief history of your band.

Rémy: It started with me and my old friend Jean-Loup Venne we kept on jamming songs of Metallica , AC/DC , Black Sabbath  and then thought we could do some originals instead. That's when Pete an old friend of ours came in as the drummer. We soon found this crazy ass bassist Jacob Schinasi and started playin' gigs. Since 2008 we have played around 50 gigs in Québec & Ontario.

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there?Are there any local bands you could recommend?

Rémy: We are from a suburb area called '' Montérégie '' ( Québec , Canada ) . It's a very nice place and it's 25 minutes away from Montreal! The fact Montreal is so near means that, yes, I can recommend you a lot of bands; Reanimator , Alchoholator , Powered by Death , Chemical Way , Warsenal , The Unconscious Mind, Brought By Pain , Beyond Creation, The Poor Generation , Unhuman , The Dahlias , Citizen Vicious, I could go like this for ages! ( and that's in a 45 minutes '' with a car '' ride ) . We got a wholle lotta crazy bands!

4. What type of band are you?

Rémy: Thrash Metal.

5. Why did you want to name the band Eternal Judgment? What does it symbolize and represent for the band?

Rémy: It deals with a whole concept around our first album that will be released soon . When people see the cover they will freak out!

6. Who are your musical and non-musical influences?

Rémy: Deep Purple, Slayer, Pearl Jam, The Offspring, Johny Cash, Pantera, Metallica, ( who the fuck didn't listen to them). As for the non musicians ... The Jackass crew, Trailer park boys, and my grandfather.

7. What are your songs about? (What specific themes do they cover?)

Rémy: It's pretty much hate against the government, corruption, police, and anger. Most of the time some songs are more party time songs talking about getting drunk and partying!

8. Do you write your own songs? (Discuss the songwriting process in detail.)

Rémy: I do a lot of the writing but how it happens is a member suggests or helps with the writing . Usually I write something (with guitar pro) and the guys like it so we go forward! Also Simon (rhythm guitar) writes a bit on his side too.

9. What's new in the recording of your music?

Rémy: We have great gear and enough time to record our stuff properly. We can definitely say we have a professional sound! Thanks a lot to DanRock Studios!

10. What are your dreams and goals?

Rémy: Living my life, even if I'm very poor, with the music I play. Being on tour is a dream and having more time to record!

11. What should labels/zines/promoters know about your band? Why should they be interested in it?

Rémy: We will never give up our goal, we have a lot of inspiration for future and love what we do!

12. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

Rémy: On YouTube, Facebook , iTunes, and our Bandcamp!

13. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

Rémy: Release our first full length album! Soon after winter we hope.

14. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

Rémy: That they can expect even more on the next CD!

15. Any final words of wisdom?

Rémy: Let it be .

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