DEICIDE Drummer Interviewed In Zagreb

Drummer Steve Asheim of Florida death metal veterans DEICIDE was interviewed by the "Metal Eye" show on Z1 TV when the band performed in Zagreb, Croatia on May 25, 2010 at club Boogaloo. Watch the chat below.

DEICIDE in 2008 inked a new worldwide deal with Century Media Records. The band has been working on its new album at Audiohammer Studios in Sanford, Florida with producer Mark Lewis (THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, CHIMAIRA).

In a 2009 interview with Express Night Out, DEICIDE bassist/vocalist Glen Benton stated about the status of the band's next CD, "[Drummer and composer] Steve [Asheim] had all that [music] done within about six or seven months of the last record being turned in to Earache. He writes stuff quickly. It's a little bit different from what we've done. It's a little less melodic, a little more blast-beat, chaotic-sounding stuff. ... Until I sit down and start writing, to me it's just a bunch of noise until I start separating it with vocal lines and stuff. I have to listen to the stuff over and over and over to figure out how to put the vocal parts on it. ... When I write, I can't go anywhere or do anything. I just sit there in front of my laptop with my headphones on and just write."

DEICIDE's most recent album, "Till Death Do Us Part", sold 2,900 copies in the United States in its first week of release.


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