Friday, October 9, 2009

Ayat Interview

1. Can you tell us a little bit about the band, what got you into playing a brutal form of metal, and what your goals were in the beginning?
FF: No.
2. I know you gort the band name from the Koran, but can you explain what "ayat" means to my readers, who have not yet read the book?
FF: Your readers should Google it.
3. How do you get ahold of music equipment, c.d's, tapes, or records in a Muslim land, I know from listening to your music, you must had to go through all of the trouble obtaining this stuff?
FF: Yes. It’s very hard in Muslim Land. We all have to make our own equipment with wood, rope and camel fur.
4. How are the liquor laws in Lebanon, i know some Muslim countries ban the use of alcohol, but I did see an imported beer from your country once?
FF: I’m neither a lawyer nor a legal expert in liquor laws.
5. How would you describe your live show?
FF: Non-existent.
6. Are there any plans for a tour?
FF: Not in the foreseeable future.
7. What other releases have you put out besides the one on Moribund?
FF: A bunch of shit. Check Encyclopedia Metallum.
8. How would you describe the musical progress over the years?
FF: A sharp slope.
9. What direction do you see the music heading into during the future?
FF: I’m not a fortune-teller.
10. How would you describe the lyrical content of the music?
FF: Awesome.
11. WHat are some of your influences music wise or non music wise?
(Filthy Fuck mumbles a few obscure titles no one knows to impress the ignorant cunts reading this.)
12. What are you listening to nowadays and what would you recommend new or old?
(Filthy Fuck mumbles a few obscure bands no one knows to impress the ignorant cunts reading this.)
13. What role does Satanism or Occultism play in the music?
FF: Occultism: none. We are striving hard to get Black Metal back to the horrible real world and leave the golems and trolls alone. The Troll Union had already expressed concern over the abuse of their image and they’re legally pursuing Mortiis as we speak.
Satanism: none. If you are bold enough to be anti-(insert name of religion) you might as well be bold enough to deny the whole myth down to its very foundations. Being a worshipper of Satan instead of god is like believing Free Base will get you out of Heroin.
Yet, if we are to take the figure of Satan as an analogy of rebellion, the figure that says no at the ultimate moment and is prepared to suffer an eternity for it, and thus Satanism becoming a code of honor, a behavioral set, an attitude, then we are Satanists to the moment of death. But to begin to think that people are actually KNEELING down and PRAYING for Satan just sends me into roars of laughter.
14. What are some good films or literature that you would recommend?
(Filthy Fuck mumbles blablabla….)
15. How would you describe the extreme metal scene in Lebannon?
FF: The best in the whole wide world.
16. Any final words?
FF: No.
17. Thanks for the interview?
FF: You’re asking me?

1 comment:

  1. Hahahahahaha what a hilarious piece!!!!!