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Discussion in 'Children Of Bodom' started by COBHC Webmaster, Oct 17, 2005.
Damn, I knew I should have posted the interview before reading it!
really good interview!!!
Why was I unaware that Jaska had a Daughter?
The birth wasn't "advertised." Nothing unusual.
But as it would seem there are belated congratulations in order: CONGRATULATIONS, JASKA!
Good interview, didn't know either that Jaska had a daughter. But not surprised, it's not something they would really advertise. Anyway, congratulations to him
Video interview with Roope, in Gothenburg
Just thought it might be common knowledge to everyone else but apparently not.
^ No, I didn't know, either. Aw, that's so precious. X3 Congrats to Jaska!
I knew Jaska became father during the BLS tour, around October I think.
Btw, sorry I wasn't able to translate it cuz my google translator didn't decide in wich language to do it. Ha!
Alexi interview with Full Metal Jackie a couple of weeks ago
nice i was waiting for this
- i would love to see that candlelight piano video.... XD
Finnish metallists Children of Bodom released their seventh album overall on March 8th, Relentless Reckless Forever (via the Spinefarm label), and were awarded with their highest-charting album yet in the U.S. (debuting at #42).
To celebrate this accomplishment, the band's bassist, Henkka Seppälä, was willing to endure the Short-But-Sweet Interview.
UGO: How heavy is Relentless Reckless Forever?
HENKKA SEPPÄLÄ: What is heavy? I don't know what's heavy, it's in the ear of the listener. This album is the second heaviest in my opinion of our releases.
UGO: The video for "Was It Worth It?" contains appearances by skateboarders. Are you a big skateboarder or skateboarding fan?
HENKKA SEPPÄLÄ: Not a huge one, but after becoming friends with those dudes, I've come to love that sport. I'm more of a longboarder, myself.
UGO: If you had to choose only one genre, is Children of Bodom power metal, neo-classical metal, speed metal, black metal, or melodic death metal?
HENKKA SEPPÄLÄ: Melodic death metal.
UGO: How do you think a "Shovel Knockout" would feel?
HENKKA SEPPÄLÄ: I think that one wouldn't even realize what happened. When you finally wake up, THEN it might feel bad!
UGO: The band has selected some uncommon covers in the past, and this time, you out-did yourself with Eddie Murphy's "Party All the Time."
HENKKA SEPPÄLÄ: Yes. We love the song and it turned out quite good, actually. Eddie's the MAN.
UGO: Any chance of Children of Bodom covering another '80s classic, "The Super Bowl Shuffle," on your next album? If you're not familiar with it, here you go.
HENKKA SEPPÄLÄ: THANKS. That is great! I will bring this up next time for sure!!
New interview with Janne Warman @ http://www.twistmagazine.se/inter/childrenofbodom2011
Google translation tool available at the bottom of the page.
Also here's one I did with Jaska in 2008 @ http://www.twistmagazine.se/inter/childrenofbodom
^ Nice - thanks Live concert DVD next year
Very nice interview @ robertnorgren.
"Do you have any plans for a new DVD? - We want to try to record a concert this year, for release 2012th"
So at least one more COB album.
And next year's live DVD is the in-between release.
Just posted on their Facebook , Interview with Alexi on full metal jackie's Radio Show. (audio)
Edit : Sorry already posted by sleeper
Hmm it's going to be cool to see the new songs live. I hope they do it a) by the end of the European tour (it always takes them, particularly Alexi, some shows to get it all running smooth and great) or b) in one of the summer festivals. It'd be cool and it'd allow time for the album to be recorded, edited and (hatred mode on) widely and boringly promoted but still be released in 2012. I just hope they don't repeat too many songs from CRY.
Video interview with Janne
The usual half-assed questions, but Janne did say they'd be going to the US and Canada directly after the Japan tour, and possibly to Australia and South America towards the end of the year
Interview with Jaska