Hateful Abandon 2006 Interview with Kaleidoscope Zine

Antti of the Finnish zine Kaleidoscope (currently on it’s ninth issue) has been posting some older material online, including this 2006 interview with Vintyr.

With Hateful Abandon I want to create a paradox. The lyrics are about total strength, hate and questioning of emotions, whilst the music is quite sorrowful and bleak. This will continue throughout Hateful Abandon’s lifespan. Also, on the debut full length the lyrics will be included so that the listener can make that connection on his or her own. With Basilisk, it was varying topics. Usually with a Satanic bent, some tracks were very personal… other songs portrayed stories inspired by such twisted minds as Clive Barker, other songs inspired by true life events, such as the Black Plague.

Read the full interview.

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