QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Earlier questions and answersAnswered questions: 1148. Yet unanswered questions: 5.
I was wondering what kind of sticks you use when you are drumming?
I almost found that lighter sticks were easier to grip and enable faster speeds.. but they break incredibly easy.
Do you find any difference between the lightness/thickness?
I need a certain weight in my sticks to be able to play at all, lighter sticks don't work at all for me. / Anders
This is no joke right?
Did those asses destroy the site? Or did they change things so that you had to delete everything?
I'm sorry for you!
tänkte bara hör mig lite om hur det ser ut på Krigshot-fronten? Kan väl tänka mig att det kanske är så aktuellt nu när Coldworker släpper nytt, direkt. Men kände ändå att jag borde fråga för att få svar.
Hur går det med Napalm Death spliten??
Hittar ingen info om den någonstans!?
instead of a nice guitar head?
they are noisy and when you recorded helvete with messa boogie you had the best result!:)
Tekniken du använder i Q&A-delen på nasum-sidan, är det en färdig modul, eller något du / ni knackat själva? Om det är en modul, är det freeware eller något man köper?
Ha det gott!
During the beginning process, the start of Nasum, and even in the later era,
I was wondering what your means of funding Nasum were?
Obviously you had some help from the fellow members,
but.. Did you have a side-job, or endorsements?
I always had an interest in how someone starts up a band, and how it's paid for..
Are there any places where I can buy Grind Finale anymore or do I have to start looking from the 2nd hand cd-shops?
Gavs "domedagen" ut i olika färger eller är det grönt omslag som gäller??
Jag tror omslaget kopierades upp på vilket papper vi än kunde hitta. Jag kom inte ihåg några gröna ex, men som sagt - det är ett äkta ex. / Anders
I noticed the Krigshot "Orebro-mangel" t-shirt is gone. Will it ever come back?
I was wondering what songs you play for a warm up when practicing with Coldworker, or just by yourself?
Obviously, you'd play your own stuff, but do you cover any other songs just for the hell of it?
the last message confuse me..what do you think about Relapse merch??they still sell the shirt.a silly question I know !
maybe the guy should buy a doombringer pre-order package with a shirt^^!!
..and some bootlegs are cool.don't forget the Napalm Death "Bootleg In Japan" :-D
people should buy bootlegs,but don't buy bullshit!!!
cheers my friends
And "Bootlegged in Japan" was an official release, despite the name... / Anders
Jag ville bara veta arför inte relapse har prodikterna som finns här och varför produkterna på relapse inte finns på denna sida. hur kan det komma sej?
I had asked this question awhile ago, I think like 8 months ago or something, but I kind of left out the overall, main question I meant to ask.
I've seen so many grindcore band videos, and I noticed all the drummers will be doing the blast on the snare with their left hand, while they hit the hi-hat and symbols with the right hand. I noticed you do that, too.
You, being a drummer for so long, I wanted to know if that was the actual correct way of doing it? Or is it just a righty/lefty kind of ordeal? I find myself, when I'm drumming, to be doing the snare blasts with my right hand.. opposite of what I see in the grind videos.
In my opinion the "blast with the right hand on the snare" is a completely different beat, as played by Cannibal Corpse for example.
But any way you slice it is good I guess. There are no correct ways to do anything anymore. So if it works and sounds good, then just do it. / Anders
I was reading in some of the archives about how you would edit/polish songs and such..
Let alone, lots of Grind Finale was edited with.
Did you take any lessons on working with music editing,
or did it come along naturally from playing around with music programs and what not?
What did you do to improve the quality of the recording?
Thanks for this, Anders!
When I heard the news about the new CD,
I think I woke my parents up from screaming.
I was wondering if the album is mastered and all the like?
Or is it just a live recording with stage mics and such?
Feels nice to have a piece of Nasum be released when I'm a huge fan,
seeings how I was In grade 8 when Shift was released, and I had no clue what "grindcore" was!
What is Doombringer? I am confused because I read about that release on relapse.com
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The complete biography of Nasum covering the entire history of the band, from the early years to the end of band in 2004... And a slight addition of the 2012 Farewell return. To the biography
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