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|Topic Started: Feb 10 2010, 02:46 AM (416 Views)|
|arish3m||Feb 10 2010, 02:46 AM Post #1|
There’s a new interview with Thebon on the web. The interview was originally posted on eternal terror website.
I had to use the google translator for this so it’s not that accurate.
Thebon from Keep of Kalessin will later this week in the fire as the first Norwegian black metal singer in the Eurovision Song Contest and when it is appropriate that he gets a little column space here in the Eternal Terror. He began in the Keep of Kalessin for almost 5 years ago and he has developed his vocals much. Here is his contribution to The Deep Throat Series and you can read some of his thoughts about what to do extreme vocals, and partly to find out who was his greatest sources of inspiration on that front.
When you started doing extreme vocals (year and age)?
Has played in rock / metal band since elementary school, as well has really always been doing it. But both started researching out the kind of vocals in the 15-16 years of age, from 1997 like that about.
What made you start with extreme vocals?
Was probably a gradual transition from grunge / rock singing the more extreme cases, but started well to make it a greater degree when I joined the Subliritum and had developed it much more when I was in the Keep of Kalessin in 2005.
Can you try to describe it or the techniques you rely on?
A bit difficult to put into words really since I mix a variety of techniques to create different types of vocals. But must have a basis in classical singing technique, and has found a way to use it when I shall roar. And since I mostly located on a cross between singing and roaring, it is a must to have the technique of classical singing, or my voice had been destroyed long ago.
Has your technique changed during the course of his career, and if so, how?
Have well been better at controlling his voice, and found new ways to use it. User who said mixing roaring and singing, or Åge technique that we like to call it, and finding new ways to use your voice on.
Have you ever hurt yourself by using the wrong technique?
No, have never done it, I learned classical singing technique early on, and it allows me to roar almost as long as I want without getting tired and ruin your voice.
Are there any things you do regularly to keep her voice alive? Routines?
Practice almost never home, but live mostly in the studio or tour bus, so do the singing more than NOK to put it that way.
Do you think it can be dangerous to do extreme vocals?
It's the path to the dark side of the force.
What is most important - to make cool sounds and interesting rhythm, or to have a clear articulation?
Mon gotta like that both should be on top, so I'm working on getting everything to sound good. Dissemination of the text you sing and get it to be convincing.
Do you think that to do extreme vocals can be a science - this and that it works - or is it more intuitive and individually?
I think it's a mix, because all are born with
Do you have any tips for others who will begin to do so vocal?
Practice singing technique, so you can shout and sing louder and over a longer period without destroying the voice, plus it provides a much greater control over his voice.
Mention three extreme vocalists whose style you like best, and justify your choice. What are you particularly like the style of each of these three? Mention the three vocalists (not necessarily extreme) that have been important sources of inspiration for you, and say a few brief words about the manner in which you have been inspired by each of these.
Have well no extreme vocalists who have some special source of inspiration, but I have heard most of all, and got lots of inspiration from the Lane Staley (Alice in Chains) and Robb Flynn (Machine Head) and Russell Allen (Symphony X).
've Probably hung in place with these since it was the music that I listened to when I began to discover rock and metal. Staley I like because he is brilliant at creating melody lines, and convey what he sings about, feeling that it's called. Flynn has a lot of the same features, but in a somewhat harder variation, and uses her voice a bit like me, with the roar of the toner.
Russel Allen is just one of the most spectacular voices in the world.
Who do you want to challenge? (who shall be Nestemann to answer these questions) Give a short explanation of your choice.
Tommy Helmet from Insense, because he sings very well and playing in one of Norway's feteste band.
|FrikkFelix||May 20 2010, 06:01 PM Post #2|
|A cool interwiew with one of the best vocalists in the world|
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