1. Can you give us an update on what is going on with the band these days?
Our new album “Documentaries Of Dementia” has just been released on Comatose Music and so far the response has been great! We just played Las Vegas Deathfest and had a killer show out there and got to meet a lot of fans from the west coast who had never got to see us before… Basically just trying to get the word out about the new album as much as possible!
2.How would you describe the musical sound of the new album and how it differs from previous releases?
I would say musically it’s more polished and well thought out. As far as the writing we really just tried to write the best songs we could and tried to make each song unique and catchy and easy to follow and flow really good… The production of this album is definitely much more clean and polished. We did it ourselves so everything sounds exactly how it’s suppose to sound.
3.What are some of the lyrical topics and subjects the band explores with the new release?
For this album I really wanted to keep the lyrics based on reality and things that have actually happened to people, so most of the songs are written about serial killers, torture killers, rapists… “Postmortem Fluid Evacuation” is about suffering and dying from fecal impaction. “Crack Whore Compost” is about Gary Heidnik, who kidnapped crack whores and held them captive as sex slaves and tortured them and when they starved to death he would grind up their remains and mix it with dog food and feed it to the other captives. Things like that…
4. What is the meaning and inspiration behind the bands name?
The meaning of the name is to “regurgitate a corpse…” It hadn’t been used yet and it sounded good to us so we went with it.
5. I have read that the band has yet to do a live show, is that going to change in the future?
It has changed a lot since that old bio was written! At that time our drummer was still in the military and we were waiting for him to get back. Since that time we’ve played many live shows including New JerseyDeathfest, Las Vegas Death Fest, Central Illinois Metalfest, and many more…
6.There was a 9 year gap between the 2 full lengths, what was the cause for that?
Our drummer had to leave the band for four years because he went into the military in 2004, right after we recorded “Suffocated In Shrinkwrap.” So while he was doing that, we were writing the bulk of the material for “Documentaries Of Dementia.” When he returned in 2008, we immediately started getting new songs and old songs ready to play live shows, and since we had never played any shows in support of “Suffocated In Shrinkwrap,” we basically spent all of 2009 and most of 2010 playing shows promoting that album… In 2010 we had a lineup change and added two new members, Jimmy Javins on vocals, and Scott Kinnamin on bass, and really started drilling down on the material for the new album. We played a few shows with that lineup, and then had another lineup change in 2012 and added Phil Good to the band on bass… “Documentaries Of Dementia” was recorded throughout 2012 and here we are in 2013 and the new album is finally out!
7. On a worldwide level how has the feedback been to your music by fans of brutal death metal?
So far the response has been great both for the new disc, and also “Suffocated In Shrinkwrap.” Brutal Death Metal fans are the most supportive fans in the world, and we’re very lucky to have them supporting us!
8. What is going on with the other musical projects these days?
There really are no other musical projects to speak of. We’ve all had other projects in the past but none of those bands are active right now…
9.What direction do you see your music heading into on future releases?
We’re just gonna do what we’ve always done which is try to write the best album we can… Our focus has always been to progress as a band without wimping out or having weak sounding parts. So many bands have pussed out over the years and they always refer to this as “progressing.” But I think that’s horse shit and I believe you can progress without having gay parts and even getting more brutal with each release while at the same time progressing musically is totally possible!
10. What are some bands or musical styles that have influenced your newer music and also what are you listening to nowadays?
I would say that we’re mostly influenced by what we listen to and also albums that have made a big impact on our playing styles. I’m still influenced by many of the same albums I was influenced by back when I was in Regurgitation, like “The Bowels Of Repugnance” by Broken Hope had a huge impact on my playing and writing style. Other influences include Suffocation, Older Cryptopsy, Pyaemia, bands like that…
11.Outside of music what are some of your interests?
Not much really… Outside of music I live a pretty basic life. I just like hangin’ out and having a good time…
12.Any final words or thoughts before we wrap up this interview?
Thanx a lot for the interview! We appreciate the support and we’re always wanting new supporters and bands to get in touch with us! Also we have our new album “Documentaries Of Dementia” available as well as shirts and other merchandise available at:www.necroticdisgorgement.com/bigcartel Or hit us up at:www.facebook.com/necrotic.disgorgement.official