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INTERVIEW: Mikee Goodman (SIKTH)

Wikipedia Bio:Sikth (also typeset as SikTh) are a British progressive metal band from Watford, Hertfordshire, England, formed in 1999. They are considered to have been a key influence on the development of djent alongside Meshuggah. SikTh’s style of music is hard to categorize and as they incorporate many different elements of metal, rock and hardcore. They are commonly categorized as progressive metal due to their unorthodox approach, as well as avant-garde metal and mathcore due to the complex nature of their instrumental playing abilities and the regular inclusion of dissonance into their music.According to guitarist Dan Weller;"Energy has always inspired us, things that really get you pumping. We play extreme music, sure, but in the sense that we go to all extremes. If something sounds good, then we’ll do it, and that includes beautiful, melodic music, which we all love, too".According to guitarist Pin;"But we’re always concerned with the quality of the tune; just writing crazy music isn’t enough, and I think that’s what makes us different from other bands who go really technical. We’re definitely writing songs." [source: wikipedia.org]
Listen to an exclusive phone interview I had with vocalist Mikee Goodman. We talk up the upcoming tour of Australia, their re-formation and about working with Iron Maiden lead guitarist Adrian Smith!
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SikTh – Cracks Of Light (feat. Spencer Sotelo of Periphery)

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