Archive release of episode 161 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.
Originally published on June 10, 2012
Original show notes from this episode:
The “Lost” Society Burning Interview
In November of 2010, I conducted an interview with all 3 members of Society Burning the night before I suffered a catastrophic failure with my computer. At that time, and for months following, I thought that all was lost. Today, after using hard drive sector recovery software, I was finally able to retrieve the file that was the interview.
So after months of advertising the infamous review, I can finally present to you the final version of the interview. The actual interview lasted almost 40 minutes longer, but a lot of it was the 4 of us trying to get on the same page, so I edited out all of the mayhem and gave you the most listenable version of this conversation.
I think that you will enjoy it. There is a lot of ground covered, and you will find that not only are Society Burning a great band, they are an even better group of individuals. They are talented artists, great human beings, fans of this music, and also wonderful friends.
I thank them for their time, as well as their patience in getting this interview up. It may be 18 months later, but the information that we cover is still very relevant.
I also thank you, the listeners of the show and fans of Society Burning for waiting this long for this “lost” interview to finally be unveiled. Your long wait for this moment has finally been rewarded.
Many people and topics were discussed on this show. Here is a list of some of the many shouts that are given:
Nina at Fabryka Industrial Rock magazine
Eric Gottesman (Everything Goes Cold)
Steven Seibold (Hate Dept.)
Eric Powell (16volt)
Sean Payne (Cyanotic)
Dave “Rave” Ogilvie
The Birthday Massacre
Chase (Re-Constriction Records)
Nine Inch Nails
Front Line Assembly
Jamie Duffy (Acumen Nation)
Wade Alin (Christ Analogue)
Jason Bazinet (SMP)
Purr MDavid Secoreachine
Renee (Aztalanturf Podcast)
Power Forge Radio
Enjoy this really fun interview. And please forgive the quality issues. This was a pretty intense undertaking that didn’t come without it’s share of battle wounds