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“I was trying to have a really positive vibe. But meanwhile, having this kind of trippy, King Crimson and weird Monster Magnet type thing going on in the background.”

Adam John Cooper

Having served the local music scene since the early 1990’s Melbourne metal outfit Suiciety have truly been there and done that – twice – in the Australian music landscape.

While never cracking the lucrative markets of acceptance, the band has always maintained a strong and loyal fanbase on the strength of early releases Deeper Vision through to their latest EP Reincarnated, which is out now.

Despite band members being spread across the planet in the modern age, Suiciety still have that hunger and fire that only heavy punk rock-infused music can deliver, with lead vocalist Adam John Cooper sitting down earlier this week to chat about the new EP and history of the band.

The chat covered a range of topics, including the potential promotional benefits of bringing a band to Melbourne and the significance of interviews in the music industry. The conversation also touched on the impact of personal connections and the role they play in the success of bands.

Adam provided insights into the creative process and inspirations behind the tracks on the Reincarnated EP, highlighting the thematic elements of their music and running through the four songs track-by-track. He also shared information about RATFest, discussing the hand-picked line-up.

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