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In this issue:

• Interview with The "Great" Kat - Part 2

• Interview with Robin of Mysticum

• Greetings to all

• Interview with Eric Clayton of Saviour Machine

• "UNDER THE INFLUENCE"

• Finding Mikey

• Interview with Rev. Vincent Crowley of Acheron

• Interview with SynnLeaha Satana Satan's Sweet Slavery 'Zine

• Interview with Runhild of Thorr's Hammer

• Interview with Julia of Arrows of Malice

• Interview with Deaden/Von

• Interview with Eva O

• Interview with Bill Zebub of The Grimoire of Exalted Deeds

• NOT CHRISTIAN ENOUGH!!

• "I Was A Catholic School Girl!"

• Interview with Daemon of Limbonic Art

• Interview with artist JB

• Interview with Dani of Cradle of Filth

• "The Demon Called False Love"

• Interview with Sherri Luckey Watters of Wedding Party

• Interview with Doug Van Pelt of HM Magazine

• Interview with Angelkill

• Interview with Bart of Sinister

• Interview with Christer and Peter of Extol

• "I Love You, So Now We Can Have Sex"

Interview with Deprive

• "Regret"

• Interview with Nyk E. of Possession

• Interview with Giordano Bruno (The Prince of Agony) of Evol

• Interview with Candy Cane of Rackets and Drapes

• Interview with Tourniquet

• Interview with King Diamond

• Interview with Abel Gomez of Lament

• Final Words

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Interview with Deprive


Deprive - Tony, Nate, and Eric, chillin' with our friend Chris
I wasnít sure whether or not to interview this band, due to the fact it contains 2 prior members of El Pecado, so I felt kind of funny doing it for some reason. Iím interviewing this band nonetheless, not only because theyíre my friends, but because I truly dig their aggressive hard-core approach, and as I figured, it was really fun! Instead of typing out (laughter) every time, I will tell you now that most of the time during this interview, everyone was laughing. I must also add that they have recruited another guitar player who calls himself Aaron, just in case you wonder who the guy with the long hair is. So with a cerveza in hand, this is what we all had to say.

Interview with Tony, Eric, Nate, and some other friends who were sitting around at the time. 8/12/98

Interview by Mike Coles

The Outcast: O.K., Iím sitting here....where do you talk into?

Eric: Into that little microphone nub.

Nate: You know what? We started this band almost a year ago.

The Outcast: Thatís a good start. Deprive started a year ago. That takes care of my first dumb question. (Staring at Tony and Eric, speaking sarcastically.) I understand you guys used to be in El Pecado?

Eric: I will not admit to that.

Tony: That band sucks.

Nate: I have no comment.

The Outcast: How do you feel stealing them away?

Nate: Pretty good.

The Outcast: Do you feel fulfilled?

Nate: Yes.

The Outcast: Please explain.

Nate: No comment.

The Outcast: You need to quit doing that, you need to speak.

Tony: Let the masses hear you Nate!

The Outcast: Like many hard-core bands today, can Deprive be considered straight edge?

Nate: No.

The Outcast: Man Nate, can you be even more in-depth than that? Do I hear a second opinion?

Tony: (While doing something naughty.) Weíre straight edge (Sarcasm!). No weíre not straight edge.


Image from the past; Nate playing bass for Existence, the first band Nate and I played in. Picture taken in 1994
The Outcast: Here theyíre trying to...What? Iím asking the questions here son. You guys need to sit closer to me, itís hard to hear.

Valerie: Can Nate sit on your lap?

The Outcast: Yeah, he can even sit on my lap. NO....! Iím kidding, get off me! I might get too "happy". Let go of my leg! Seriously now. Um, letís see. Do you guys plan on getting any other members or do you plan on staying as a 3 piece?

Nate: Yeah, weíll probably get someone else.

The Outcast: Really? Another guitar player? Anyone in mind?

Nate: We donít know yet, but yes, another guitar player.

Tony: Weíre going to get a naked dancer.

Valerie: Nate, youíre too hairy. During our senior year, you used to lift your shirt up in class all the time and I always thought that was gross because you were too hairy. Do you remember that?

Nate: Iím not that hairy, just right there. You said Iím gross. Youíre really helping my self-esteem here.

The Outcast: Where are you going?

Eric: To get something to drink.

The Outcast: (Turning rapidly) And you are?

Sarah: Um... (Giggles)

Nate: Iím going to get up and sit somewhere else.

The Outcast: No, you need to sit here with me.

Nate: Then ask me some questions.

The Outcast: Alright, are you gay?

Nate: Sometimes.

The Outcast: Why?

Nate: It feels good to feel another manís ass. (At this point in time there was too much laughter to understand/hear everybody).

The Outcast: How do you guys feel about death? Not the band.

Nate: Who cares?

The Outcast: Why do you say that?

Tony: Itís a gateway.

The Outcast: Why do you say who cares?


Nate playing drums for Koze Kittens, which I also fronted.
Nate: I donít know, I donít really think about it.

The Outcast: Why not?

Nate: (Stutters) I donít....I donít know Mike.

The Outcast: I want to know.

Nate: My issue on death...be more explanatory with the question.

The Outcast: Man, everybody is saying that.

Eric: That should tell you something, Mike.

The Outcast: Bite me. Screw it, how do you all think would be the worst way to die?

Nate: Burned alive.

Tony: Suffocate.

Eric: Probably have a hot poker shoved up my ass, and have my throat slit. That would probably hurt pretty badly. (Hysterical laughter)

Nate: Actually being burned alive would hurt a lot worse because every single nerve in your body is being singed.

Tony: After a few minutes though, it would go away, youíd be in shock.

Valerie: Yeah.

The Outcast: Youíd be in more than shock.

Tony: Youíd be in complete shock. Your body would be shutting down; you wouldnít feel anything after awhile.

Nate: Ask another question.

The Outcast: How do you hope that you will die?

Nate: Fast.

The Outcast: But how?

Nate: Shot to the head.

The Outcast: Why?

Nate: Quick, painless.

The Outcast: How do you know?

Eric: Because Iíve done it. (Laughter)

Nate: It has to be quick; I donít care about the pain.

The Outcast: How about you?

Eric: Probably a hot poker in the ass and have my throat slit. (Laughter)

The Outcast: How about you?

Tony: Iíd like to get stabbed after having sex.

The Outcast: What?!

Tony: Just like in "Basic Instinct."

The Outcast: How about you?

Sarah: Me? I donít know.


K.Kittens playing live in 94
The Outcast: How about you?

Valerie: Drown.

The Outcast: Drown? Thatís how you want to die?

Valerie: Yeah.

The Outcast: Are you serious?

Valerie: No, Iím just kidding. I donít ever think about that kind of stuff.

The Outcast: Why not? You donít ever think about dying?

Valerie: I donít sit there and contemplate on it.

The Outcast: Letís see, what can we talk about now?

Nate: How big my cock is.

The Outcast: Okay, how big is it Nate?

Nate: No comment.

The Outcast: Where are you going?

Nate: Iím going to go sit in a more comfortable position.

The Outcast: Iíll show you a comfortable position. Sit with me. In all seriousness now. What are your lyrics like?

Nate: Um, girls, depression, stupid people who hang out at Highmanís, thatís about it, stupid people.

The Outcast: Why do you feel you need to talk about these subjects?

Nate: All stupid people should die.


K.Kittens press/promo shot - Nate, John, and I (Mike Coles)
The Outcast: Donít you think we should help stupid people in order for them to change?

Nate: No.

The Outcast: Why?

Nate: Because itís pointless.

The Outcast: Why do you think that?

Nate: I donít know, Iím just giving you bullshit Mike.

The Outcast: Donít look at me as Mike; pretend someone else is interviewing you.

Nate: Iíd give them the same bullshit too.

The Outcast: Do you like having hairy nipples?

Nate: No, not really.

The Outcast: How about a hairy penis?

Nate: No, not really.

The Outcast: Why not?

Nate: Well, if you shave it, you can make it look bigger.

Valerie: You would think that it would be the opposite.

(Everybody there): What?!

Nate: If you grow hair around it, you think itíll make it look bigger?

Valerie: Yeah.

The Outcast: Why do you say that?

Valerie: Because of all that hair around it.

The Outcast: No, if you shave it, itíll look bigger.

The Outcast and Nate: (at the same time) "Thereís nothing there to hide it."

Nate: So if you shave it around the base, itís like; "Oh my, look at that thing!"

Valerie: Honestly guys, Iíve never thought about it.

The Outcast: Sssuuurrre.


Existence Cheezy promo shot that was never used - Top: Matt and John - Bottom: Mike and Nate
Nate: Youíre having too much fun with this Mike,

The Outcast: Well yeah, itís my job.

Tony: Do you do every interview this way?

The Outcast: Um, no. Itís usually a lot more serious. Iím just having fun with my friends, you know?

Eric: Well, letís get serious.

The Outcast: How can I with him (pointing at Nate)?

Eric: Yeah Nate, come on.

Nate: Iím sorry, okay.

The Outcast: Serious question Nate. How come you donít like to drink?

Nate: (Starts laughing) Okay, Iíll get serious with this one. Because I see a lot of people...man, donít get so close with that thing.

The Outcast: Man, you donít know how hard it is trying to listen to a tape when people are either whispering or not talking loud enough, DO YOU?! NO! So bite me!

Nate: Okay, itís just not my style.

The Outcast: No, you were doing well, so get serious.

Nate: Iíve grown up with it and I donít like it. My dad drinks all the time.

The Outcast: Ah, see, now weíre getting somewhere.

Nate: And then I see people like you Mike, and everyone else in the world who drinks all the time.

The Outcast: Hey, I donít drink all the time (getting all offensive)!

Nate: I know Mike; Iím just joking with you. Okay, just people thinking that, that is their life and they have to have it.

The Outcast: We do. Okay, how do you guys feel about leaving El Pecado?

Tony: I wish we were still in El Pecado, but I like Deprive too.

The Outcast: Whatís the difference between playing with El Pecado and Deprive?


El Pecado promo/press pass - Eric, Mike, Trevor, and Tony
Tony: Deprive is more groove oriented with a power vibe behind it and El Pecado was just a lot more extreme. All out aggression. Most of the songs were fast, and the slow parts I think are heavier than Deprive, but like I said, Deprive has more of a groove behind it.

The Outcast: Without telling me a fib, with which band do/did you like playing with better?

Tony: I donít know. There were times for both of them.

The Outcast: Depending on the mood?

Tony: It definitely depended on my mood. There were times when me and Eric would still jam on those songs when Bo would come up. Heíd know some of them and weíd play them, you know?

The Outcast: How about you? How do you feel the drumming was different?

Eric: Well, in El Pecado it was just in-your-face-blast beats and shit like that. With Deprive I can experiment a lot more, get a lot more funkier than with El Pecado.

Tony: I donít really feel thereís a way of saying which oneís better because giving the situation, if certain members of El Pecado hadnít wanted to quit, weíd still be doing that with as much enthusiasm as how we were doing it before El Pecado broke up.

The Outcast: So do you see Deprive as serious as you saw El Pecado, or do you think you guys will break up with time?

Tony: I see us keeping at it. I donít want to quit. Iím working on my music writing abilities, because Nate writes most of the music, but I throw my own little pieces here and there. I see it working. Me and Eric are all into it and Nate is in a bit of a funk, but hopefully heíll come out of that.

The Outcast: Hey, what does 624 mean?

Nate: It represents us.

The Outcast: How did you come up with that number?

Nate: How did I come up with it? Mystery, figure it out.

The Outcast: How are we supposed to figure something out that you made up?

Nate: Buy the shirt.

The Outcast: Okay, whatever. Are you going to print your lyrics? (The shirt really never unlocked the "mystery" and the number represented 6 (guitar strings) 2 (drum sticks) and 4 (bass strings) - Mike.)

Nate: Some of them.

The Outcast: Why only some?


Eric being Eric
Nate: Maybe because theyíre personal Mike. Maybe Iím talking about how gay I am and I donít want anybody to know.

The Outcast: Who cares? Itís the 90ís; itís hip to be gay.

Eric: You donít understand, Nate is flaming gay.

The Outcast: Okay, no more gayness, itís been fun guys/gals, any closing words?

Nate: (From afar) Iíve got a big cock, um, be true.

Tony: Have fun and donít waste life on bullshit.

Valerie: None thanks.

? : I need beer.

? : (In a red-neck voice) Bye.

Sarah: Shut up Mike.

Eric: U.C.H.C. all the way!

The Outcast: What does that stand for?

(All of them together): Union County Hard Core!

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