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THERE'S A LIGHT, Jan Luftner interview

Friday, January 14, 2022, in Vidéo, Podcast

Post-rock band There's A Light drummer Jan Lüftner interview about their second album, "f̶o̶r̶ ̶w̶h̶a̶t̶ ̶m̶a̶y̶ ̶I ̶h̶o̶pe̶? for what must we hope?" is ready on ZanZanA's YouTube channel :
🔴 THERE'S A LIGHT, Jan Lüftner interview

These are the questions they answered in the interview hosted by Karim Benamor: 
  • Amazing reactions for the songs
  • What is post-rock?
  • The emerging of ambiant music post-rock bands
  • Are you the children of Pink Floyd?
  • The evolution of There’s a light 10 years later
  • Vocals or no vocals?
  • The artwork for "f̶o̶r̶ ̶w̶h̶a̶t̶ ̶m̶a̶y̶ ̶i̶ ̶h̶o̶pe̶? for what must we hope?"
  • Being a drummer on a post-rock band
  • The expectations after the releasing of the album
  • Khartoum and Tunisia

▬ About There's a Light ▬

There's A Light   now unveil their second album, f̶o̶r̶ ̶w̶h̶a̶t̶ ̶m̶a̶y̶ ̶I ̶h̶o̶pe̶? for what must we hope? on December 10, 2021.
With their symbiosis of post rock and ambient music, THERE’S A LIGHT creates a layer of sonic soundscapes on their sophomore offering, leading to an inimitable state of mind that comes close to an out-of-body experience. Rooted in the post rock scene, their music combines powerful and resolute guitar lines and audacious melodies with elements from the ambient genre, occasionally adding emotional vocals to some of the album’s eleven flawless songs. Everything physical seems to fade away as their hauntingly beautiful sounds fill the void with all-consuming atmosphere, while conceptually taking a deeper look into what hope really means and its different facets: On the one hand, hope can be something good – a thriving force that continually pushes to reach a higher energy and better mindset. But on the other hand, it can be destructive when holding on to something, which can never, or hardly ever, come true. 

The album opener, shimmering “...The Storm Will Set The Sails”, immediately casts a spell with its daydreamy, dazzling melody and great arrangements, while following “Within The Tides” captures a more dramatic, progressive touch with impressive technical and rhythmical trademarks. Far-reaching “Like The Earth Orbits Sun” is the record’s first song that features the captivating vocals of Andreas Richau, in addition to vigorous “Elpis” and lucid “Be Brave, Fragile Heart”. Otherworldly “Dark Clouds Behind, Bright Skies Ahead” and “Appearance Of Earth” create another new facet of THERE’S A LIGHT’s universe, both accented by impassioned cello performances by guest musician Akito Goto. Album closer “Even In The Darkest Place...” weaves heavy tunes with a vibrant melody into a harmonious work, leaving an outstanding atmosphere and synergy of hypnotizing post rock experience in the style of God Is An Astronaut, Russian Circles or Sigur Ros.

THERE’S A LIGHT was founded in 2011 as a studio project by David Christmann (guitars) and Jonas Obermüller (keys), with Andreas Richau (vocals/bass) joining for their first EP, Khartoum, in 2012. In 2013 Jan Lüftner (drums) and Markus Dold (guitar) completed the line-up. After four years of work, the band released their self-recorded debut album, A Long Lost Silence in July 2018. Followed by an adventurous tour of China, where the band performed ten shows at some sold out venues, THERE’S A LIGHT have already proven that the world is ready for their talent to be heard!

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JUGULATOR, l'interview de Ramzi Curse et de Ziri Abes

Sunday, December 26, 2021, in Vidéo, Podcast

JUGULATOR, groupe de thrash metal algérien sont les invités de la ZanZanA Metal Interviews.
Ramzi Curse et de Ziri Abes ont répondu aux questions de Karim Benamor pour présenter leur second et nouvel album "Under The Verdict" sorti le 25 novembre 2021.

Questions : 
  • Présentation de JUGULATOR
  • La Scène Metal Algérienne
  • Les commentaires des fans sur Blood On The Red Flag
  • L'artwork de Under The Verdict
  • Les thèmes abordés dans Under The Verdict
  • Le jeu de basse de Ziri Abes dans Under The Verdict
  • Les prochaines étapes prévues pour Under The Verdict

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ANATHEMA, Vincent Cavanagh interview

Sunday, December 26, 2021, in Vidéo, Podcast

Interview de Vincent Cavanagh chanteur et guitariste du groupe Anathema.

Cette interview a été enregistrée le 19 février 2009 et menée par Karim Benamor, Wessim **W** Amara et Amine BabaCheikh

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OATH TO VANQUISH, Elias Abboud interview

Sunday, December 26, 2021, in Vidéo, Podcast

Interview de Elias Abboud, chanteur et guitariste de OATH OF VANQUISH, groupe de death/grind/black metal libanais, qui était l'invité le jeudi 08 janvier 2009 en direct dans le ZanZanA Metal Show animé par Karim Benamor et Wessim **W** Amara.

Questions : 
  • Bienvenue Elias Abboud
  • l'historique de Oath To Vanquish
  • Les premiers concerts de Oath To Vanquish
  • Y a t-il un public metal au Liban ?
  • Y a t-il aussi une scène metal au moyen orient ?
  • de l'utilisation de la langue arabe dans le Metal
  • incorporer des instruments folkloriques dans le Brutal Death Metal ?
  • Les groupes et artistes qui inspirent les Oath To Vanquish
  • Des contacts avec le Dubai Desert Rock?
  • Un second album en préparation
  • Merci Elias Abboud

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ROBERT PLANT interview

Saturday, November 20, 2021, in Vidéo, Podcast

Robert Plant interview about music, inspiration, rhythms, north Africa, Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin...
Robert Plant came to Tunisia in March 2006 and made a concert with his band The Mighty Sensation in the roman theater of Cartago for the Festival Méditerranéen de la Guitare.

Questions : 
  • Why Robert Plant wanted to come sing in Tunisia after previous concerts in Egypt and Morocco?
  • Using North African rhythms in your music is it trying to find a new way for expression?
  • The contribution of Justin Adams in the mix between Rock and North African rhythms?
  • Playing in Cartago theater but also in Timbuktu... Do you like to play in unusual places?
  • Do you feel like Robert Smith says : too old to be alternative and too alternative to be old?
  • How do you choose your guitar players like Justin Adams after having played with Jimmy Page ?
  • How Robert Plant see the actual metal scene?

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