Hi Sebastian, how are you?
- "I'm fine, doing this six in the morning. Spent the whole night working on a song, it got me so exited the time stopped in my head. To be this subconsciously tired, it's all good."

Tell us more about Komor Kommando and how it all started.
- "After some released on various Alfa Matrix compilations the guys asked if I wanted to make it all a full release, and the name was their idea, which at first had me laughing but after regaining my conscious it all started to make sense. There were some tracks kicking around on the hard drive, some sounds and loops from years back, which I figured was waiting to be unleashed. So I spent some time working on tracks and here we are."

How was the collaboration with END?
- "He contacted me a while back, I believe over 2 years ago now and we started talking music, he being a DJ I started passing a lot of tracks to him so he could incorporate them in his sets. Then we met in person at Convergence 13 in Portland for the Zombie Girl show. After my rock 'n' roll initiation with Absinthe it was all in the stars some might say. He is a great DJ and has been a great friend through some ruff times of my life. I can't wait to hang out with him again at Kinetik next weekend. He is my partner in crime for Komor Kommando shows. You should check out his DJ sets, by far one of the better DJ's I've heard in this scene."

How's the reception of 'Das EP' been, are you satisfied?
- "I haven't heard much yet to be honest, but I keep getting mails from people say they dig it. Still waiting for my copies of the EP, hopefully around the corner. Still a fantastic feeling to get a new release and hold it in your hand, study it, pretend any spelling errors are completely intentional, things of that nature. I hope people dig it or I'll come and Komor Kommando your head in a town near you!"

Will you continue with Komor Kommando, any full-length album on the way?
- "Sure am. An album is in the works, a few songs which didn't make it to the EP. I have a lot of new ideas thumping inside my head, more news on that later. No current release date yet, however I can say sometime this year is highly likely."

Will Komor Kommando ever be a non-instrumental project with guest vocals?
- "Got some guest vocalists in mind yes. I won't reveal their names here and now, but if it happens... fucking hell!"

Will you do any live shows or is this a studio project only?
- "It would be an insult to the music to keep it in the studio alone; it needs to be loud and proud. I'm sure shows will be happening down the line, many have requested a show already."

What's the status of your other projects like Zombie Girl, MELT and Moonitor?
- "Moonitor is dormant. Just never get around finishing songs within a reasonable time frame. Got over 30 Moonitor tracks which never have been released, one day maybe. MELT is my baby, heart and soul. It's what I am doing 100%, writing songs on a daily basis, recording guitars etc. There is an EP coming out, unless it turns out into a full length album, we'll see. You can hear clips of it all on Myspace. Zombie Girl, yeah, if you asked 2 days ago I would say nothing, but now it might seem like a new album will be happening after all. But I have no bulletproof information at this point."

Any last words to our readers?
- "Do your part and make the world aware of all the fucked up things people do to animals in the world, especially China, but pretty much any corner of the world. It's not fucking funny or entertaining. Its brutal, it's cruel and simply completely unacceptable. Even as a tourist, don't think for a second these animals are enjoying their time. I've been an active member of anti animal groups for many years and currently going to be more involved in these matters through some groups in Canada. I think it's our obligation as human beings to stand up and say this is NOT okay! On a lighter note, I hope you all have a great day/week. See you around, sometime, somewhere."
Komor Kommando interview
May 7, 2009
Brutal Resonance

Komor Kommando

May 2009
Hi Sebastian, how are you?
- "I'm fine, doing this six in the morning. Spent the whole night working on a song, it got me so exited the time stopped in my head. To be this subconsciously tired, it's all good."

Tell us more about Komor Kommando and how it all started.
- "After some released on various Alfa Matrix compilations the guys asked if I wanted to make it all a full release, and the name was their idea, which at first had me laughing but after regaining my conscious it all started to make sense. There were some tracks kicking around on the hard drive, some sounds and loops from years back, which I figured was waiting to be unleashed. So I spent some time working on tracks and here we are."

How was the collaboration with END?
- "He contacted me a while back, I believe over 2 years ago now and we started talking music, he being a DJ I started passing a lot of tracks to him so he could incorporate them in his sets. Then we met in person at Convergence 13 in Portland for the Zombie Girl show. After my rock 'n' roll initiation with Absinthe it was all in the stars some might say. He is a great DJ and has been a great friend through some ruff times of my life. I can't wait to hang out with him again at Kinetik next weekend. He is my partner in crime for Komor Kommando shows. You should check out his DJ sets, by far one of the better DJ's I've heard in this scene."

How's the reception of 'Das EP' been, are you satisfied?
- "I haven't heard much yet to be honest, but I keep getting mails from people say they dig it. Still waiting for my copies of the EP, hopefully around the corner. Still a fantastic feeling to get a new release and hold it in your hand, study it, pretend any spelling errors are completely intentional, things of that nature. I hope people dig it or I'll come and Komor Kommando your head in a town near you!"

Will you continue with Komor Kommando, any full-length album on the way?
- "Sure am. An album is in the works, a few songs which didn't make it to the EP. I have a lot of new ideas thumping inside my head, more news on that later. No current release date yet, however I can say sometime this year is highly likely."

Will Komor Kommando ever be a non-instrumental project with guest vocals?
- "Got some guest vocalists in mind yes. I won't reveal their names here and now, but if it happens... fucking hell!"

Will you do any live shows or is this a studio project only?
- "It would be an insult to the music to keep it in the studio alone; it needs to be loud and proud. I'm sure shows will be happening down the line, many have requested a show already."

What's the status of your other projects like Zombie Girl, MELT and Moonitor?
- "Moonitor is dormant. Just never get around finishing songs within a reasonable time frame. Got over 30 Moonitor tracks which never have been released, one day maybe. MELT is my baby, heart and soul. It's what I am doing 100%, writing songs on a daily basis, recording guitars etc. There is an EP coming out, unless it turns out into a full length album, we'll see. You can hear clips of it all on Myspace. Zombie Girl, yeah, if you asked 2 days ago I would say nothing, but now it might seem like a new album will be happening after all. But I have no bulletproof information at this point."

Any last words to our readers?
- "Do your part and make the world aware of all the fucked up things people do to animals in the world, especially China, but pretty much any corner of the world. It's not fucking funny or entertaining. Its brutal, it's cruel and simply completely unacceptable. Even as a tourist, don't think for a second these animals are enjoying their time. I've been an active member of anti animal groups for many years and currently going to be more involved in these matters through some groups in Canada. I think it's our obligation as human beings to stand up and say this is NOT okay! On a lighter note, I hope you all have a great day/week. See you around, sometime, somewhere."
May 07 2009
We do music. That is what we do.
Militant Cheerleaders On The Move, Jan 01 2005

Patrik Lindström

info@brutalresonance.com
Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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