Deceased interview - King Fowley 27 Apr 10
Robert Louis Stevenson once wrote, "saints are sinners who kept on going." So would that make King Fowley the patron saint of Metal? To say that he's kept on going is an understatement, with band lineup changes, label issues, and health scares that could frighten anyone into their grave (Fowley is clearly immune to burial). You could also apply the RLS quote as a metaphor for Deceased's music: the gutwrenched dread of their early releases which has evolved over time into the melodic, hook-laden anthems of their recent discography.
King called in to BNM to talk touring, the current state of Deceased and the upcoming album, as well as very important matters such as old KISS albums, scary movies, New Wave music, '80s television, the ghost of Rex Smith, dying telephones, and the eternal question humans have been asking themselves for aeons: Janet, Chrissy, Cindy or Terri? "Come and knock on our dooooor..."
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