By Chris Hammond
RafaL “Tasior” Powązka (Vocals, Guitars) and Jakub “Vincent” Wincencjusz (Bass Backing Vocals) both members of the group Death Denied sat down to talk music, family, the behind scenes happenings of everything that goes into an independent band and more.
Death Denied is a southern metal band from Lodz, Poland. They formed in May 2009, that same year the band released their first demo tape entitled ‘Booze’N’Roll’. 2010 saw the band record their version of ‘Tired of Being Alive’ on Fox Records ‘Dark Side of The Blues – A Tribute to Danzig’. The band has two full-length albums which include 2014’s ‘Transfuse the Booze’ and 2018’s ‘A Prayer to the Carrion Kind’
Death Denied is one of the word of mouth bands. The band’s home turf is in Poland, but their musical influences are as far from Poland as possible. They play a mixture of Hard/Southern Rock which sounds like Corrosion of Conformity with elements of The Black Label Society. This isn’t to say that they don’t have their style, but they lean on the Southern rock roots.
The full interview can be heard below.
Through Waters, Through Flames is out now and purchased digitally and on CD. Look to stream Death Denied albums on Deezer, Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Amazon Music, Bandcamp and Youtube.
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