Immortal – Abbath and Demonaz discuss disbandment after 2002’s Sons Of Northern Darkness

IMMORTAL founding members Abbath and Demonaz discuss what let them to disband after 2002’s Sons Of Northern Darkness in Revolver Magazine’s latest interview installment:

States Abbath: “The band’s spirit was not there. Me and [drummer] Horgh, we were out, we did the studio, we did the music, the touring, everything, and [lyricist & founding member] Demonaz only did all the lyrics. He wasn’t that much involved, just the lyrics, and we didn’t have a permanent bass player. [Touring bassist] Saroth, he was good onstage and all that, but we didn’t feel like a band at the time you know. So the band’s spirit was not there, so we just took a break and now and also because we were kind of fed up, especially me. We could have continued and made more money, but that’s not the first issue in this band. IMMORTAL is about the brotherhood; IMMORTAL is a sacred thing, you know, it’s not only for the money.”

Read the entire interview here.

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