Uh oh, curfew time soon.
Who? Scordatura Where? Glasgow
Can you sum up Scordatura in three words?
(Owen, guitar): Heavy, brutal, rapid.
I think it’s just a bit different compared to a lot of death metal music coming out right now – if people are into what we’re doing then we’re happy.
It’s Latin for mistuning or altered tuning.
I think a good metal band should have really good, solid tunes, be tight as a group, gig as much as they can and always be trying to find new ways to promote themselves to as many people as possible. In my eyes we do fit this bill. The material for the upcoming album is, to me, the best we have done so far, and we have always pushed ourselves to be as tight as we can be.
It’s going good. There are bands such as Cerebral Bore & Man Must Die who are from Scotland and are now touring all over the world, but that is down to the fact that they put in the time and effort and got where they are today through their own hard work. I think the Scottish metal scene is good but I think that people really need to start supporting bands and going to gigs more.
I started listening to Metallica when I was about 14, then got into Death, Decapitated and Cannibal Corpse and it just went from there!
Think it’s just part of the package with death metal. I think the Scordatura logo is quite clear though, compared to some bands.
Not right now, but we’re trying to tour anywhere outside of Scotland next year once the album is done to try promote it as much as we can!
Rhythm riffage definately.
And finally, banana or strawberry milkshake?
Strawberry, no sure about the rest of them though!