Genre(s): Death Metal
PSAB: What does the band name "Among Them In Trenches" mean exactly?
ATIT: There's no real meaning behind it, but we all agreed it would fit our sound and had that death metal vibe. So really, it's just a name.
PSAB: What are your plans for the upcoming new year? New music? Tour?
ATIT: Well first off, our priority is replacing a lot of our old material with a more grind oriented style that shares a common theme. Additionally, we are planning to lay down some new material early March, while playing a few isolated show around the state. We have not done an official tour before, but that is something that we are seriously looking into for 2015.
PSAB: You released a demo back in August. How was the feedback for that, and how's the feedback now?
ATIT: Feedback has been great. The demo was a long time in the making, so we are just happy to have something out there. The demo features one of our newest tracks -- "Crossing the Umbilicus", along with "Crop Duster" and "Deathworker" which are some of our oldest songs. Feedback from the demo is still great, but we feel it is not representative of our current writing style and musical direction. So, it is important to us to get back into the studio.
PSAB: If you could be signed to any record label, which label would that be?
ATIT: Relapse Records.
PSAB: What are three bands that play the most influence on your music?
ATIT: For the most part, we don't like to associate our music with any particular band. Primarily we listen to a lot of grind, punk, and metal; but not necessarily limited to those genres. Good music is good music.
PSAB: Any shout outs to give?
ATIT: Central Waters Brewing Company -- otherwise, not really.