PSAB: Where does the band name "Dremenuart" come from exactly?
Dremenuart: It comes from randomness and the will to find something that is a meaning by itself. Vic our guitarist came up with it. /dre´menua:t/ or however you want is just as fine.
PSAB: You released your single, "Carpe Doom" back in December. How's the feedback been for that?
Dremenuart: It has been awesome. We tried to go a step further in terms of structure and progression in relation to the sound we developed in "Weightbearer" and I think people has enjoyed it. We did for sure. Album´s next!
PSAB: On that note, how has the feedback been for your debut EP Weightbearer?
Dremenuart: Truly positive, we can´t say otherwise. It has been featured and reviewed in a lot of foreign and great sites like this one which is something we really appreciate. Hopefully we will get more people to hear it in the next few months.
PSAB: How's the metal scene in your area?
Dremenuart: If you ask me I´d say that there are a lot of FANTASTIC bands in Madrid and Spain in general, the problem is that they are also fantastically underrated locally. The scene is great for a kid who invests in live music and prefers a local venue show over a Youtube live set. As simple as that. Wormed, Thirteen Bled Promises. Khmer and Left In The Wake, just to say some, are great acts from my area that I am sure you will enjoy.
PSAB: What are three bands that play the most influence on your music?
Dremenuart: Its difficult to say only three but to sum it up: old Bury Your Dead, For The Fallen Dreams and The Acacia Strain.
PSAB: Do you have any shout outs to give to the readers out there?
Dremenuart: Pig squeals are so 2005, someone has to bring this shit back a decade later. Seriously, thanks to all PSAB supporters in general and thanks a lot to our supporters in particular. More music is on the way.