Occult Black Metal Zine Interview - April 2014
1.Can you give us an update on what is going on with the band these days?
Although the line-up hasn't changed permanently we have been touring with a new drummer – Box Head, who has been taking on drum duties whilst out long term drummer recovered from tendonitis which heavily affected his ability to drum.
Destructive Music Interview - August 2013
I’ve been promoting Darlington based Folk/Black metallers Old Corpse Road for about a year now but never seen to find the time to get sat down and write an interview for them. Now though the time has come, so wearing my brand new “Tis Witching Hour” T-shirt and with the new album blasting in my ears I finally got down to business.
The Core of Brutality Interview - July 2013
1.Can I get a backstory on the band/ band biography?
Old Corpse Road was conceived in late 2007 during an excursion to the UK Lake District. After writing a few songs , The Bearer (Guitars/Vocals) and The Dreamer (Drums) decided to look for a full band line up. This was soon established in 2008 with the addition of The Revenant (Guitars/Vocals) , The Wanderer (Bass/Spoken) Word and finally The Watcher (Keyboards/Vocals). We released our first demo in March 2009 entitled “The Echoes of Tales Once Told”, it received many great reviews and excellent feedback , we were honoured to receive a deal from Godreah Records to record the split CD with The Meads of Asphodel titled ”The Bones of this Land are not Speechless”. We have recently released our debut album "Tis Witching Hour… As Spectres We Haunt This Kingdom"
Heavy Music.Ru Interview - May 2013
An interview with Old Corpse Road
Where does the road of corpses lead?
At the end of last year, England has created a new spirit, a new legend, a new horror, howling-at-full-throat banshee of symphonic black metal - the group's debut OLD CORPSE ROAD.
Pest Webzine Interview - February 2013
Old Corpse Road and their recently released debut album "'Tis Witching Hour... As Spectres we Haunt this Kingdom” have attracted a lot of attention for their heartfelt music and the "awards” they received in the extreme music media. Therefore it seemed urgent to have a conversation with one of the best bands of the moment, so here’s the interview with The Dreamer…
UKEM Blog Interview - May 2011
Thanks for speaking with UNITED KINGDOM EXTREME METAL, how are things with you?
Very well thanks. We’ve been busy the last couple of months playing up and down the country and it’s nice to have a small break from the gigging over the end of May, beginning of June.
Lords of Metal Interview - June 2010
The British extreme metal scene has always been something of an oddity. While bands such as Carcass, Bolt Thrower and Napalm Death have been pivotal in shaping death metal and grindcore, black metal from the isles has rarely managed to get its foot stuck in the doorway. When a British black metal band does turn some heads away from staring eternally at Scandinavia, it is usually because of a strikingly different, uniquely British sound. Despite being a very new band, Old Corpse Road grabbed quite some attention with their 2009 demo and, especially, their refreshingly old-fashioned split with The Meads Of Asphodel. Band members/storytellers The Bearer (guitars/vocals) and The Dreamer (drums) explain.