Our vampyre cult of extremist is slowly growing. Crimson
Moon is not far for the weak. Our evil music comes from within our dark
souls, and the bands of hell. Visions and dreams we have had are also a part
of our music.
Where do you get inspiration for your lyrics then?
The lyrics deal with topics such as Armageddon, Necromancy, Vampirism, etc. Vampir
Scorpios will have to fillin all of the details, he writes the lyrics.
What about live-performances then? Have you made any succesful gigs or? If
yes, what bands did you played with?
So far Crimson Moon has not played any shows, but we are looking forward to
playing shows in the future.
What could we expect from Crimson Moon live then? Any stage show?
We promise, when you see Crimson Moon live, it will send a cold shiver up
your spine! We have plenty of ideas for stage shows, but you'll just have to
wait and see!
It seems that you are pretty much into vampirism. What is so facinating about
it? What do you think about all these ridicolous romantisicm vampire BM
bands? Is that something Crimson Moon deal with?
We are the true demons of the night, and have come forth to raise hell on
earth and fad on the weak.
Your debut album "To Embrace..." came up to me in early 1998 I
think, so I guess there must be some new material written. How does the new
material sound then, compared to "To Embrace..."?
In October '97, we recorded a rehersal tape with our current line-up. This
material will be re-recorded and then released as our 2nd offering
"Under The Serpentine Spell". It's already over 60 minutes and is
definately darker and more extreme than the other CD. We are also
re-recording the '95 demo "Into The Nocturnal Forest" the
production will be far better and will also feature some bonus tracks. After
that we are going to release our 3rd (yet untitled) fullenght. We have also
been working on this and is also already 60 minutes. This will be more evil
and chaotic than anything we've ever done, anything we've ever heard from the
When do you think you are able to enter the studio then?
The members of Crimson Moon live scattered throughout the globe, so it's very
hard for us to get together. We are also in need of a dedicated drummer to
join our cult. As soon as we have enough money, we will record and release
"Under The Serpentine Spell".
Crimson Moon are signed under Abyss Productions, a small label with only two
bands. Satisfied with what they have done for you?
Abyss Productions has done an excellent job on their first release as a true
underground label. We have been in contact since '94 and they really support
Don't you think it would be better with a bigger label with better economy,
able to arange bigger tours, videos and massive promotion? Has there been any
interest from other labels in your music?
In the position we're currently in, it would only be obvious that a bigger
label with better economy would be better for us and our music. So far we
have been very limited to what we can do with our music. Like only being able
to record on a 4-track which is very hard and frustrating to work with.
You have a nice death metal scene in America but not very many black metal
bands compared to Europe. How do see upon the American scene compared to the
European black/death metal scene?
The scene in U.S sucks! But then again, there are a lot of shitty bands
USA is a strict religious country compared to many countries in Europe etc. Do
you think this has contributed to slow down the development in American B.M.
I mean you don't start listening to black or death Metal if you have strict
Once again the scene here sucks, most people listen to rap or alternative
metal or some shit. There are also true die hard fans out there too though. And
they are waiting for black metal to explode in America. All the members of Crimson
Moon are dedicated to the underground scene, and also play in black metal
bands. Check out Abysmal Nocturne, Nibira, Sabnack, Arise.
No lets end here... Thanx for your time!
Join us in Armageddon or get killed! Hail! Tiamat!
c/o Nocturnal Overlord
9144 Wintergardens Blvd
CA 92040, U.S.A