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“Check out this interview our singer Mariela did with BLACK METAL MOTHER where she talks about the band, her musical past and favorite bands, what it's like to be a woman in a Metal band, what inspired the song "Héroes de las Minas," and many other cool things about the band!”
“Just purchased their effort, 'In The Name Of The Father, The Son, And The Unholy' this afternoon at the Record Rack Florida. Sixteen tracks of dark metal! Well over an hour of superlative and very talented metal!!! ”
“An interview our singer Mariela did for Swedish metal blogger Robex Lundgren. Check it out here: http://ghgumman.blogg.se/2013/april/interview-med-faethom.html#comment”
“SHOW AND ALBUM REVIEW by Rose DamnedOpinion: "It’s been over a week since this ghoulish show and we are still absorbing all that Faethom has to offer. This is a band that we had only heard about until this show, and now we are completely possessed by the delicious darkness of their music. Faethom creates some of the best blackened metal these ears have heard, showcased in a most successfully executed concept album. To totally appreciate the works of Faethom, get your bloody hands on a copy of “In the Name of the Father, The Son, and The Unholy”. Listen though it the first few times and absorb the music…. David’s brutally thrashing guitar ….Mariela’s diabolical keyboards…. Federico, Hermes, and Fabian pulling it all together perfectly in one hellacious explosion. Then follow Victor’s ill-fated journey from his lonely home to the brink of Hell and back. This is an amazingly well written story, full of well-rounded characters, all condensed into 16 tracks. The mu”
“Mariela Muerte of Faethom is featured in the latest edition (Pt. 38) of The Female Vocalists of Extreme Music (Series of Videos)! A mighty hails to all the bands included in this video and all the other videos as well! It's an honor for us to be a part of one these awesome series celebrating women in Extreme Music! Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LlzFsUaApI&feature=youtu.be ”
“-Bullshittin' with Bob Show- A live interview with David Diacrono and Mariela Muerte with Bobby Weaver from Brutiful Metal Radio - Check out the YouTube Podcast here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fY0bFmtxto&feature=youtu.be”
“Album Reviews by Andrew and Sandra from Blackened Horde Zine: Andrew: 8 out of 10: Faethom's full length release, "In the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Unholy"...I mean, what more do you want? That should sum it up! Clearly this is a concept album from start to finish. It is a clever story (which you have to find out yourself. I won't spoil it.) with multiple characters and facets of metal entwined through it. Fans of thrash and black metal will enjoy this as will fans of symphonic and traditional heavy metal! It's a win win situation! If you don't have it, get it. Got it? Good! Do yourself a favor, go see them live. Tell 'em Andrew sent ya! Sandra 8 out of 10: Faethom, easily defined as a ball of creativity that has so many different influences you can be overwhelmed at times. From the battering black metal to the thrash and even some progressive moments found throughout this band will keep your attention. After listening to their CD "In the Name of the Father...”
“Paul Caravasi's interview with singer/keyboardist Mariela for Aquelarrezine: "In your opinion, do you think that extreme metal in general, can exist without Satan? First of all, nothing can exist without Satan…just kidding, he he! Of course it can exist without Satan because in the end all that matters is the music. Yes, Satan adds a certain mystique to some Extreme Metal bands and it’s always a plus to add elements of darkness to one’s music as we always do (there is so much beauty in darkness) but there are no rules in Metal. Metal IS, with or without Satan or God or whatever other fictional entities that have been invented by our overactive human minds. Of course, in the music of Faethom we do make a lot of references to Satan and other ghoulish creatures of the underworld because that is what appeals to us. Whenever I sit down to write lyrics or a story it always tends to lean more towards the diabolical, the macabre, the horrific, because that is what appeals to me...”
“METAL REMAINS INTERVIEWS MARIELA MUERTE (VOCALS AND KEYBOARDS) OF THE FAETHOM: "MR: WHAT WOULD YOU WANT LISTENERS TO TAKE AWAY FROM YOUR MUSIC AFTER THEY HAVE HEARD IT? MARIELA: Our album is a story, a Metal tale of terror. We want our listeners to be able to sit down with our booklet of lyrics, pop in our album, and experience the tale of music we have weaved for them from beginning to end, to be fully immersed in the story, to be transported by the music to hellish realms, and attain a sense of thrilling dread like you would get after watching a horrific or strange film. We want them to bond with the characters we created, to feel as if they have been guided down into the coldest circle of Hell by an unseen hand that chills the very blood, and to see the horrors we try to bring to life in our music in their mind’s eye. ”
"Then came Faethom from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. A five piece juggernaut of music that almost overwhelms the senses. Keyboard interludes mixed with shred style riffs and a thunderous rhythm section delivering the blasphemy very well..."
“Faethom gets selected as Metal Messiah Radio's top pick of the week! Listen to the podcast here: http://metalmessiahradiopromoterspicks.podomatic.com/entry/2012-02-23T20_42_58-08_00”
"Summon from Blackened Horde Zine and Radio interview with Mariela Muerte and David Diacrono of FAETHOM" Click on the link below to get directed to the interview:
"Faethom has posted a teaser trailer online for their new album "In the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Unholy,"
“Today, Florida horror-themed extreme metal band FAETHOM officially released their debut concept album, titled "In The Name Of The Father, The Son, And The Unholy"...”
"Beyond the South American origins specific to each of the band's members, they all have a pronounced taste for : horror themes and blackened metal... Taking basically influences in early Morbid Angel, Ancient and Enslaved with little hints of mid 80's brazilian thrash, the music alternates between raging blackened malignant parts with raw deathed vocals, and some orchestral melodic moments with keyboards and incisive melodic guitars, that's where the influences of Mercyful Fate/King Diamond and even Candlemass ("by the lake of sacred eyes") amazingly appear to give a surprising technical dimmension while a sinister atmosphere always prevail." Read more by clicking on the link below:
"Hailing from Fort Lauderdale, FL, horror-themed extreme metal band FAETHOM has revealed the artwork and song titles for their upcoming debut concept album..."
“METAL MESSIAH RADIO SHOWS SUPPORT TO FAETHOM: (Interview & Show Hosting): On March 15 DJ Jet of Metal Messiah Radio interviewed Faethom's singer & keyboardist, Mariela. The interview's podcast can be streamed and downloaded from the site below: http://mmrjet5097.podomatic.com/entry/2011-03-25T19_48_56-07_00 Also on April 2nd Mariela and Faethom's guitarist, David, where guest hosts on a show in which Metal Messiah Radio showcased the band's music and some their favorite bands. The show was called "An Unholy Evening with Dave & Mariela of Faethom" and it featured some guest appearances from different characters that form part of Faethom's upcoming concept album titled "In the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Unholy." The podcast can be streamed and downloaded at this location: http://faethom.podomatic.com/entry/2011-04-03T10_36_36-07_00”
“Hailing from Fort Lauderdale, FL, horror-themed extreme metal band FAETHOM will be self-releasing their debut album - entitled "In The Name Of The Father, The Son, And The Unholy" - in late spring of 2011. ”
“Metal Cruise Of Multi Tonnage Pre Apocalyptic Party (Miami) A number of local bands have organized some down-home, southern hospitality, Florida style for the contingent of international Metalheads who were traveling to Miami for the cruise. They put together a great event at the Transit Lounge showcasing the talent of many local bands. The event will feature eight bands and two stages going full blast. The featured bands: * Thrash Or Die * Devastator * Darkarma * Paralysys * Faethom * Heavy Bastard * The Glorious Death * Kamantra ”
“South Florida Metal bands: Faethom, Paralysys, Thrash or Die and Evil or Divine pay tribute to Ronnie James Dio at the legendary Culture Room - Dec. 18th”
“INTERVIEW WITH NIGHTSTALKER (Former writer and interviewer for Cyanidedolls.com) INTRODUCTION (by Nightstalker): Along a twisted mangled set of train tracks that cross a river I walked until I came upon a swamp whereupon I met a rabbit, I followed this rabbit through the swamp. He led me through a forest, deeper and deeper giving me the fear that I may not find my way back to the tracks. All the time I heard a voice that made me think of death, sadness and misery, backed up by a guitar and keyboard that chilled me to the bones, creating a dark and melodious soundtrack to my chase... Read the whole interview here: http://www.myspace.com/faethom/blog”