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Zavirili smo na snimanje spota benda FIREWIND
22.12.2016. | |

Snimiti spot koji predstavlja omaž epskom filmu "300" je zahtevan zadatak. Srećom po grčki power metal sastav Firewind, vođa benda Gus G. stekao je saveznika koji je u stanju da oživi legendarnu bitku za Termopilj opisanu u njihovoj novoj pesmi "Ode to Leonidas". Njihov predstojeći album "Immortals" u prodaji će se naći 20. januara za izdavača Century Media Records.

Iako Srbija možda nema dovoljno velik mainstream metal bend koji bi nas predstavljao na mapi sveta kada je ova scena u pitanju, ono što imamo i zbog čega Srbija postaje sve češće pominjana među mnogim bendovima i njihovim izdavačima je produkcijski tim iCode. Počevši sa spotom za Deathstars, ovaj tim za pojasom ima oko 70 metal spotova i nebrojeno onih koje su snimili izvođači drugih žanrova. Ne krijem da sam lično veliki fan njihovog rada, o čemu sam i pisao, i oduvek sam maštao da vidim kako jedan spot bendova kao što su Avantasia ili Kamelot nastaju iza kulisa. Srećom ta prilika mi se ukazala, te vam naša ekipa donosi ekskluzivan izveštaj iza scena sa snimanja novog spota benda FIREWIND.

Njihov lider i gitarista Gus G. već je sarađivao sa ovim timom na spotu za pesmu sa svog drugog solo albuma "Brand New Revolution". Spot za instrumental "The Quest" obilovao je fantastičnim scenama dočaranim spektakularnim efektima: od džinovskog robo-pauka pravo iz visokobudžetnih Holivudskih filmova do scena koje prete da postanu njegov zaštitni znak, u kojima Gus gitarom ubija protivnike.

"Mislim da ćemo nastaviti sagu kada budem snimao sledeći spot za neki instrumental sa budućeg solo albuma," poverava se gitarista. "Pričao sam sa Staćom o tome, moramo da nastavimo avanturu i zadržimo robo-pauka. Ko zna, sledeći spot bi mogao da bude Gus i Robo-Pauk u svemiru," kroz smeh će Gus.

Na snimanju spota benda Firewind

Malo je reći da je Gus bio oduševljen konačnim rezultatom, pa je ovog puta odlučio da sa sobom povede ceo tim koji čini grčki sastav Firewind, koji je osnovao 1998. godine. Bend je odlučio da od našeg tima potraži pomoć pri dočaravanju scena inspirisanih Termopilskom bitkom koja je i glavna tema njihovog predstojećeg konceptualnog albuma simboličnog imena "Immortals". Za one kojima istorija nije bila najomiljeniji predmet, Termopilska bitka je bila deo Grčko-Persijskih ratova i kroz istoriju inspirisala je mnoga umetnička dela, među kojima je i strip "300" Frank-a Miller-a kao i istoimena filmska adaptacija koju je režirao Zack Snyder.

"Album se uglavnom bazira na Termopilskoj i bitci za Salaminu, velikoj pomorskoj bitci. Svaka pesma vezana je za tu temu, tako je Kserks tema jedne pesme, Leonida je opevan u drugoj, dok se jedna pesma bavi proročicom iz Delfija. Na primer, pesma 'Live and Die By The Sword' opisuje konačnu bitku u kojoj su Persijanci masakrirali Spartance koje je izdao Efijalt," otkriva Gus"Dve stvari koje razlikuju ovaj od prethodnih albuma su očigledno to što imamo novog pevača i što je ovo naš prvi konceptualan album," nastavlja gitarista. "Što se tiče ostalih aspekata, mislim da ovaj album kombinuje sve elemente po kojima je bend Firewind poznat: rifove, klavijature, aranžmane, vratolomne solaže, duele gitara i klavijatura, snažne refrene i zarazne pesme".

Na snimanju spota benda Firewind

Album "Immortals" predstavlja veliki povratak benda pet godina nakon njihovog prethodnog izdanja "Few Against Many", a redove grčkog sastava pojačao je i nemački pevač Henning Basse. "Ovo je moja vrsta muzike" Basse entuzijastično odgovara na pitanje kako se snašao u ulozi frontmena popularnog grčkog sastava. "Sa bendom Sons of Seasons sam isprobavao neke nove stvari, pevao u srednjem opsegu i malo agresivnije. Ovo je čist... ne bih rekao power metal. Ovo je najiskreniji metal na koji sam navikao i koji obožavam" Pevač nastavlja: "Bilo je vrlo prirodno pevati ove pesme u studiju. Još lakše je bilo zato što je za produkciju bio zadužen Dennis Ward, sjajan producent i još bolja osoba".

Pored toga što je prvi album na kome je bend pozvao u pomoć producenta sa strane, "Immortals" je ujedno i prvi konceptualni album grčkog sastava, a tema je više nego prikladna. Gus otkriva kako su došli na ideju da priču baziraju upravo na Grčko-Persijskom ratu: "Pričali smo o tome pre par godina. Naš basista Petros Christodouldis je zapravo to predložio. To je ipak naše nasleđe i naša istorija. Mnogi su zasnovali albume na toj temi, Amerikanci, Britanci, Šveđani ili ko god, a nikada Grci. Možda i jesu, ali ne svetski priznati bendovi kao Firewind. Pričali smo o tome dosta dugo, ali onda smo otišli na trogodišnju pauzu a ja sam se posvetio solo materijalu. Međutim kada smo se ponovo okupili počeo sam da prikupljam ideje pa smo ovu vratili na dnevni red. " Gitarista dalje objavšnjava: "Znao sam da imam dobru muziku, ali kada je trebalo razmišljati o tekstovima i čime će se oni dođavola baviti pričao sam sa bendom i zaključili smo da treba ideju o Termopilskoj bitci i Grčko-Persijskim ratovima ozbiljnije razmotrimo."

Na snimanju spota benda Firewind

Međutim, album je vrlo lako mogao da bude samo tematski, ne i konceptualan. Gus se priseća: "U početku smo se igrali sa idejama, razmišljali o tome da snimimo album o slavnim grčkim vojskovođama. Jedna pesma bi bila o Aleksandru Velikom, jedna o Leonidi ili Ahilu. Ali smo suzili temu i zadržali se na priči koja je inspirisala '300' i bitci za Salaminu." Pevač Henning, otkriva da mu tema nije toliko strana iako ne deli nasleđe kao ostatak benda: "U detinjstvu sam imao prilike da čitam priče o grčkim ratovima. Naš tadašnji učitelj nam je pričao malo manje nasilne verzije tih priča, bez krvi i takvih stvari."

Snimanje je već bilo u punom jeku kada smo stigli u studio. Jedna od onih zgrada koje biste lako promašili (kao što zapravo i jesmo) da je ne odaje brujanje gitara koje se tek jedva razaznaje u tišini predgrađa. Domaćini su nam dali određene ruke da prošetamo po studiju, te smo tu priliku rado iskoristili da vidimo kako gitarista Gus G. snima svoj deo posla za danas. Odeven u crnu scensku uniformu, sa crnom šminkom preko pola lica Gus prosto zrači autoritetom dok uživljen u ulogu potpaljuje masu koju ovog puta ne čine hiljade pomahnitalih fanova već svega par kamermana, režiser i mi. "Dajte mi par minuta da se presvučem" pozdravlja nas gitarista pun elana.

Na snimanju spota benda Firewind

Dok smo sedeli u predsoblju, klavijaturista Bob Katsionis pripremao se da sledeći zakorači pred veliko zeleno platno. Na sredini te radioaktivno-zelene sobe stajale su njegove klavijature, okićene borbenim kopljima, zastavama i replikama drevnih spartanskih štitova. Kada smo ugledali ovu postavku iz stopa smo znali temu spota. Ta krvavo-crvena boja nepogrešivo asocira na estetiku filma "300". I dok se na televizoru vrti spot benda Bring Me The Horizon, nismo mogli a da ne razmenimo par reči o muzici i bendovima poput Mastodon i Ghost. O čemu bi inače gomila metalaca pričala?

Sa sprata silazi Gus koji je jedva dočekao da se izvuče iz radnog odela. U majici dugih rukava i džinsu, gitarista nam se pridružio i uključio u priču o metal spotovima. "Sve što vam padne na pamet neko je manje-više već snimio. I mi smo snimili dosta spotova, mnogo dobrih spotova u kojima nastupamo. Ali i sa tim su bendovi preterali. Mislim da ljudi žele da vide nešto više, nešto drugačije. Svi žele da vide prenapucan spot ili brzo izgube pažnju. Ali za bilo koji spot, ne samo za metal spotove, treba vam dobar bend."

Na snimanju spota benda Firewind

A šta čini dobar metal spot? "Kožna odeća, gitare koje bodu oči i sva ta sranja. Mogao bih da odgovorim ovako kliše. Ali mislim da dobar spot treba da ima dobru estetiku. Ili ako ćete da pucate na kič, budite 100% iza toga. Mnogo ljudi misli da je Firewind kičast bend; ja mislim da je to kompliment. Ako mislite da smo u tom fazonu i radimo to kako valja i do kraja, sjajno!"

"Kao što sam pomenuo, snimamo konceptualan album. Ne radimo to za mase, već za ljude koji vole te stvari. Ako volite metal, mačeve, bitke i soliranje onda je ovo spot za vas. Ali smo snimili sve to na dobar način. Uvek pazim na snimanje, kako se odvija režija, snimanje i kadriranje, da li su specijalni efekti dobri ili jeftino sranje. Ili ono kada pevač i gitarista izgledaju super, a ostatak benda izgleda kao da ste pokupili beskućnike sa ulice," Gus kroz smeh nastavlja sa pričom. "Svi moraju biti na istom novou i tako i nastupiti. Bend i ekipa, režiser i montaža, svi zajedno učestvujemo u konačnom ishodu spota."

Na snimanju spota benda Firewind

Dok smo pričali o svemu tome, kroz glavu mi je prošlo pitanje "zbog koga to radite?" Nekada su metal spotovi bili izuzetno važan instrument u promociji benda, kada ste za novi bend mogli da saznate isključivo putem emisija kao što je "Headbanger's Ball". Sada su šanse da se jedan ovakav spot zavrti na televiziji ravne nuli. Ipak, videli smo da je Metallica izuzetno mnogo truda uložila u promociju svog novog albuma upravo ovim metodom, objavljujući spotove za svaku pojedinačnu pesmu sa istog. Prema tome, da li su metal spotovi format prošlosti? Gus misli da je odgovor negativan: "Mislim da je YouTube sjajna platforma. Danas imamo toliko mnogo slobode i ne moramo da strepimo da li će nas neki kanal odbiti zbog golotinje, ili previše ovoga ili onoga. Naravno, i YouTube ima svoja pravila, ali u suštini tu možete da radite šta poželite. Mislim da je dobra platforma, kao i Facebook i mnoštvo drugih sajtova gde možete da predstavite svoje spotove ovih dana. Postoji mnogo načina da doprete do ljudi. Ne morate da pratite bilo kakav format, radite šta želite sa potpunom umetničkom slobodom, i to je po meni sjajno!"

Na snimanju spota benda Firewind

Nismo mogli ni da izbegnemo da pitamo šta ih je to nateralo da se vrate našem timu i povere im estetiku svog novog spota. "Ovo je drugi put da sarađujem sa timom iCode, i zaista je lagano," odgovara Gus. "Moj jedini izazov je bio da dobro nastupim, nisam morao da brinem o bilo čemu pored toga. Ivan i njegov tim znaju tačno kakve scene snimaju, iz kog ugla, šta kada nastupa. Ne zajebavaju se i ne improvizuju 'hajd sada da probamo ovako ili ovako'. Nema improvizacije, sve je već zacrtano. Kada uđemo od nas se očekuje da nastupamo i da ostatak prepustimo njima. Onda kada vam pošalju konačan rezultat budete u fazonu 'u, jebote' i imate sjajan spot. Tako je prošlo snimanje spota za pesmu 'The Quest', a izgleda da će isto biti i večeras."

Gitarista nastavlja, ne krijući oduševljenje: "Zaista su odlično pripremljeni, tačno znaju kako će koji ugao na kraju izgledati. Kao da već vide konačan spot pred očima. Sa Ivanom nema diskusija tipa 'možda bih mogao da odradim ovo', već ti lepo kaže 'stani tu i radi to'. Zna šta mu treba od vas, što je izuzetno važno."

Na snimanju spota benda Firewind

Dok smo mi ćaskali, sa druge strane zida klavijaturista Bob Kastionis završio je svoj deo snimanja, a na red došao Henning Basse, novi pevač sastava. Nakon što mu je trežiser Ivan Čolić veoma slikovito objasnio gestikulaciju i šta mu tačno od njega treba, Basse se prepustio ulozi frontmena ispred zelenog ekrana. Pitao sam ga kako izgleda pevati bez mikrofona i bez publike. "Već sam snimao ispred zelenog ekrana sa bendom Sons of Seasons, ni tada  nisam imao mikrofon. Treba se navići na to, ali posle nekog vremena je prilično lako. Morate naučiti gestikuliranje i glumiti."

Neko bi pomislio da će nam se pesma "Ode To Leonidas" nakon toliko preslušavanja smučiti kako je puštana sa razglasa mnogo puta tokom snimanja. Ipak, pesma nam se tako urezala pod kožu da smo imali utisak kao da smo je već mnogo puta čuli, pa smo nastavili da je pevušimo i kasnije, tokom ostatka večeri.

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Nakon što su svi članovi benda snimili svoje deonice došao je red na Spartance. Odeveni u zaista impresivne kostime, momci su trijumfalno umarširali u studio kako bi snimili svoje scene, koje su razumljivo bile mnogo zahtevnije od onih koje je snimao bend. Nažalost nismo ostali do kraja kako bi prisustvovali snimanju fantastičnih borbenih scena, ali smo ostali dovoljno dugo da zavirimo u brifing i saznamo neke detalje koji se odvijaju iza kamera. Detalje koje ovom prilikom ipak nećemo podeliti, pošto ipak jedan deo ove magije treba da ostane iza scena, gde i pripada.

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A Look Behind The Scenes at the latest FIREWIND video shooting
22.12.2016. | |

Paying homage to the epic motion picture "300" is a challenging undertaking. Fortunately for the Greek power metal act Firewind, their leader Gus G. had already made an ally who can help them bring the epic Battle of Thermopylae to the screen and visualize their epic new track "Ode to Leonidas". Their upcoming album "Immortals" is available January 20th via Century Media Records.

Serbia may not have a big mainstream metal band familiar to the community around the world , but we do have a video production team that helped put Serbia on the heavy metal map. The people behind the iCode team got many bands and their publishers talking about this East European country. Their journey into this business started with a band called Deathstars. The team now has around 70 metal music videos under their belt and countless other music videos mainstream pop artists have recorded with them. As a huge fan of their work I always dreamed about seeing how the team helped Avantasia and Kamelot visualize their music behind the scenes. Fortunately, we got the opportunity as the team had invited us to see the Greek metal powerhouse FIREWIND record their latest video.

Their leader and guitar player Gus G. already had the chance to work with the team and shoot a video off of his second solo album “Brand New Revolution”. The video for his instrumental “The Quest” boasts impressive scenes brought to life through fantastic use of special effects. The video has it all: from the computer-animated robotic spider straight out of big Hollywood movies to the scenes where Gus kills his enemies with a guitar, which just might become his trademark.

"I think we’re going to continue the saga when I do a new solo video, a new instrumental. I was talking to Staća, we need to continue the adventure, keep the spider robot. Maybe it could be the adventures of Gus and Spider Robot in Outer Space"Gus said laughing.

Behind the Scenes at the shooting of a music video for Firewind

Gus was so thrilled with the final result that he decided to bring the rest of his Firewind pack with him this time. The band Gus founded back in 1998 decided to seek help from our team in portraying the scenes inspired by the Battle of Thermopylae, which is one of the central themes of their upcoming concept album titled "Immortals". For those who didn’t pay attention at the history classes, the Battle of Thermopylae was a part of the Greco-Persian Wars and has gone on to inspire many artists, including Frank Miller who depicted the battle in his comic-book simply titled "300". The same comic inspired the eponymous Hollywood blockbuster directed by Zack Snyder.

Gus explains the concept: "We are making a concept album about the Greco-Persian war in 480 BC. It’s mainly focusing on the Battle of Thermopylae and the Battle of Salamis, the navy battle. Each song has something to do with the story: there is a song about Xerxes, there is a song about the Oracle, and Leonidas. There’s a song called 'Live and Die by the Sword' which describes the final battle where the Persians surround and slay the Spartans because Ephialtes betrayed them." Gus goes on to talk about what makes this album different compared to their previous releases: "There’s two major differences. The one is obviously that we have a new singer, so it’ll sound a bit different. And the second difference is that it is a concept album, our first one. When it comes to the other stuff, I think this album combines all the elements Firewind is known for: the riffs, some of the keyboard stuff, the arrangements, shredding solos, trading leads with the guitar and keyboards, big choruses and catchy stuff".

Behind the Scenes at the shooting of a music video for Firewind

"Immortals" marks a triumphant return for the band five years after their previous output "Few Against Many". The band has since welcomed Henning Basse, a German singer, into their ranks. "It’s my kind of music"Basse claims enthusiastically. "In Sons of Seasons I was trying out different things, singing in mid-range, in a more aggressive tone and melodic. This is pure… There’s no power metal or traditional, it’s pure metal that I’m used to and that I love." The singer then goes into explaining how he fit the ranks of the Greek band: "It felt natural singing those songs in the studio. It was made easier by working with Dennis Ward, because he’s a good producer and a great person."

The new album is not only their first concept album, but also the first time the band enlisted help from an outside producer. The topic of the album is more than appropriate. Gus explains how the band got the idea to base their album on the Greco-Persian Wars: "It’s something we’ve been talking about for a few years. Our bass player Petros Christodouldis kept saying that. This is our heritage and our history. A lot of people have done it, Americans, British, Swedish and whoever, but not Greeks. Maybe some Greeks have done it, but not at the level of international establishment that we have. It was something that we have talked about for years, but then the band took a break for three years and I went on to do the solo stuff. And when the time came to put the band back together I was collecting ideas here and there. I knew I had good music, but what the fuck should the lyrics be about. And then we talked about it and the guys said maybe it’s time to bring back the idea of Thermopolis and '300'".

Behind the Scenes at the shooting of a music video for Firewind

However, the album almost ended up not following a concept, but rather the theme of great Greek warlords. "In the beginning we were toying around with ideas, maybe we should do an album about ancient Greek warlords, one song about Alexander the Great and one song about Leonidas or Achilles. But in the end we narrowed it down to the '300' story and the Salamis battle", Gus recalls. Basse reveals that even though he may not be Greek, he’s not a stranger to the topic as well: "In my childhood we had the chance to read some stories about the Greek wars with our teacher. He made some very soft version of the stories, no blood or anything."

The recording was already in full swing when we arrived. The studio was set in a building you might easily miss (which we did) if not for the sound of music just barely breaking through the isolated walls, even so upsetting the peace and dead silence of this suburban landscape. Our hosts gave us access to the entire compound, and we gladly took the offer and took the opportunity to see Gus recording his parts. Clad in black stage gear with black paint across his face, the guitar player radiates authority while performing in front of an imaginary crowd. But instead of thousands of crazy fans, on the other side of his stage were the camera crew, director Ivan Čolić and us. “Give me a few minutes to change”, the guitarist greets us, still full of energy.

Behind the Scenes at the shooting of a music video for Firewind

Sitting in the lobby was keyboard player Bob Katsionis, ready to stand in front of the great green screen next. In the middle of the radioactive-green room was his set of keyboards decorated with battle spears, shields and banners. The bright red color of the fabric was a sure hint of the topic of the video. That bloody-red color has "300" screaming all over it. The latest Bring Me The Horizon video was playing on the TV while we discussed music and bands like Mastodon and Ghost. What else would a bunch of metalheads talk about these days?

Coming back from the dressing room, Gus seems extremely glad to be out of his "uniform". Trading it for a longlseeve and jeans, the guitar player joined our music video banter. "Everything more or less has been done before . And we as a band have done a lot of videos, a lot of good performance videos. But that has been overdone. I think people are looking for that something extra, something different. Everybody’s looking for something over the top, or they get bored easily. Like with any video, not just metal videos, you need a good band", he adds.

Behind the Scenes at the shooting of a music video for Firewind

But what is it that makes a music video a good metal video? "Leather studs, loud guitars, and all that shit, I could give you a cliché answer. But a good video needs to have good aesthetics. Or if you are going to go for cheesy aesthetics go 100% for that. A lot of people think Firewind is a cheesy band, and I think it’s a compliment. If you think that we’re that and we’re doing it the right way and going all the way, great."

"Like I said this is a concept album. This is not something for the masses, this is something for people that like that shit. If you like metal and swords and battles and shredding this is your video. But it hasn’t been done in a good way. I always look at how the stuff is done, the editing, the angles, is the green screen stuff good or cheap shit and all kinds of stuff. And there’s the thing when the singer looks good and the guitar player looks good, but the rest of the band look like homeless bums", the guitarist laughs. "Everyone has to be on the same page and perform at the same level. The band and the crew, the director and editor, they make a good video together."

Behind the Scenes at the shooting of a music video for Firewind

Talking about music videos, I couldn’t help but wonder: who are you doing this for? Back in the day metal videos were a huge part of promoting a band. There were days when the only way you could pick up a new band was by seeing their video on shows like The Headbanger’s Ball. Nowadays, the chances of a video like this being aired on any channel are pretty slim. Still, huge bands like Metallica still focus their promotion efforts on music videos, recently publishing one for each song off of their latest record. So are metal videos a format belonging to the past? The guitarist weighs in: "I think that YouTube is a great tool. Today we have so much more freedom and you don’t have to depend on a channel that wants to cut your video because there’s too much nudity, or too much this or that. Of course YouTube has rules, but you can basically do whatever you want. I think it’s a good platform, like Facebook and million different platforms you can show your videos on these days. There’s so many ways to reach people. You don’t have to follow a format, you do what you want and have pure artistic freedom, and it’s amazing."

Behind the Scenes at the shooting of a music video for Firewind

We couldn’t resist asking what made them decide to work with iCode and trust them with visualizing their new video. Gus explains: "This is my second time working with iCode, and it’s really easy. For me the only challenge is to perform well – we don’t have to worry about anything. Ivan and the team know exactly what scenes they are shooting, which angle, what’s coming when. They don’t fuck around or go let’s try this or that. There’s no improvisation, everything is already set. When we come in we are expected to perform and when we do it, they do their part. Then they send you the end result and you’re like oh fuck and you have a great video. That was my experience with them on 'The Quest' video and it seems like it’s going to be the same thing tonight."

The guitar player tries little to hide his excitement as he goes on: "They are really well prepared, they know what each angle will look like. It’s like Ivan already has the movie finished in his mind before. There’s no discussion with him like maybe I should do this. It’s like stand here and do this. He knows what he needs from you, which is very cool."

Behind the Scenes at the shooting of a music video for Firewind

While we were chatting, Bob Katsionis already finished his work for the day, and it was Basse’s turn to perform. After the director explained the gestures and the movements he wants to capture very graphically, Basse stepped into the frontman role in front of the great green screen. I asked him how he manages without a mic, a stand or the audience, and he has the answer: "We did that before with Sons of Seasons, and I had no microphone stand there too. You need to get used to it, but after a while it works out really well. You have to perform with your hands and act like that."

You might think that we might be fed up with "Ode To Leonidas" after hearing the tune so often from the loudspeakers as the members recorded their parts. Instead we grew very fond of the tune which crawled so deep under our skin we had the impression that we had heard it many times before and went on to hum the melody for the rest of the evening. 

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After all the band members recorded their parts, it was the Spartans’ turn to shine. Dressed in spectacularly rendered costumes, the actors marched triumphantly into the studio to record their shots that were understandably much more demanding. Unfortunately we did not stick around to see the epic battles performed and recorded, but we did get a chance to witness the briefing and hear all the little details that made these scenes so impressive – details we will not be sharing, as we should leave just a bit of the magic of this spectacular music video behind the scenes and screens, where it belongs.

You can see the video below:

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