Capital Chaos TV conducted an interview with Florida death metal veterans Deicide’s drummer Steve Asheim at the Oakland Metro in Oakland, California.
States Asheim on Deicide’s plans for 2015: “We got picked up for another record, so we’re gonna start working on some new stuff, which we’ve got a couple of songs kind of framed out already. So we’re gonna be busy again all through next year – next couple of years, it looks like. We’re gonna work on a record and some more shows. It seems like they’re gonna happen, so I’m looking forward to all that.”
Continues Asheim on Deicide’s longevity: “It’s good to see that it is still going. It’s weird when you hear kids talk about the band: ‘We listented to you in high school.’ It’s like you hear that for years about how kids are listening to us in high school. So it’s, like, we’ve been an ever-lasting presence in high schools for 20 years now. So, as we become multi-generational, it’s, like, we have 50-year-old fans and then we still have 15-year-old fans that roll up. It’s like the thing that… When I was a kid, Black Sabbath was, it’s, like, that’s what we’ve become – not in a selling sense, but in a how-people-think-about-your-band sense. I don’t know… It’s just a wild thing to have happened.”
You can now watch the entire chat below.