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Funeral Fornication on Pest Webzine' Blitz Quitz (03/11/2011)

Posted by Nick Skog on Friday, March 11, 2011, In : Interviews 
Funeral Fornication recently took part in the Blitz Quitz feature from Pest Webzine.
The Blitz Quitz is a sort of standard interview feature created by Pest Webzine.
You can view the feature at its original location here:

Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.
I started Funeral Fornication shortly after my college g...

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Funeral Fornication Interview w/ Nocturnal Cult Webzine

Posted by Nick Skog on Tuesday, June 8, 2010, In : Interviews 

Interview with Funeral Fornication 2010

By Bradley Smith

Bradley Smith - Is your new album, Pandemic Transgression finished yet? Can you describe the progression you have made since Solitude and Suicide? How do you feel you have developed not just the music but the philosophical and emotional foundations of Funeral Fornication in this time period?

- It is nearly finished, a bit more recording needs to happen, then the mixing stage. There has been quite a bit of progression since S...

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Funeral Fornication Interview w/ Winter Torments Zine

Posted by Nick Skog on Monday, May 10, 2010, In : Interviews 

WT - Greetings vultyrous! how is your weekend going? Please tell the readers a little about yourself.
V - Greetings! My weekend is going pretty good, albeit rather busy. I am Vultyrous, founder of depressive black metal project Funeral Fornication. I reside in Vancouver, BC Canada where I am constantly working on music.

WT - When did you first get the idea to create Funeral Fornication? How did you come up with name of the band? For the re...

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Funeral Fornication Interview with Voltage Media (03/25/2010)

Posted by Nick Skog on Thursday, March 25, 2010, In : Interviews 

Funeral Fornication - " a disease"

Truly melancholic and somber. Funeral Fornication creates atypical depressive black metal, with undertows of an elegiac lament for the forlorn past, and present. Listening to this auditory plight, I conversed with Vultyrous, real name Jaron Good, the mind behind Funeral Fornication.

What are the origins of Funeral Fornication; when and why did it begin?

Vultyrous; I started writing for this project in late 2002 and self-released the first demo T...

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