When did you started with singing and why did you wanted to sing?
I started singing in 2010, I had many things to say and externalize, and singing allowed me to do all these things, in addition to sharing various topics with the people.
Who influenced you the most in the beginning of your career and who are your current favorites?
It’s a bit thanks to Sepultura, at one of their gig’s I let a scream come out, and I realized that I could sing too. I was much inspired by “Ektomorf” and” Marilyn Manson” too. Right now I would say that my favorite band is Machine Head.
What other type of music would you like to sing?
I sing some blues, it’s a style that I love.
What is the highlight of your career?
I think it’s right now! I still hope to progress with my bands and my other projects.
What was the funniest moment in your career?
Hard to say, I would say during every concerts funny things happen, even during rehearsals we have great fun! For an example, during our last gig, our friend and light engineer joined us on stage to play one of our songs with Emma-O, that was a big one, and oh what fun we had together!
Tips for people who want to start singing like you do?
I would simply say let way to emotion, which I think is much more important than technique.
2014 Album Emma-O – Mechanical
2013 album Fake Messiah – Ship of Madness
2010 EP Fake Messiah – S/T