13 Questions to Lee Argano (The Hearse)


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What was the very first record you bought?

My very first record was actually a single and it was You’re Gorgeous by Babybird. I was 8. Haha!

What is the most expensive record have you bought?

The most expensive record I ever bought was a special edition of Sing The Sorrow by AFI.

What are your 5 very favorite bands ever?

Wow, that’s hard. HIM, AFI (pre 2006), Marilyn Manson, Depeche Mode and probably ABBA.

Name 5 bands that have changed your life?

These are easier than choosing your 5 favourites. Michael Jackson, Metallica, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, SLAYER.

Name your 3 favorite Gothic Fests?

Sacrosanct, WGT, Whitby Goth Weekend.

Name your 3 favorite gigs as a musician / fan.

REM, Dimmu Borgir. Playing with 1349 was special.

Name the most 3 influential albums for you as an artist / fan

Only 3 albums most influential to me? Haha. So hard.
The Cure – Disintegration
AFI – Sing The Sorrow
Pink Floyd – Animals

Describe yourself with 3 adjectives

I’ll just give you 3 words.. Perfectionist, opinionated, okay.

What is the most overrated gothic band?

Overrated. Fields of the Nephilim. I have my reasons ?

What is the most underrated gothic band?

There’s too many underrated bands that don’t get any recognition because people are too scared to try new things, shame really.

In which band would you have liked to play live?

Def Leppard 1987

Name 3 new gothic bands that have caught your attention lately?

Double Echo are actually amazing. Brotherhood and Ash Code.

Gothic Rock or Post Punk and why?

Man, I hate genre selection, music is music, sadly it naturally falls into categories so you can differentiate bands. For arguments sake, I’ll choose Post-Punk. Most bands that refer to themselves as just Gothic Rock are clueless.


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