Thursday, March 8, 2018


  1. What's your name? 
  2. Where are you from? New York, NY
  3. Tell us how your journey has been from your beginnings until now. In the summer of 2014, Homerik began in the studios of the Sonic Arts Center at The City College of New York. Over the course of three years, Homerik was working behind the scenes to create the foundation of its music and art. At its core, Homerik's mission is to bring back the authenticity of artists. With Metal seeming to have grown stale and repetitive, Homerik gives new life in a direction that encapsulates the mind in an imaginary world. Today, Homerik continues to further their cause by writing music that pays homage to the great poets of old.
  4. Tell us about your musical style, influences, ... Heavily influenced by film and video game composers, Homerik takes on a style that can be used as the soundtrack to your everyday life. Inspired by Hans Zimmer, Koji Kondo, Dimmu Borgir, Nightwish, Epica, Nile, Cannibal Corpse, Slayer, and so many other Metal bands, Homerik is written from the perspective of a devout metalhead who enjoys the splendor of symphonic scoring.
  5. What has been your last project? Homerik released its debut album on Halloween, 2017 accompanied with its music video of "A Song of the Night: Part I"
  6. And the next thing you have planned? Homerik will dive into the topics of tyranny and internal struggle, with a narrative based off of Dante Alighieri's "The Divine Comedy", specifically "Inferno".
  7. Upcoming concerts, events .... There are no plans for a Homerik tour as of this moment.
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  9. What's else? Homerik believes that the foundation of a great band is its fans. Connecting with fans on an individual and personal level is integral to the sustainability of this project, and so Homerik has an undying love for their supporters.