Интервью сайту femmetal.rocks

Gothic Metal band, Vesssna, recently released a music video for the title track from their 2018 studio album “Почти Святая”. The Russian band has a unique and interesting approach to music, making them attractive even to non-Russian speakers. The band, formed from the talented vocalist and guitarist Marianna Lukianova and keyboardist Marina Felis, previously released a music video for “Вспомянувши меня, заплачешь”, another track from their 2018 album.

We have had the chance to chat with Marianna Lukianova and asked her about her music and future plans among other things. We hope you enjoy reading this interview.

Hello Marianna. It’s a pleasure to chat with you. How are you and the other Vesssna members doing these days?


Интервью музыкальному порталу Breathingthecore

On this new occasion, we have had the opportunity to interview the Folk/Goth Metal artist, Vesssna, from Russia. Check out the interview and follow the band on their FACEBOOK PAGE.
 

Where did you get the idea for the band name you planned it or came out just like that?

The word «Vesna» (Весна) means «Spring» in Russian. I just visually like the way this word looks like with three S’s. This is my nickname, although, in Russia, it is not so rare among gothic girls. This is mainly my solo project, and I wanted its name to be associated with me. And, even though we sometimes play not very joyful music, its energy is still bright. And this name also has a lot of light and sun.

Why did you want to play this genre?

Because Gothic music assumes beautiful melodies, many instruments, and contains elements of classical music. And I started writing dark and rather tragic texts from childhood, although I didn’t know about such a concept as «Gothic» at that time.


Интервью порталу Metal To The Bone

Marianna Lukianova, lead singer and guitarist of the Russian band Vesssna, is this week’s first guest on Metal to the Bone. She shares her story in music, her personal preferences on a vocal level, the band’s debut album, her point of view on the term ‘female fronted metal‘ and many more.


Marianna, welcome to Metal to the Bone! Let’s start talking about the new video and single from Vesssna, what can you tell us about the song in terms of sound and lyrics?