What inspired the name of the band? What are your influences and are they the same as when you started out?

Our name was inspired on the biblical character, Lilith. According to some of the gospels, Lilith was Adam’s first wife in the garden of Eden, who was sent to hell for refusing to be submissive. We use this lighter approach on this mythical character, to represent our movement of fighting against gender inequality and oppression. 

We’re very influenced by a couple of bands like Alter Bridge, Europe, Metallica. Each one of the members has his own set of influences within the rock and metal world and ends up bringing those influences into the writing table.

How do you approach songwriting?

In our songs, we always try to tackle a couple of issues regarding mental health. In our latest album “Children from Eden” you’ll find tracks battling issues like depression, mortality, and heartbreak. It’s very important to us to represent a fighting movement that allows people who suffer psychological or physical abuse to feel represented. We look into being a source of power and strength for those who are aching, so they are able to keep fighting and overcome the adversities.

Why do you write what you do?

We all grew up listening to rock and metal, so our style tends to always lead to those genres. And the idea of the of writing against gender inequality as one of the themes, comes from us believing that even though the world has made a lot of progress about the issue, there’s still a long way to go, and there are still way too many victims, male or female, suffering in silence. As musicians, we have a louder voice, we get to reach a lot of people, and we use our “power” to spread this message of positivity and equality.

How do you decide what songs to perform live?

We usually tend to leave out the songs we feel that they won’t fit with the room. We have a couple more “darker” songs, that address more sentimental issues like mortality for example, and it requires it’s specific setting to be played in, so its message passes through a little better, and people are able to engage in the moment and feel exactly what the songs need them to feel.

What plans do you have for the future?

Soon we will be releasing the third music video for one of the songs from the album, and we will carry on promoting it. We intend to play as many shows as we can, and we’re waiting on the chance to play abroad. It’s too early to be thinking about the next record, but maybe this time next year, we’re already considering going back into the studio.