I hope you'll be putting that album on something that isn't iTunes so those non-apple users amongst us can support... what sort of music do you play again?
Well the plan so far is iTunes, Spotify etc. - It all depends on our label as well, as we got a few offers out currently. We will decide once we have the record in hand and see what options we have. It's a genre that it's a grey area really; Metalrock is probably the best description: To one that listens to rock primarily, it will sound like metal. To one who listens to metal, it will sound like hard rock. So it all depends on who you ask
It's in the same area as the bands Breaking Benjamin, Egypt Central and those kind of bands, if you know them?
With the deathmatch, is there any reason that once you've got this squad to a standard that you are satisfied with, you pluck one out and do some more detailing on it to make it an exceptional single model?
Well it's a principle thing really - I use the same amount of time on all of my models, regardless of it being a basic troop or a general. However, for me to submit something to the deathmatch, I want the model to have some features that stand out - Which basic troops hardly ever do. I might submit one, but at this point I'm not sure really.
Oh and thanks for the praise!
Whilst keeping eyes and skin tones the same, have you considered varying the leather colours and patterns to increase the chaotic look of the squads?
I actually considered both the leather and the hair to be different colors - But then I thought about the origins of the Daemonettes. They're all the spawn of the same god, and could probably be more described as clones if anything else. If they were cultists or Chaos Space Marines, it would be another matter, but I've always seen Daemons as a unified entity. Not by choice, but simply by hardwiring, as they all originate as a fragment of their deity. So I decided for now to keep them all the same - To display that very thought.