The Complete Interview: Hot Chick in Hard Rock Emma Anzai of Sick Puppies

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When we interviewed Emma Anzai, bassist for Sick Puppies, for our Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock issue (See page 51), we discussed several topics, including the supernatural, ghosts and magick.

Unfortunately, due to space constraints, we couldn’t include most of the interview. But that’s what the Internet is for! Read what she has to say below! And make sure to catch Sick Puppies live on the Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock Tour with Lacuna Coil, Eyes Set to Kill, and Cilver.

EmmaAnzaiREVOLVER Do you believe in the supernatural?
EMMA ANZAI I do believe, but that doesn’t mean I’m not scared to death. I believe our soul/entity moves on once we pass, and I also believe in entities that, for whatever reason, don’t move on and haunt. Unfinished business can be a crippling thing.

Do you believe in the Devil? If so, what form does he, or she, take? If not, why not?
I don’t personify the Devil but I do believe that evil exists–just look around at all the horrific things that happen around us on earth.

Have you ever seen a ghost or otherwise encountered one?
Nope, and I don’t plan on it!

Do you believe in Heaven and Hell? If so, what form do you think they take? And which one do you think you’re going to?
I believe that Hell takes the form of coming back to earth over and over again to learn the same lessons until you finally learn. Heaven is moving on to different planes to complete your journey, whatever that may be. I have no idea which is me.

Have you had any experiences with fortune-telling, divination, curses, or other forms of magic?
I’ve had experiences with fortune telling and tea leaf reading. Yes, she foretold some spot on, weird stuff that did eventually come to fruition. Some are good readers, some not so much.

What’s your astrological sign, and do you think it fits you and your life well?
Taurus. Yes, very much so. I’m stubborn, hard-headed and resist change. [Laughs]

 

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