Temple of Void are back with their crushing third full-length record, The World That Was. Vinyl Chapters sat down with guitarist Alex Awn to discuss the new record and all things Temple of Void. The World That Was really ticks all the boxes. The musicianship is top class, as are the vocals. Are you happy with how the album turned out? It’s definitely the best … [Read more...] about Temple of Void Interview: Big riffs, big influences, and a busy year ahead.
Junodream are comprised of Ed Vyvyan (vocals), Dougal Gray (guitar), Tom Rea (guitar), Will Ryder (bass) and Jake Gidley (drums). Isn’t It Lovely (To Be Alone) is the second EP from the band, and there is an underground buzz building with its release. We had the pleasure of chatting with the guys to discuss their beginning, touring plans, vinyl, and the future of the … [Read more...] about Junodream Interview: Live shows, vinyl and better trousers
Civil Villains are set to release new EP Snake Oil on 15th November, so we caught up with the band to talk about recording, touring, and vinyl. How long did it take you guys to record Snake Oil? Tell us a little bit about the recording process. Recording Snake Oil was a busy few days in Bear Bites Horse studios with the hero Wayne Adams, who really pushed us and helped us … [Read more...] about Civil Villains Interview: DIY tours, Snake Oil, and Vinyl
With Valeras making a name for themselves across the country and recently across Europe too, we had the chance to speak to them about the excitement of being an up and coming band, how their roots affect their music, and any aspirations. You have just finished your biggest year touring yet, has it sunk in? The things we’ve had the opportunity to do this year have been … [Read more...] about Valeras Interview: The UK Scene, touring, and being a young band
No Me Coman are a band on the rise. Being an Argentinian-Colombian group mostly based in Switzerland obviously gives them a unique outlook on life, and this can be seen in their recently released and creatively poignant second album, The Tide. We had the chance to chat with the band about the record, the trials and tribulations of touring, and what the future holds. Hi! We … [Read more...] about No Me Coman Interview: Intense recording, tiny venues and barnstorming performances
With the recent release of their second album Under Your Sky, we talked to The Sherlock's frontman Kiaran Crook about inspiration for the record, the writing and recording processes, and band influences. Having listened to the new album, it follows a similar mindset to your 2017 debut record Live for the Moment. What process did you go through when writing Under Your Sky? I … [Read more...] about Interview: Kiaran Crook from The Sherlocks