The Dallas-Fort Worth street metal stalwarts present the punk & metal albums that have inspired their sound.
“We always want to challenge ourselves to fully surrender to the slow grinding of the negative emotions that our music embodies.”
“Life is much more mundane without social gatherings and playing live music, but it’s only temporary. so we’ll get through this and be on the other side sooner than later.”
“It’s pretty crazy seeing everything without people and cars. It feels very post-apocalyptic.”
“All we can do is keep our heads above water until the storm clears and hope that the music industry recovers.”
“It’s hard to be surprised by anything these days, but it does sort of feel like we’re living in a movie right now.”
“Just hope we don’t see the day the world turns into a Cannibal Corpse song.”
“Our new album is literally a death metal commentary of our current state of affairs.”
“Fear” breaks down the walls of the southern rock genre and takes it to a whole new level.
“I am deathly afraid of parasites and always imagined some fucked up virus wreaking havoc on our existence.”
“Nobody has ever seen anything like this, so it’s natural for people to panic.”
“I think that’s the single most frustrating/infuriating/disheartening thing I’ve ever had to deal with.”