terça-feira, 12 de março de 2019

Tomb with Tired - An Interview

Definitivamente, o Nothing e o Whirr são responsáveis por uma imensa e interessante safra de novas bandas que unem barulho à melancolia, com peso e sempre em andamentos lentos e intensos.

A mais nova a despontar é o Tired. Quarteto de Waco no Texas.

"Tomb", primeiro single dos caras, é exatamente como descrito acima, um exercício melancolicamente estridente.

Obviamente que tem-se a impressão de que já ouvimos isso antes, mas, estamos falando de uma novíssima banda que tem um caminho a ser trilhado, assim esperamos, e que pelo cartão de visitas, agrada instantaneamente.

Aguardemos os próximos passos dos caras do Tired.

***** Interview with Tired *****

Q. When did Tired begin? Tell us about the history...
TIRED began in early 2018 with original member Richard Ruiz( guitar/singer) and Billy Pomykal(guitar) with bass player changes came Kevin Hutchison and Jacob Barr on drums. But with recent change on drums came Beau Robbins.

Q: Who are your influences?
I (Richard) have always been a fan of heavy music. I came from a hardcore back round that i played in multiple bands with that sound. We mix heavy guitar tones with very gazy noisy guitar leads.

Q. Make a list of 5 albums of all time…
white Pony-Deftones
Tired Of Tomorrow-Nothing
Lost In The Sound Of Seperation-Underoath
Changes- For The Fallen Dreams

Q. How do you feel playing live?
PLaying live as a front man is all new to me. Ive been playing drums my whole life in bands. I still get nervous but a few beers in me, Im good to go. haha

Q. How do you describe Tired´s sounds?
Our sound is dark, sad, heavy. Hard hitting drums, thick guitar tones, technical bass lines that cut through, breathy, soft vocals, and love stricken lyrics with no happy ending.

Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs ?
No solid process. We do what is comfortable for us. Our buddy Dustin Sovern( Open Heart) from Temple, Tx is recording us for our next single.

Q. Which new bands do you recommend?
Ovlov, Nothing, Narrow Head

Q: Which band would you love to made a cover version of?
Deftones for sure. Maybe a Sade song.

Q: What are your plans for the future?
Just play as many shows as possible. Reach as many people as we can. Record an E.P on all platforms.

Q: Any parting words?
Just want to thank anyone who has ever supported us and continues to do that. Keep your eyes peeled, we have a lot in store. And thank you Renato Malizia for this interview!