The end of an era, marks the beginning of a new one with Species.
Ever since Crossfaith announced their Species EP back in April, I've been crawling the walls in anticipation. The Japanese five piece have never released anything short of amazing, and I could feel that this brief record would follow suit. Also I was more than a little curious of the band's attempt to broaden their horizons, since lead singer Kenta Koie had confirmed that Species was going in a new direction musically.
For her latest piece, Salvatore chose to bring light to a Russian Punk Rock band from the "dark corners" of Moscow, and they are talking about how they decided to form a band, what they are up during these trying times, their plans for the future, some very unique inspirations behind their music, all unquestionably influenced by anything and everything spooky.
We're always on the look out for two things at Ronon's Reviews: new awesome music, and people to help us find and share said awesomeness.
Enter our newest contributor Salvatore. She has the passion and drive we are looking for in spades. Not long after first contacting us she was sending her first interview over, with more on the way.
In her first piece, she chats with Taylor Vecchiolli from Destined For Failure, see what the two spoke about:
Just because we're in the middle of a pandemic doesn't mean we can't interview new bands, in fact I feel it's one of the best times: we need to keep the spotlight on the little guys.
With that said, I'd like to introduce you to the Milan based Atwood, who just last month dropped their latest single 'Ghost'.
Back in 2018 I found my summer album with Once More With Feeling, in 2020 I've got my quarantine track with 'Shinjuku'.
I was more than a little curious how Prey Drive could top the epic effort that was their debut album Once More With Feeling. But silly me had nothing to worry about since the four lads from Norwich, United Kingdom, have everything under control with their new single 'Shinjuku'.