Interview with Nine Shrines29th May 2019 0 By Princess Of Darkness
Sure! It was really a lot of fun. We drove to the location in Atlanta and went straight to work. It was in an old warehouse where scenes from some of the Hunger Games movies were filmed. It was the middle of the winter, and freezing cold, but after a few drinks and a little head banging, we were able to keep warm enough to film it in about 8 hours.
How did the filming go?
It was the middle of the winter, and freezing cold, but after a few drinks and a little head banging, we were able to keep warm enough to film it in about 8 hours.
Fantastic! Dan Korneff was a total blast to work with and really put his whole heart into it along with all of us!
Did you guys go into a studio or did you record it yourselves?
Any particular track you’re looking forward to playing live?
We just added Chain Reaction to the set on this tour and I’m really digging the feel of it.
Nine Shrines are set to go on tour with P.O.D in May & June, this takes me back to my days when I was in College and I used to listen to the likes of Linkin Park & Limp Bizkit – I actually have an old album of theirs ‘Satellite’ which by far has to be one of their best albums in my opinion. Such an uplifting album with giant beats and rumbling riffs.
Do you think you have matured with the band?
Right now we’re just focused on touring and promoting the new record. In our spare time we’ve been working on writing more for the next one.
What’s the most embarrassing moment you’ve had on stage and what’s been the best moment?
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