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Beneath The Kraken / Press

“Putting their own life experiences into their lyrics adds a personal connection to their fans appealing to a much broader audience. Along with writing about events in their lives they also take on issues they see in society that need to be changed. Their song Proclamation takes on the mob mentality that is sweeping through the younger generations. They promote individuality as a counter to the people who are content just following the person in front of them and never stepping out of the shadows of those who came before them.”

Rob Haderlie - Interview

“With our diverse interests and personalities we (Beneath the Kraken) bring something for everyone to the table. We don't focus on anger, the emotion most associated with metal music, we focus on day to day troubles, the spectrum of emotion, and the human experience. These are things we all go through and we should all share, so come to a show and share an experience with your fellow man.”

"Bus" (Vocalist of Beneath the Kraken) - Facebook
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