: Just getting the basement ready with what @soundthegallen owns. More to follow. #soundtheruin http://t.co/m2TgPWaToL
“...A lot of the guitar work sounds like an exercise in controlled distortion... You just don’t know what’s coming next; what instrument, what sound, and in what form it will take. For me, the glue that holds the work together are the vocals. They are strong and passionate, at times riding on top of the instruments and at others intermingling with them. Don’t expect to get the standard verse/chorus/verse/chorus method with Sound the Ruin, it’s just not their style. As a matter a fact, you’ll probably have a hard time finding a lot of recognizable patterns at all, and I get the feeling that’s exactly how they like it... Sound of Ruin stretched me musically quite a bit... Although the music is coming at you from all angles, there are still moments it all comes together and makes sense... The band has put it all out there, they have given us everything they have, with all the passion they can muster, and maybe that’s what I like most about this band.”
Ask Sound the Ruin anything...
Q: reverbnation.com/andwecalledhimtorpedo playing with you bros the 28th of july
A: It was awesome to hang!
Asked by anonymous. Answered on Wed Aug 07 2013All Questions