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Interview with Taylor and Ben

So how would you say you have grown musically as a band since the release of 'Light Me Up'? We’ve been together over four years now, and touring the world has really helped define the band’s sound.

Can you tell us about the main themes and influences that run throughout 'Going to Hell'? It’s up to the listener to decide those things. It means whatever it means to you and if you take our message away, that’s cool, but it’s really about how the listener relates it to their own life and experiences.

We've read that Hurricane Sandy destroyed your recording studio whilst putting together this record, so what was that whole experience like for you guys, and what else can you tell us about the recording process for 'Going To Hell'? We had a great system going at a great studio and losing most our gear took us back a few months, but we did get some new songs out of it, and everyone was safe. We focus on the positives.

Issue 23 of Stencil Mag  

Features interviews from the following: A Day To Remember, Trivium, Of Mice & Men, We Are The In Crowd, Miss May I, The Pretty Reckless, Iss...

Issue 23 of Stencil Mag  

Features interviews from the following: A Day To Remember, Trivium, Of Mice & Men, We Are The In Crowd, Miss May I, The Pretty Reckless, Iss...