What do you get when you combine an old-school, punk-influenced, hardcore, post-punk, punk, and grunge-inflected album cover with an old school, post punk, post grunge band?
A new, unique style of music.
And that’s exactly what the band’s latest album, “Till Death Do Us Part”, is about.
The band’s new album, the fifth of the band, was originally recorded as a seven-track EP, but it has been split into four 12-minute tracks, and now, it has come to be called “Til Death Do We Part”, and the title is based on a scene in the movie The Last Airbender, where an airbender’s father (Nerdist alum Jay Baruchel) is killed.
Till death do us part was recorded at the band in San Francisco.
“We did it on our own, but we recorded it at the house we were in, with a friend of ours,” said Baruchella.
“He lived in a very nice house, and we recorded at his house.
He had a whole bunch of instruments, and he had a few instruments that he brought from Australia.
So, we played the house for the first time.
We played all the instruments.
I recorded vocals and keyboards and everything.
We were trying to record it, and it was so much fun.”
And so, it was time to split the tracks into smaller pieces and try to record the whole thing.
Barucheras wife, Kristin, was there to help, and they did their best.
“It’s kind of an accident that we recorded the whole album at home, so we played it with my husband and we just had a blast.
We recorded it for two days, and then we had to record at the studio, and the whole time I was sitting there playing guitar and singing and singing, and playing keyboards and keyboards, and I just couldn’t stop,” said the singer.
“I could hear the guitars on the record playing, and singing on it, but I could hear nothing.
I just wanted to make it so I could sing it, too.
So I started playing it, because I thought, ‘Maybe I’ll just do that.'”
The recording process was a lot of fun.
It’s a lot more fun to record something like this than it is to record an actual song, because you can do the things that you want to do.
So it was just a really fun time to record.
I’m so happy with it.
“The band is still working on the album’s artwork, which they call “till death”.”
It really is a compilation of all these influences, so it’s not just an album about the band. “
It’s just sort of a mix of punk rock and post-punks, and just the idea of it being a collection of different influences.
It really is a compilation of all these influences, so it’s not just an album about the band.
It feels like an album that’s about all these different influences that came together to make this album.”
I’m so excited about this album, and so happy that I got to do it on my own.
I love the band as much as I love recording, and this is just the best way to make music.
It was the easiest way to record this album.””
Till die” is set to drop May 19 via RCA.
The band is touring the U.S. through May 25 and the dates are listed below.
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The bands new album is available to pre-order through Amazon, iTunes, and other digital retailers.