This week on Subculture we had one of the most interesting guests that we have ever spoken to. Jon Binkowski is not only a filmmaker but also creates rides and experiences at theme parks right around the world.
In his chat with Dave Griffiths he not only spoke about his work with theme works but also about his brand new film Scare Zone.
Award winning filmmaker Taneli Mustonen has just released his first English speaking film The Twin. Starring Aussie Teresa PalmerThe Twin is now screening on Shudder and this week our very own David Griffiths sat down with Taneli to talk about the film.
What happens when a group of musicians get together and begin a project that sees them mix metal, jazz and Gregorian chants. The result is French outfit CKRAFT who are about to wow the world with their debut album Epic Discordant Vision on June 3rd.
CKRAFT’s debut album is a Jazz and Metal instrumental fusion, bonded together by the immortal melodies of the Gregorian chants. The record follows a blueprint made of heavy, crushing metal riffs, howling solos by Metal-influenced Jazz musicians, and ancient melodies crossing the centuries from Middle Ages to Metal Ages. The expectation is that “Epic Discordant Vision” will find its audience with Djent, Death/Technical/Progressive Metal fans, and also with modern Jazz aficionados that are touched by the unrestricted freedom and genuine expressivity of this music, and therefore, contribute to break the boundaries between music genres a bit more.
This week Dave Griffiths sat down and spoke to the band. You can hear the interview right here:
Greek stoner rock/doom metal outfit The Same River have been making a name for themselves across Europe over the past few years. Now May 13th sees the release of their brand new album – titled The Weight Of The World.
The eight songs of the album embody the band’s love for heavy, rock-influenced psychedelic music. Lyrically, “Weight of the World” carries the band’s philosophical concerns about the decadence of human society filtered through the fears of an unknown world after this pandemic ends. Heraclitus, Albert Camus, Sigmund Freud, and many mythological aspects of our heritage (with a deeper meaning), such as Sisyphus and Prometheus, blend in a way and fulfills in rhymes what our vision for this world is about; solidarity, peace and understanding.
This week the band sat down with Dave Griffiths to talk about the album. Take a listen here: