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One Question Interviews: Brain Tentacles

Bruce Lamont (Brain Tentacles)

SBP: You have a dense and complex sound, heavily featuring jazz influences and an extreme metal basis. Since you are all heavily involved in the more experimental edge of the heavy spectrum, what do you feel like is the next step for the sound of Brain Tentacles?

Lamont: 2017 is the year that we are gonna go for broke. Taking more risks, more chances. We have nothing to lose.

How bout you? 

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Words by Spyros Stasis on July 11, 2017, 6:16 p.m.

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