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Leprous Guitarist Looks Back At Band's Evolution

01/22/2016
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(Prog) Leprous guitarist Tor Oddmund Suhrke says the band's reluctance to throw away material cultivated their progressive sound. The Norwegian outfit are the latest artist to appear on FreqsTV's Into The Machine series, with Suhrke and drummer Baard Kolstad in the spotlight on the latest episode.

Suhrke says: "We learned to play music at the same time as we were evolving as a band and it took many years before it was something you would listen to.

"On the latest two or three albums we've become a lot more aware of trying to find the best way to compose music. When you start out, you're making guitar riffs and you'll never throw them away. To begin with, when you made something, you had to keep it and try to make something out of it." Read more here.

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