Parkway Drive Had To Change Their Sound For New Album 'Ire'
He tells ToneDeaf: "The whole record, the whole idea of it was change. Early on we felt we had written four albums, which we really loved that were written to a very specific formula and with the same goals in mind: to be faster, heavier, harder the whole time.
"Once it came to making a new record, we felt if we go faster we are going to start creating noise that we don't want to create - we are going to start losing aspects of the band that we love, we'll lose the melody, I'm going to have to sing even lower and there's going to be no humanity left." Read more here.
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