We have a very special Halloween surprise for you guys. Dig into brand new interview with Jus Oborn of Electric Wizard. Recently they announced to release their new album and we were able to talk with Jus about recording it. It’s fully analog recorded with their latest lineup which at the same time works as a brand new start of the band. It won’t be a typical Electric Wizard album but something a bit different, even from their latest one Time To Die.
For those interested in reading more about Electric Wizard head on to two previous interviews I conducted with Jus Oborn and also check a very special podcast we made some time ago.
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Time To Die was your latest album. You had lots of legal problems which hopefully are now a thing of the past. How are you satisfied with the album itself?
Hopefully... but you know bad luck seems to haunt us. Though I will say when people use a lawyer to attack us, instead of talking, then nobody fuckin wins... except the fucking lawyers.
Yeah we are still really pleased with the album tho. I think it is our darkest LP... it really has this suicidal, nihilistic vibe. I guess it’s a hard listen and was maybe too heavy for some people but it really was where our heads were at. I think all of our albums are a reflection and a document of our current obsessions and state of mind... music is still a release for us and a way to express ourselves.