|New Circa Survive Interview|
2012-09-14 by weirdWOLF | 17 Replies | 2028 Views
In a new interview with Under the Gun Review, Circa Survive guitarist Colin Frangicetto goes
in depth about the band's choice to break free from Atlantic Records and go independent. He
also talks about their current tour and a lot of other great stuff to do with the band.
Lengthy, but excellent read.
You know, you could always summarize it and put it in this article instead of just saying "hey they did an interview go read it somewhere else."
It doesn't even have to be a detailed summary, just a quick run through.
do not want.
Digging: Waxahatchee - American Weekend
That's too much work, ILJAJLM. It would require reading the article.
Good interview, would love to go see their current tour
Some people actually want to read the interview, not my interpretation of it, ILJAJLM.
So much better than their last, old interview
They've really come a long way
Digging: Logos - Cold Mission
Seeing them tomorrow in Boston. Can't fucking wait
Seeing these fuckers tonight along with Touche Amore. Hopefully AG won't be rolling face as hard as last time.
Great interview. Until he mentioned it, I hadn't thought about the fact that the band still has the original lineup. That's so impressive to me.
"So much better than their last, old interview
They've really come a long way"
You must be crazy, their first interview is WAY better than any of their new interviews.
Going to see Converge and Torche on a Thursday and then see Circa and Touche Amore on that Saturday. Pretty stoked.
I never got into this band, even though I love saosin era anthony green I always thought circa survive was BORING
anyone wanna rec me some songs/albums that might change my opinion?
Digging: Weatherbox - American Art
I just saw them last night. Awesome fucking bill with fantastic performances by everyone. I highly recommend checking it out if they go to your area.
I always thought Circa was boring as well, honestly, until BSN came out. That album made me appreciate the prior two somehow.
"Going to see Converge and Torche on a Thursday and then see Circa and Touche Amore on that Saturday. Pretty stoked."
I've got Crystal Castles, Die Antwoord, Circa, Traindodge, Converge, and Deftones. 6 days worth of shows. My ears.
"anyone wanna rec me some songs/albums that might change my opinion?"
Anything off of Blue Sky Noise.