Scale The Summit Interview

2013-02-08 by weirdWOLF | 17 Comments
Scale The Summit guitarist Chris Letchford gives some insight into their upcoming album, 'The Migration,' in a recent interview as well as some possible hints at touring plans. Still no release date, however.

http://www.underthegunreview.net/2013/02/08/utg-interview-chris-letchford-of-scale-the-summit/

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bloc
February 8th 2013
41172 Comments


Despite what is said in the interview, I am expecting more of the same.

BTBAMbear
February 8th 2013
104 Comments


CDC was incredible, but TC just didnt do it for me. Hoping this album turns out good.

Jade
Emeritus
February 8th 2013
10694 Comments


Sweet!

jmh886
February 8th 2013
1724 Comments


i love some of their songs but sometimes it all sounds like the same guitar noodling noodery to me

Trebor.
Staff Reviewer
February 8th 2013
54923 Comments


good eats

MikeC26
February 8th 2013
3354 Comments


love this band. i can't imagine this not being at least really good

J0ckstrapsFTW
February 8th 2013
3685 Comments


Fuck ya band rules

SmokingTheClouds
February 8th 2013
639 Comments


I didn't find the Collective to be guilty of sounding samey. But, I can see it on CDC. Very excited about this album. Hopefully they continue their progression.

NeoSpaz
February 8th 2013
4529 Comments


yay

NeoSpaz
February 8th 2013
4529 Comments


And the sample of the recording sounds pretty cool.

KILL
February 8th 2013
80371 Comments


meh

ILJ
February 8th 2013
6933 Comments


You know you can put parts of the interview in this article. Drives me nuts when people just put a link to another article.

weirdWOLF
February 8th 2013
40 Comments


Is it really that hard to click the link and just read it? If you were intrigued by anything here that was posted you would click it anyway to finish it perhaps. If clicking the link puts you out that much then don't do it. Took you longer to write a comment crying about it.

TheFantasticDangler
February 8th 2013
1676 Comments


They usually have two or three awe inspiring tracks among some average to cool instrumental work. Looking forward to learning some sweet two handed tapping songs like The Levitated.

ILJ
February 9th 2013
6933 Comments


"Is it really that hard to click the link and just read it? If you were intrigued by anything here that was posted you would click it anyway to finish it perhaps. If clicking the link puts you out that much then don't do it. Took you longer to write a comment crying about it."

Is it really that hard to summarize something instead of doing the bare minimum? Don't get so butthurt, fuck.

ILJ
February 9th 2013
6933 Comments


This is hardly even an article. It's like, a sentence and a link to an actual article. I understand that it really isn't a big deal but if all you're really going to do is just link something you can just comment on a review or make a list or something.

weirdWOLF
February 9th 2013
40 Comments


I'm sorry I didn't make it easy for you. I gave three mentions of what is in the interview; info about the new album, possible touring plans, but no release date. Those either pique your interest or make you want to move on. Why spend the time reading SOME details here if you can just make one little click and read the actual info from the source?

I feel bad getting on Jerry.



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