AVERSIONS CROWN Discuss in this video the effects of Covid 19 on their lives and also in the new album
Australian metal destroyers AVERSIONS CROWN will release their fourth studio album, “Hell Will Come For Us All” on June 12th via Nuclear Blast. Today, the band discusses the ramifications of living during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
AVERSIONS CROWN drummerJayden Mason comments, “It is a bit hard with no sort of timeline of what’s happening with life and music at the moment. It is very hard to just get up and constantly practice and stay motivated. So, if anyone is going through the harsh non-motivational stage; I feel it. It’s been hitting me pretty hard to stay motivated with playing. There’s nothing to actually work towards right now. I don’t have to prepare for a tour, I don’t have to push myself with the current situation. Everything being closed, your brain plays funny tricks on you. But obviously if you can push through that it makes things 10 times better.”
Recently, the band releases the second single entitled, “Born In The Gutter“. Watch the music video directed by Third Eye Visuals, here: https://bit.ly/BornInTheGutter
Vocalist Tyler Miller comments, “‘Born In The Gutter’ is a heavy take on the great divide between the rich, the poor, and the ones felt uncared for. It ultimately represents the harsh reality that is the crude nature of the world and the people within it.”
Guitarist Mick Jeffrey states, “It’s one of the faster, more aggressive sounding songs on the album and we cannot wait to play it live.“
“Hell Will Come For Us All” was produced by the band while engineering was handled by Matt Shorter at Heliport Studios. The album was mixed and mastered by Will Putney at Graphic Nature Audio with additional mix engineering and vocal production by Steve Seid. Eliran Kantor was enlisted to help paint the story that would be echoed throughout the album.