The New Zealand metal group, Like A Storm, will be releasing their newest CD, Catacombs on June 22nd via Red Music. It’s the follow-up to their 2015 release, Awaken the Fire, and it’s the CD fans have been waiting for.
Tony Lewis is probably best known as the voice and bassist for The Outfield. Along with guitarist, John Spinks, the two took the 80’s by storm with their infectious songs including “Your Love,” “All the Love,” and “Say it isn’t So.”
Lyrically I love taking down the story thought-out the album. This was a different way of attacking a record.
We certainly deserve to be in there because of that. I went to the ceremony when the guys in Rush were inducted, and they came up to me and said, “They had no idea why we are getting into the Hall of Fame before YES because we modeled a lot of our music on YES!
Korey can write the most incredible music you’ve ever heard and it’s just awesome for the three of us when we work together. I feel like it’s a bit of a dream team.
I was always outside the music business trying to get in. I was told I wasn’t good enough and rejected. So anything is possible.
Some interesting words from six of the best metal bands in Ireland right now.
3 years gigging and we’ve gone from plain pub gigs to selling out 400 capacity venues. You know it’s has been a quite steep climb.
The thrill of Camden Rocks is there are so many bands on that I actually want to see, so the idea of relaxation before our gig is a no-no to me because I want to be moving about and hearing all these different acts.
We enjoy hearing what our fans think about the band as we are fans of bands and often wish they would do a certain type of record. We don’t look at ourselves any differently because we happen to be in the band.