Angell’s voice feels like it was born through a deal with the Devil but the distorted guitar work on “The Value of Zero” , the thunderous drums and Benjamin Anderson keyboards create a fog of sound surrounding the band that bring to mind a darker dystopian version of the Doors.
The six piece band added so much warm and depth to the sound, the songs were given life above and beyond what we’ve heard on the studio tracks
“If I was just playing rock and roll, I would have been bored at about 30. I continue with it because I think that it’s kind of a perfect art form..”
Exclusive Interview with Walking Papers featuring Duff McKagan