ALCHEMIST: Audio Interview With ADAM AGIUS Available

ALCHEMIST guitarist/vocalist Adam Agius was recently interviewed by Andrew Haug of Triple J's "Full Metal Racket" (based in Australia). Download the 12-minute interview in MP3 format at this location (5 MB).

ALCHEMIST's sixth studio album, "Tripsis", was released in October via Relapse Records. Recorded by the group over three years and mixed at Backbeach studios in May 2007, "Tripsis" is described by Adam Agius (the band is rounded out by guitarist Roy Torkington, drummer Rodney Holder, and bassist John Bray) as "the most consistently heavy album since 'Spartech' with all the ALCHEMIST trademarks — psychedelic, atmospheric, packed with crushing riffs intertwined guitar melodies and groove. 'Tripsis' is also the fastest album delivered by ALCHEMIST with a few songs taking the 'Surfthrash' sound to new heights."


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