FREYA: New Video Interview Available
The Daily Rock recently conducted an interview with FREYA members Ethan Henry (drums) and Mike LaGrow (bass). The spoke about the crowd's reception to FREYA and the differences between the European metal fans and their American counterparts. They also tell a few road stories, including the duct-taping of another bandmember on the recent Hell On Earth tour and how the food was during the trek, which also featured WALLS OF JERICHO, ALL SHALL PERISH, BORN FROM PAIN, FEAR MY THOUGHTS and FROM A SECOND STORY WINDOW.
Watch the interview at this location.
FREYA is the Syracuse, New York-based band featuring former EARTH CRISIS members Karl Buechner (vocals) and Erick Edwards (guitar). The group's new album, "Lift the Curse", came out in January via Victory Records.
Watch FREYA's "Suffer Not One" video (taken from "Lift the Curse"):
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