SOUND AND FURY: New Audio Interview Posted Online

E.S. Day of Abort Magazine recently conducted an interview with vocalist Luke Metcalf of Toronto, Canada's SOUND AND FURY. The chat is now available for download as an MP3 audio file at this location.

SOUND AND FURY earlier in the year released two live videos for "Supercharged" and "I've Got Rabies", both of which can be viewed below. The tracks are taken from the group's self-titled debut, which was released on June 24 via Rebel Youth Records/MRI-RED Distribution.

Commented frontman Luke Metcalf: "The videos were shot at various shows on the UK tour. The crowds were awesome, as every show was a rampage from the moment we started the set."

He added, "I wrote the 'Supercharged' music and some of the lyrics for the song one day after I got incredibly high and went and lay down on the side of a hill during an amazing thunder storm in Toronto last summer. For about two hours I watched hundreds and hundreds of lightning bolts ripping across the sky above and around me."

SOUND AND FURY is all about power chords and no-bullshit rock 'n' roll — an all-out sonic assault on the ears of their enthusiastic fans.

Founded by Luke Metcalf with the desire to create stripped-down, straight-up, whiskey-drinking rock 'n' roll, the band includes guitarists Daz and Griffin, ex-AGE OF ELECTRIC bassist John Kerns, and drummer Chris Avalos.

In addition to perfectly capturing its raw rock n' roll power on the album, the group has been gaining fans by the truckload by opening up for Canada's leading pop-punk band SUM 41 in the Great White North and the UK.

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