Gene Stout of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer spoke with Blood Brothers singer Johnny Whitney on how the Seattle group is prepping for their major label debut ‘Burn Piano Island, Burn’ on March 18th. The punk-metal group isn’t afraid of getting caught up in trends like emo or nu-metal. “We’re pretty intensely individual about what we do. We generally just try to do our own thing,” Whitney said. And don’t look for an album like their prior two. “There was a lot of experimentation on this record,” he said. Read more.
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