With Migration, Bossk are only on their second full length since forming in 2005, give or take little, but that hasn’t stopped them from being one of the heaviest bands in post-metal this side of Amenra. There, we said it. And, it’s true. Migration is chock full of mood, atmosphere, and plain old heaviness…the kind you could hammer hot steel with. It’s also an overall better album than their debut, the band has really stepped it up in the songwriting department and the construct of each and every track and how it reacts with its surroundings. Bottom line; this is an album you need in your life. Head inside for an in depth discussion via The Nine Circles Audio Thing.
Our maestro of the mic, Buke, chats with Tom Begley about the new album, its bleak industrial cover art, and building momentum off the static one might encounter from an old vinyl or radio transmission. They also cover Tom’s musical background and what made him pick up the bass, the band’s “wall of sound” stance, life for musicians in the Covid era, British food and beer, social media and whether it really helps anything, Star Wars and The Mandalorian, and several other topics. Tom opens up here and the back forth between him and Buke makes this an excellent chat so dive in and enjoy!
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