Wolves In The Throne Room’s Aaron Weaver on “Primordial Arcana,” nature, preserving history, first moving musical experience, and much more!

Wolves In the Throne Room

With seventh full length, Primordial ArcanaWolves In The Throne Room literally have nothing else to prove to anyone. They make their brand of atmospheric black metal for themselves and their own spirits and have gained a massive following since their inception in 2002 due to their extremely nature inspired and spiritually grounded music and the feeling surrounding each release that fans have come to know and love. And, Primordial Arcana is no different yet is its own spirit animal as well as possibly their best release yet. . With that said, head inside for an in depth discussion with drummer Aaron Weaver via The Nine Circles Audio Thing.

On the heels of the album’s release, Buke had the chance to chat with drummer Aaron Weaver about the album and its nuances, nature and specifically a piece of it that relates to his upbringing and how it has informed not only his life but his musical choices, how preserving history is important and why, his experience at the Fire In The Mountains Fest and how amazing the Grand Tetons are, how it’s been working with Kody Keyworth, and how he stays close to the earth and his interests in early ways of building and surviving. They also cover Aaron’s influences and how he either opens up to them or shuts down pending where he is in the creative process for new music, his go to gas station foods, and his song pick off the new album. All this and so much more is covered in this amazing chat so dive in and enjoy.

Wolves in the Throne Room - Primordial Arcana

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Primordial Arcana is available now on Relapse Records. For more information on Wolves In The Throne Room, visit their official website.

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