Spiral Skies’ Frida Eurenius on new album “Death Is But A Door,” growing up in Stockholm, and much more!

Spiral Skies recently released their second full length, Death Is But A Door, and it is an exceptional example of just how good psychedelic doom and classic heavy metal can sound when paired the way this band does it. Buke recently chatted with vocalist Frida Eurenius regarding this new album and how it came to be. They also covered how it was to grow up in Stockholm, Sweden, a chance Opeth encounter at a local grocery store, women in metal and trying to be an inspiration for her daughter, how she got into singing, the band’s shared love of power metal, and so much more. We now present that conversation to you in its entirety so grab your drink of choice, a chair, and enjoy.

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Buke


Death Is But A Door is available now via AOP Records. For more information on Spiral Skies, visit their Facebook page.

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