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Consider me dead are one of the best new bands to come out. They have been working hard touring all year in support of their debut album young at heart. The band has been hard at work on bringing their music out to their fans while keeping a busy schedule that will keep them very active in 2016. On a tour stop in New York the band talked to me about their album, tour and plans for next year.
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Angel Alamo: What were your musical influences growing up?
Consider me dead: 30 second to mars a lot of different stuff
Angel Alamo: How has life on tour been for the band:
Consider me dead: It’s been great, pretty good. Just tired didn’t sleep at all last night.
Angel Alamo: What are your plans for 2016?
Consider me dead: Probably to write and record, write a bunch of new songs. Recording a newrecord and an acoustic E.P.
Angel Alamo: How many songs are done for the new record?
Consider me dead: We have six songs completed. We plan to finish the rest when we get off the road. We plan to announce the release date soon?
Angel Alamo: Will the record be out next year?
Consider me dead: Yes, we will have the new record and acoustic E.P. we will do some videos.
Angel Alamo: If you could tour with anyone who would it be?
Consider me dead: 1975, I would love it, we would not fit on the bill perfectly i would love to meet those guys that would be cool. One direction hopefully. Justin Bieber’s new album is awesome.
Angel Alamo: What is the song up all night about?
Consider me dead: It’s about making love. It’s about that special moment staying up all night. It’s all about for lack of a better term sex.
Angel Alamo: What songs on the record was the easiest to record?
Consider me dead: Young at heart easiest song to write and that came together. It was purely creative everyone had ideas for that type of song.
Angel Alamo: When that song came together did you think that would be a great title for the record (young at heart)?
Consider me dead: We named the record before that song. Then We thought how cool it would be to incorporate the title into the record. The title of the record was going to be self-titled.
Angel Alamo: What does young at heart mean to the band?
Consider me dead: It’s really an anthem you are never too old. Young at heart you are never too old to do things. You can always go for it. Age is nothing but a number.
Angel Alamo: Has the band toured overseas or any plans?
Consider me dead: That would be awesome. We are working on some stuff for next year a couple of overseas date not really sure yet.
Angel Alamo: Anything you want to say to the fans
Consider me dead: We love you guys. We love everyone We hope to see you guys on the back to back tour which we are on now. We have a couple of dates left, get your tickets now on sale on Facebook.
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TRIXTER treated their fans to a sneak peak at their upcoming album Human Era coming out on June 9, 2015. The sneak peek indicates Human Era is a rock album worth buying and listening to. Trixter played a 12 song set.
TRIXTER still has all four of the original members of the band. They still love each other as brothers and still enjoy making music together. It’s a special bond that they have. You can see it in their live performances. They are the band you root for because they still love the fans and know how to put on a great rock show. The band kicked off their set with the new single from Human Era rockin’ to the edge of the night. This was the first time they have ever played the song live. The song works well live with the audience. The band played Play Rough from their debut album. The band was in top form. Steve Brown was all over the stage playing his guitar as if there is no tomorrow which he has always done. Road of a thousand dreams from their 2nd album Hear was a good treat for the fans. One in a million was next as P.J. Farley still sounds as good as ever on bass. Heart of steel and rocking horse was next. The band was having a good time playing and playfully picking on drummer Mark Scott who took it all in stride. The band went into singing happy birthday to Mark Scott (his birthday was on May 1). The band slowed the party for a moment as they went into their hit song from their debut album Surrender. The band played the song live a bit faster. The song really showcases how good Pete’s voice still sounds after all of these years. Machine from their 2012 album New Audio Machine was played next. It looks like the audience was familiar with the audience. Bad girl from their debut album had the crowd going. Mark Scott sounded like thunder on the drums adding more drum fills at the end of the song. Tattoo and Misery and Line of fire were performed next. The band ended the evening with the song that started all and out Trixter on the map Give it to me good.
The show was a great show. The band was having fun and celebrating 25 years ago. They are great live band. I recommend people come out check out their live show. It is worth checking out.