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April 22, 2019

Interview Roof Down


Hi! Give a brief history of the band, music style, and the members.

After a really good rock jamming session between the original bandmembers drummer (S Westelius) and Guitarist (M Stille), they decided to browse the internet for two more members. They found the bass player T Hermanssen and later on singer J Sjöberg, on bandfinder.se. The quartet is into grunge style and got their act together and made their first album 2013.

Give in more detail, some information about your latest album and how well it sells?

The latest album is due for release March 19th and so we will see how well it sells but probably not too bad since there has been a revival buzz about grunge rock lately.

You have signed with Sliptrick records, tell more about that?

Sliptrick manage heard us on an internet radio channel and contacted the band for an offer they could not refuse.

What inspires yourmusic and lyric writing? What does your lyrics talk about?

Music is developed from state of mind and hard reality of wicked world we all live in right now.

Do you play live often? Do you like abroad gigs?

We play about once a month and would really enjoy abroad gigs.

How often does the band practice and work on new material?

We practice once a week. When we meet, we spend half time on playing a gig set and the other half to explore new song ideas or just riffs. Usually a full structure is set and the lyrics is added on later.

How did the band come up with the name and tell what does it means for you?

The name came up from Kiss Alive I when Paul Stanley screams ‘We’re gonna bring the roof down’, because we all felt that is our ultimate mission with our music- to make people feel good.

What does the band plan on doing in near time?

Near-time plans right now is to release the new album and follow up with gigs.

Any message to Sick and Destroy readers?

For those with the slightest interest in grunge-rock, please come taste the band on Spotify, Tidal or by CD, because we think there are a couple of songs for every grunge-lover’s teste in there.