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Interview with Planetary Divide!

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Facebook – Genre(s): Deathcore/Djent – Location: United States/ Hungary

PSAB: Where does the band name “Planetary Divide” come from exactly?

Marcell: For me it basically means that we live on the opposite sides of the planet, divided by oceans and other continents, but still going for the same goals, writing the same music, having the same passion for creating art.

PSAB: You dropped your EP, Origin, back in November. How’s the feedback been, and when can we expect new music?

Marcell: Our fans seems to be really impressed with the EP, our songs ‘’Perfect Failure’’ and ‘’Into Infinity’’ are having the best reactions so far and I am proud of all those older tracks. But I have to confess that the songs from our upcoming record are miles ahead of anything we released on Origin. We will finally drop our first single ‘’Shepherd’’ in the early days of July so keep an eye out for that.

PSAB: Also, while on the topic of your music, how has your cover of “Hot Dog” by Limp Bizkit been received by your fans?

Marcell: The reception was great. Our fans seemed to have that same nostalgic love for the nu-metal era bands like Limp Bizkit and Linkin Park like we do, so they were pleased to hear our heavier version of Hot Dog. We haven’t really received any negative feedback for it.

PSAB: If you had the choice to have a musician featured on one of your tracks. Which musician would that be and why?

Bryson: Personally, I would have to go with Carlo, the vocalist of Breakdown of Sanity. His style is not only aggressive and heavy-hitting; he has an absolutely killer range that allows him to stand out from the vast array of vocalists out there.

Marcell: We already have some incredible musicians as guest artists on our upcoming full-length album such as Ryan Knight from The Black Dahlia Murder and Eric Almeida  from Auras. If I could choose more musician, I’d love to have Chino Moreno from Deftones on our track.

PSAB: What are three bands that play the most influence on your music?

Bryson: For me, it would have to be Reflections, Delusions of Grandeur, and Within the Ruins. I find the lyrical content and vocal style from these bands to be some of the more original and unique ones from our scene, and that’s what I personally like to focus on whenever I am listening to music.

Marcell: I usually take my inspiration from Classical and Jazz music when it comes to writing riffs and solos, but if I had to name three bands,  it would be Born Of Osiris, Whitechapel and Chelsea Grin. Jason Richardson’s guitar-work inspired me a lot to write new material for us.

PSAB: Do you have any shout outs to the readers out there?

Bryson: I want to give a shout out to anyone who has ever taken the time to listen to one of our songs. Just being able to reach someone with the music we produce is everything I could ever want from being involved in a band. This is why one of the songs off of our upcoming full length is based on this concept, and how Marcell and I are willing to sacrifice everything just to be able to share our voice with the world. I would also like to give a special thanks to my homie Christian Emmett for being my studio engineer during the recording of our EP and “Hot Dog” cover, couldn’t have done it without him! To everyone taking the time to read this, thank you! We love you all, and are very excited to share some new music with you soon.

Marcell: I’d like to say we are sorry that this album is taking forever to be released and we are really thankful for your patience and support. I’d also like to thank our producer Szabolcs Sebők (Alxin Records) who is making sure that this album sounds huge.

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