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Start the Party is certainly nothing original, but it has the ability to produce a happy ambiance, the kind that gets everyone up to mindlessly sing along, dance around and P.A.R.T.Y.
“I can’t wait for people to hear [the new album] and be a millionaire this time next year. I’ll probably own Australia by this time next year. I think we’ve found a concrete sound on this album."
Wielding raucous rock & roll anthems and a reputation for explosive live shows, UK post-hardcore dudes The Blackout are preparing to bring the party vibes to Soundwave this year with their aptly titled new album, Start The Party. Before they touch down in Australia this February, Killyourstereo.com had a quick chat to bassist Rhys Lewis about touring, befriending the Dirty Sanchez guys and climbing festival tents while drunk.
No risks, just a solid record.
The Blackout are from Wales in the United Kingdom, we last spoke we them back in 2009, this time we get to catch up with guitarist Matthew, about giant inflatable fingers, Limp Bizkit and a new album titled Dog Porn!
Welsh band The Blackout have just released their Epitaph debut 'The Best In Town' and vocalist Sean Smith was kind enough to answer a few questions for me.