Guitarist Scott Holiday of Californian blues rockers RIVAL SONS is featured in a new interview in which he discusses his musical upbringing, recording the band's new album, "Head Down", in Nashville, and some of the equipment used by the group in the studio. Check it out below.
RIVAL SONS will celebrate the release of "Head Down" with an exclusive track-by-track audio commentary on Spotify.
The commentary will be featured on Spotify from September 17 alongside "Head Down", and includes the bandmembers talking about the meanings and inspiration behind all thirteen mind-blowing tracks on the new album.
"Head Down" will be released in Europe on September 17 via Earache Records. The CD, which will be made available in the U.S. in November, was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee with Grammy-nominated producer Dave Cobb (JAMIE JOHNSON, SHOOTER JENNINGS) and Grammy-wining engineer Vance Powell (JACK WHITE, THE WHITE STRIPES, KINGS OF LEON). The artwork was created by Jason Holley (JOSH RITTER, RAY LAMONTAGNE) and can be seen below.
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