Joining us this week are Kirill Orlov and Marc Najjar guitarist and bassist/vocalist respectively of Huntsmen. The bands unique combination of folk Americana with doom-inspired heavy sections and harmonized vocals are presented through different production and storytelling lenses on the band’s debut American Scrap and 2020’s Mandala of Fear. The re-release of American Scrap by Prosthetic Records will be supplemented with a special performance of the album at Roadburn Festival. We discuss how American Scrap is more relevant than ever musically and lyrically; how the record is being transformed for the upcoming performance; and how they’ve incorporated vocalist Aimee Bueno sonically and personally into the project. The Dying Pines, the bands most recent output will be celebrated with a special hometown preview taking place at The Empty Bottle on April 9th.
Episode Art and HH Logo By: Bryn Gleason
Audio editing, mix and mastering: Esben Willems/Studio Berserk
Music by: Sam Cangelosi
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