At the Roskilde Rising stage, they sounded like a hurricane spiralling around frontman Mads Grene, harsh, tough noise sharpened and shaped into something cutting and clean. How did the project get started? You [Mads] started it as a solo project, right? Mads: Solo is a bit of an exaggeration. I was just writing songs for the hell of it, and nobody was ever supposed to listen. Then I started hanging with Emil [Sylvester, Guitar], after he moved to Copenhagen from Aarhus, where we had both lived. I had moved a few years earlier. We were all pretty drunk, and we asked him, or he invited himself, into the band. Mads : Then a year and a half ago, I broke my elbow and my collarbone when I was hanging out with Morten.
Hey guys, we are Boundaries. We are based in the Clemson area. We are currently in search of a bassist. We just finished recording our EP and are looking to start touring in support of it soon. We aren't worried about how skilled you are, just how committed you are. That is all it comes down to, we want someone who is willing to come to practices and play shows with us. Please message me if you are interested.
Connecticut hardcore band Boundaries were already charging headfirst into before last year even came to an end. Can you tell us a little bit about Boundaries for anyone who might not be familiar? Boundaries is a band that started a few years ago, that is largely a mash-up of other CT bands who broke up but had a few members that still wanted to play music. The content and sound has always been dark, heavy, and honest, which is something we work really hard to maintain with every release and live performance. You guys will be releasing your new album, My Body In Bloom next month! What are you most excited for listeners to hear on the album?