THE TEX AVERY SYNDROME like Looney Tunes comics a lot – of course, you can read it in their band name -, but they don’t really like highly produced blockbusters like the recent Marvel and DC movies. They love the old Thrash Metal bands and don’t want to sound overly produced. Now you know where this leads to – they are not ashamed to leave a riff, a song or a vocal line imperfect. It’s part of their sound and that’s fine!
We had the pleasure to talk to vocalist Laura and guitar player Nico about how the band started, their debut album “Origin”, feminism and masculinity. Also a lot of personal stuff, including one impressive and true quote:
“It’s ok to feel sad and to feel stuck and it’s absolutely ok to reach out for help.“Laura (THE TEX AVERY SYNDROME)
THE TEX AVERY SYNDROME’s Laura and Nico on the Metal & High Heels Podcast:
Recorded on February 12th, 2020.
Show Notes of our talk with THE TEX AVERY SYNDROME:
- THE TEX AVERY SYNDROME‘s Facebook page
- THE TEX AVERY SYNDROME on Spotify
- To Write Love On Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide.
Podcast Episode 66 – THE TEX AVERY SYNDROME On Spotify:
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