Tombstone Crow – March 2015
I caught up with my pals from Tombstone Crow for a photoshoot, a beer and a chat with guitarist Andy Bright about what they’re up to at the moment…
Things have changed for the better man! We split with the drummer and bass player at the end of the tour last year. They had their own shit going on musically and personally and it was time to move on. As 90% of the writing is done by myself and vocalist Debi it was just a matter of taking some time out and finding the right players.
Was it tough to find the right people?
It did take time, but finding people that share your passion and work ethic does take time. There was no need to rush into anything and over a few months the pieces fell into place.
Will they have an impact or influence on the music? Anything extra they’re bringing to the Crows sound?
Sure they will! Tombstone Crow has a pretty defined sound but as we continue writing and jamming with all our ideas flying about its bound to create something new and push us into new soundscapes.
We are gearing up to record a new E.P in the next couple of months at ‘Sesh on Studio’ between gigs and then we are hoping to get a tour sorted later in the year so its the usual busy times for the Crow. We are adding more shows as we speak but here’s few for now;
You guys pretty much became the house band at Trillians last year. How did it feel when the doors finally closed? Is that the end of the metal scene in Newcastle?