1.Tell us about your new song? And what’s the story behind it?
You already know is a song about unity and the death of an egotistical species. It’s about human beings learning to accept each other and all our shapes and sizes. An awareness of our neighbors and responsibility to each other and our planet.
2.What makes your music unique? And how would you describe it?
As metal is widely understood as an aggressive form of music, and wildly expected to even be violent, or sometimes evil, religious, political, or confrontational, Sepsiss presents hard rock and metal music as a community engine. Far too often we see segregation and isolation in heavy music. It’s almost strangely encouraged in metal culture to be alone Wolfe, suffer through, and be angry, confused, or chaotic. With Sepsiss music, we connect deeper with a sense of belonging and a direct pathway to the band for fans that other bands just don’t offer. We have made it a staple to squash the larger-than-life rock personas and role-play personality. We offer our fans a real and conscious way to experience the music and the band. Mainstream and A-list bands refuse to allow their fans into their lives the way we do. They want their fans to believe the band is bigger than they are. With Sepsiss , the fans are bigger than we are. They are the stars. We are the soundtrack to their pain, love, and experience. Our fans take the biggest stage. We put the spotlight on them instead of ourselves.
3.Which is the best moment in your musical career that you’re most proud of?
Living a sober life and teaching people about healing and educating people on the love and power of culture and art.
4.How do you balance your music with other obligations – family, friends or work?
Sepsiss is our work. It is our family and we are friends. We balanced all this by having sharp and realistic attitudes, behaviors, and awareness of each other’s goals and love for one another.
5.If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?
Mind your business, be kind and rewind. It’s the doing that does.
6.What’s next for you? Any upcoming projects?
We would love to play planet earth when even it opens.
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