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LOVEBITES interview for CRY OF THE WOLF MAGAZINE

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LOVEBITES interview for CRY OF THE WOLF MAGAZINE

Answered by miho, bass guitar player
1) Take us through the writing process

I always write riffs first and make a basic demo, then start adding arrangement to complete a song.



2) Does everyone contribute

Our guitarlist mi-ya and myself, along with another songwriter outside of the band usually write music/melody. Each of us brings own music to the table and each band member arrange their own part to complete the music. As for the lyrics, asami and myself write all of our songs. But each band member is a great song-writer, we are going to play other member’s songs as well in the near future.



3) What are the rehearsals like. Do you have set jam times

When we start rehearsing for a tour/show, we first decide how much time we want to/can put into each song and concentrate on bettering the performance one by one. And we play from top to the bottom of our set list for a several times.



4) What makes the perfect song for you

It has to be a metal song t…

Tower Of Babel featuring Joe Stump

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Tower Of Babel Features the mighty JOE STUMP on guitar. This album is chock full of epic soaring leads, powerful vocals and extremely tight musicianship. This is a powerhouse of true metal warriors. Joe is a true musicians musician. Non compromising and incredibly talented and knowledgeable of his instrument. This is a true guitar icon.  Check out the interview with Mr. Stump below.


What are the plans for TOWER OF BABEL?

 Touring in Europe is the only plan right now.


How do you get your mind set for European touring

I'm overseas all the time. My job at the Berklee faculty of music allows me that luxury. Usually I'm touring during my vacation weeks. So I'm getting paid vacation time and touring money. As long as there is coffee and beer I'm cool. I find ways to relax. I'll watch guitar videos and then head to a pub.


Are you concerned with safety overseas now?

Wherever you go now it is a concern. I was there when the Manchester thing went down. Ritchie Blackmore was pl…
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