BRÜNNDL

It is not important how I found BRÜNNDL but that I found this Italian band. A really cool band that in spirit reminds me of Lustre. Anders Ekdahl ©2016

What is this band really all about?
-This band is music and passion. Brünndl plays hard music, however inside the sound you may find all the feelings human nature might suggests. It is a sort of instinctive suggestion put into songs as a dramatic representation of our culture and sensitivity.

Is there a difference in people’s attitude towards you if you don’t come from a cool place like LA or NY or London?
-For sure bands coming from “cool places” have many more possibilities to be known worldwide or spread their music, but fame is absolutely not Brünndl’s aim. On the contrary, it is probable that when people get to know the place where we come from, it will be some kind of advantage: anyone would be fascinated by our plateau as well as its incredible heritage.

When you release an album that get pretty good reviews how do you follow up on that?
-It is a pleasure to get good reviews, but even if opinions and advices have to be respected, we still go on playing our music without being influenced by these ones (good as bad too).

What is the biggest challenge in the creation of an album, to write the songs or to come up with really good songs?
-Manage to give the right shape to “sounding feelings” remains the hardest challenge.

Do you prefer working digitally or is physical still cooler?
-Absolutely physical!

With a sound that is being described as both this and that by fans how do you view your sound?
-Raw based and old-school influenced, at the same time articulate and passionate, black metal with a personal interpretation.

How important are the lyrics and what message do you want to purvey?
-Lyrics are the real viaticum to the sound exegesis. We have nothing to teach actually, the message is not to forget our origin and heritage, we just want to pass down some old stories or values. Who can get this, will truly understand our music.

What part does art work for album covers play in the world of the band?
-It has a meaningful part, since art work is a message too, the first step to enter the concept.

When you play live do you notice a degree of greater recognition from the fans with each new time you pass through town?
-Sincerely we find that many people get involved during our gigs, so we would say that at least they are always satisfied.

What do you see in the future?
-The horizon has no limits.

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