Enlarge We talk about their new record, Slow Death, the financial burden of touring musicians and being able to survive touring.

Carnifex Vocalist Scott Ian Lewis on the MetalSucks Podcast #154


The MetalSucks Podcast with Chuck and Godless / JabberjawScott Ian Lewis, lead singer for deathcore mainstays Carnifex, guests this week. In our in-depth exclusive interview we talk about their new record, Slow Death (out next month on Nuclear Blast), what it takes to make it in the music business, leaving a label that wasn’t a good fit for the band, taking a hiatus to try and regroup, and being able to survive the pitfalls of constant touring. Plus, Lewis talks about his songwriting strategies, the financial burden of touring musicians, and much more.

We talk about the new Thy Art Is Murder EP and we try and make sense of why a band would continue with a singer or a member who already left the band. When a member decides that it’s time to move on to different things, why would a band even bother to put out music featuring that member? It’s one thing if a member dies, but if they just want to do something else does it make sense to release new material with them on it? Or is that just longing for times that have already passed and teasing fans about something they can never have?

We also talk about the tragedies last week related to cops killing black civilians and the deaths of five police officers in Dallas. Perhaps this wasn’t the most appropriate time for Godless to introduce his son to Body Count.

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Carnifex – “Six Feet Closer to Hell”
Thy Art Is Murder – “They Will Know Another”

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