“I was in a dark place with depression and anxiety, and I needed to remind myself of the power that I held within myself to get better. Writing this song really helped me to channel my inner survivor and fighter, and to encourage myself to push through and make it to a better day.”-Neia Jane
“Tiernan’s characteristic vocals transmit raw emotion of heartbreak that is neither anger or resentment. While it may be hard to see an ex-lover with another, he expresses acceptance”.
Starks has the ability of creating images that paint the idyllic picture of that special someone. Metaphors of springtime (“You make me feel like it is spring”) and sunshine (“You’ve got the sun in your heart and it keeps bleeding out on mine”) abound, serving as a way of transmitting the comfort and admiration that they convey without saying a word.
Guerilla State is not afraid of expressing their dissent of global issues with explosive, headbang-worthy tracks. “Handle With Care” is a perfect entry point for new fans: if you enjoyed it, we recommend you to check out their debut EP if you are hungry for more !
“FIRE!”‘s history began thirty years ago with a guitar riff that was usually played by Ein Torvik in soundchecks. Realizing the potential of that riff, the band took it as a base and began working on what we can now hear today.
“My ears are stuck in the ’70s, so I believe my music can’t help but have those qualities.” Matt Larabie