Ihsahn Says The Weeknd is Edgier Than New Extreme Metal Bands

Ihsahn Says The Weeknd is Edgier Than New Excessive Steel Bands

Former Emperor frontman Ihsahn thinks that The Weeknd is edgier than most excessive metallic bands.

In an interview with Steel Hammer, the Norwegian musician says he is been listening to Daybreak FM, The Weeknd’s new album, which is not precisely what you’d anticipate him to be listening to. Ihsahn thinks the album is “so heavy” and said “possibly it is simply me being previous and grumpy, however there’s a lot new metallic popping out the place there isn’t any hazard. I take heed to lots of business R&B like The Weeknd. That is darker and extra edgy and extra experimental than most new excessive metallic bands, to be sincere.”

Ihsahn was in one of the crucial notorious Norwegian black metallic bands, Emperor, which disbanded in 2001, and has reunited quite a few instances through the years. He is since gone solo and has launched seven solo albums in addition to been part of a ton of tasks since.

Not too long ago, the musician has been been working with Trivium’s Matt Heafy on a Japanese-themed black metallic venture. The venture is known as Ibaraki, and Ihsahn has engineered and produced their debut album, in addition to added a guitar solo to a music on the album. The debut album Roshomon is popping out on Might 6 and Ihsahn is only one of some musicians featured on the album.

Gerard Approach can also be featured on the music “Ronin” and Ihsahn says, “I wasn’t conscious that he is into that type of music so I believe it is actually cool” though screaming isn’t his pure manner of singing “he did a very nice job.”

Ihsahn says that musicians all “get to a degree the place we love nice music and we’re not followers of common music. What style it’s is inappropriate.”

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