Interview: Damn Terran On MFTV, Sydney 2012

There has been a lot of chit chat around Melbourne post-punk trio Damn Terran. After building a strong rep in the local scene through their high-voltage, live performance, the band has chosen to capture that energy for their latest single Rebels. By recording their tracks live, the band is able to translate their thrashing, running and jumping through their leads and into their mixing software in a way that no other recording method would allow.

Thornberry Records will be releasing the single independently, a theme that is fairly consistant throughout the band. Choosing to carry their own weight throughout all spheres of the industry, including airplay, with the band currently gaining tones of love through triple j unearthed.

Keep your eyes pealed for a full-length that will hopefully be out later in the year, and a vinyl single that’s up for digital download as well.

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