Jun 5, 2012

Religion Of Tomorrow: unsigned alternative rock/metal quartet from Cumbria, UK (E107)

About: Religion Of Tomorrow

Religion Of Tomorrow: Unsigned alternative rock/metal quartet from Cumbria, UK played in E107 of the ArenaCast

Beautifully positioned on the junction between alternative metal and alternative rock, "Religion of Tomorrow" successfully combines in their sound the features of both genres, creating a recognizable, driving, and dynamic sound.

1. How do you see yourself in 5 years? What is your main goal as a band?
Hopefully in the next 12 months we will be signed, as we are being approched by a lot of promoters and Managment at the moment. In five years i'd hope to have at least played one major festival.

2. Can you name some peculiarities that define the music scene in your town/country?
Cumbria is a very isolated place in terms of the music industry its not on the tour circuit and its hard to get A&R and press near. The crowds are enthusiastic tho but too many happy hardcore teens hitting the pubs.
But luckily there has been a rise in local acts aiming a bit higher so you should hear more from the area soon.

3. What do you think of episode 107? Which of the other featured songs do you like the most?
I`m impressed with the overall quality coming from all the podcasts just showing how hard it is these days to stand out and be noticed, hopefully thats what were about to do.

4. Is there a story behind your song "The End"?
You would have to ask Karl our singer that, but if i remember correctly its about suicide.

5. Please share your nearest plans. What are you currently working on?
Like i mentioned earlier there are a lot of interested companies and we are filtering through the offers to make sure we take the right one, we will be recording again soon and cant wait for people too hear them as we feel we have stepped up another level.

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