It is been a long time since the planet got any new Shadows Fall tunes, but there is a distinctive possibility that might modify, in accordance to frontman Brian Fair. The dialogue above no matter if there will be new Shadows Drop music took area on Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta‘s podcast, The Jasta Exhibit (as transcribed by Blabbermouth).
All through their chat, Fair told Jasta that some get the job done had presently started off functioning on some new product in a rather unfastened perception of the phrase.
“I will last but not least say there are riffs that are turning into skeletons that may well grow to be music. Now, what happens with them, the place they go, we’ll see. But the moment we began jamming [for the recent reunion shows], we were being, like, ‘What’s the place of performing this without having writing new riffs?’ And we experienced to make positive they had been gonna audio like Shadows Drop we didn’t wanna arrive out of nowhere with some thing different, out of left industry. But so considerably, they are coming alongside one another, gentleman, and I’m stoked on what I’m listening to. So hopefully that’ll continue on, that’ll proceed on. But as significantly as dropping a complete record… Who is aware? These times it’s unique in any case. Shit, we can just fall a couple random singles and then see exactly where it goes. But I’m psyched that we’re composing, that we’re undertaking items. And so much what I’ve heard has been amazing… I haven’t actually dedicated, but we are last but not least having our shit collectively and acquiring some riffs jointly.”
Shadows Drop is presently not signed to a file label, stating that they were “free and clear” to do things “kind of on our phrases.” The band had been absent for a prolonged time prior to their very first reunion present back again in December 2021. Due to the fact then, the band’s strike the phase for Blue Ridge Rock Festival and Furnace Fest, between other gigs.
Requested irrespective of whether the band would consider heading on a a lot more extensive run on the street as a prospective opener for a significant act, Fair said the band would take into consideration it, even though the timing would have to get the job done out.
“We’re not averse to that. It can take a great deal of logistics now, with the relaxation of my fellas getting in legendary thrash bands, like Anthrax and Overkill and whatnot. But if we can do it, we would really like to. Appropriate now, festivals have been one thing we can pull off. But I would enjoy to do limited excursions or even a month-extended tour. Or at the very least some lengthy weekends where we hit each and every coastline or do New England and then Midwest and then a West Coast point. But we’ll see. We’re not expressing ‘no’ to nearly anything. We’re gonna hear. So we’ll see, if matters make sense and if we can make it function.
“I’ve been in father mode, just doing work nine to five for a when, so getting again on the pirate ship is fairly enticing at this issue.”