South Australian metal outfit Headbore are gearing up towards a new album, fresh off the back of a stellar last 12 months that saw them support metal legends Soilwork recently after appearing at last year’s Froth & Fury Festival which also featured Alestorm, Skeletal Remains and King Parrot.
One of the band’s songs Digging My Grave – which has not yet even been properly recorded – turned up not long ago courtesy of an unknown punter who filmed Headbore playing it at the Soilwork show. Such is the quality of the recording and the awesomeness of the track, HEAVY felt compelled to track Headbore down and find out more.
Earlier this week we sat down with bass player Mike and vocalist Fish.
“That wasn’t actually a single release,” Fish laughed of the live video for Digging My Grave. “It’s just a live clip. I think we played it for the first time a few months back. We played it at the Soilwork show and I think someone posted it on YouTube and it seems to have gone down pretty well. Every time we play it live it’s getting a really solid response from the crowd so that’s the direction we are looking at with that song and everything else we are writing at the moment.”
In the full interview, the boys talk more about Digging My Grave, what the song is about, writing new music and the direction it will take, supporting bigger bands and the mindset needed to succeed, future plans and more.