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    Tell us a bit about the new release bxshy you guys, Sixty Miles Of Bad Road, where did that title come from? Does the album follow a specific theme throughout, and how would you say it differs from your previous album release? I think it fits the mix of songs perfectly and probably the whole process of getting this album out there. I think its important to point out that we have self financed the whole thing which in itself has been hard but means we have kept total control over the release. Is it the same fantastic artist you used for the fold out cover on the previous release? I love ad and Judge Dredd - I have done since I was a nipper really.

    I met a few creators from ad there, who I found were really cool and down to earth people. The experience made me reach out to Patrick — who is one of my favourite modern comic artists working for ad — He came up with some amazing concepts and the unnamed femme fatale who is along for the ride with us on the covers so far or is it the other way around? So we figured, why not do the same? But there are loads of great bands around Scotland right now. Enough to say we are eternally grateful to Patrick for taking on the projects.

    I hate standing still though so the process has already started for the next one. What made you pick up instruments in the first place then? Were you inspired by musicians and bands that went before, or was it something other than a band that inspired you down this route? I took up drums as a guitar playing schoolmate wanted to start up a band. He never did but I kept going anyway. Started at high school with a guy who learnt how to play guitar quickly so I picked up the bass and we started battering out Ramones tunes. Plus bass players are always the coolest folk in bands arent they….?

    I taught myself to play enough guitar to write songs but I am still banned from playing drums…. You guys have a pretty distinctive sound, is there any other bands you could tell the readers about on the local scene that you yourselves love, that may appeal to Buzzbomb fans? We always struggled to find similar bands to you locally, which can only be a good thing! I think the distinctive sound comes from the different grounding and influences we had as kids. We are managing to blend several types of aggressive music into songs and make it work for us. As a result have managed to play with some of the biggest names bands over what you would class as completely different genres and be lucky enough to go down well with fans of each too.

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    So start us off by telling us a wee bit about the history of Buzzbomb then, how long have you guys been going, and how did you meet? I started playing in high school and the name stuck to me since then so much so that no one thought I had a proper surname until Facebook forced me to use it. Stu made a huge difference when he joined giving us the aggression we were lacking and likewise Brett injected his infectious positive energy when he came into the fold. Not forgetting more than a little talent that both brought along with those other qualities.

    He was into all the same shitty movies as us and had the same metal background as me, so there was a real synergy going on for the first time ever in the band. I had joined in 97 when their old guitarist disappeared. Basically I threw my hat into the ring without even hearing them. I was asked to join the band 10 years ago now. Tony, the previous drummer recommended me and they asked me the same day. The name Buzzbomb, I love it, it conjures up suitably crazed eighties mad max-esque imagery when I hear it, tell me about that then, how did you come up with it, and why? Time served in the punk rock trenches. We rehearse in this house located in a graveyard so it was perfect really - There were people running about with guts hanging out getting chased with chainsaws and crew running about with lights and generators in a wheelbarrow!

    Tell us a bit about the new release from you guys, Sixty Miles Of Bad Road, where did that title come from? Does the album follow a specific theme throughout, and how would you say it differs from your previous album release?

    I think it fits the mix of songs perfectly and probably the whole process of getting this album out there. I basjy its important to point out that we have self financed the whole thing which in itself fkr been hard but means we have kept total control over the release. Is it the same fantastic artist you used for the fold out cover on the previous release? Erottic love ad and Judge Dredd - I have done since I was a nipper really. I met a few creators from ad there, who I found were really cool and down to earth people. The experience made me reach out to Patrick — who fnu one of my favourite modern comic artists working for ad — He came up with some amazing concepts and the unnamed femme fatale who is along for the ride with us on the covers so far or is it the other way around?

    So we figured, why not do the same? But there are loads of great bands around Scotland right now. Enough to say we are eternally grateful to Patrick for taking on the projects. I hate standing still though so the process has already started for the next one. What made you pick up instruments in the first place then? Were you inspired by musicians and bands that went before, or was it something other than a band that inspired you down this route? I took up drums as a guitar playing schoolmate wanted to start up a band. He never did but I kept going anyway.

    Started at high school with a guy who learnt how to play guitar quickly so I picked up the bass and we started battering out Ramones tunes. Plus bass players are always the coolest folk in bands arent they….? I taught myself to play enough guitar to write songs but I am still banned from playing drums…. You guys have a pretty distinctive sound, is there any other bands you could tell the readers about on the local scene that you yourselves love, that may appeal to Buzzbomb fans? We always struggled to find similar bands to you locally, which can only be a good thing!


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