WITHERFALL’s Jake Dreyer on Curse of Autumn: “Rhythm Section is Like Nothing I’ve Heard in Modern Metal”

Joseph Michael and Jake Dreyer, the co-founders of Heavy Metal band Witherfall were the latest guests on the latest episode of the Metal Pilgrim show. The two spoke about the band’s new studio album Curse of Autumn which is set to be released on March 5th via Century Media.

While speaking about the band’s newcomer – drummer Marco Minnemann the band’s lead guitarist Jake Dreyer said that the rhythm section on Curse of Autumn is like nothing he’s heard in modern metal. Adding that it was an absolute joy working with Minneman. “It’s like a kid in a candy store,” said Dreyer about the drummers studio work.

During the interview Joseph Michael also underlined that he never warms up his voice before the show. “The whole concept of warming up is extremely overrated,” said Michael.

Witherfall announced that they will be going on tour supporting Evergrey in Europe in 2021. Their future studio album Curse of Autumn is currently available for preorders.

Watch full interview below:

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