Hypnotic Nausea is a hard rock band from Athens, Greece, that has prog and art-rock leanings, heavily inspired by both Tool and grandiose concept albums from the 70s. In this chat I talk to singer and guitarist George Bletsas about the band’s beginnings, their influences and sound, along with how they decide on what concepts to work on and how they compose the music. We discover the deeper meaning to their albums “Hypnosis” and their newest release “The Death of All Religions” and see what effect the current corona virus situation has had on the band writing new material.
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Hypnotic Nausea on the web – https://www.hypnoticnausea.com
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