Exodus’ Steve ‘Zetro’ Souza on the impact of social media on the music industry: ‘The mystery is over’

EXODUS's Steve 'Zetro' on the impact of social media on the music industry: 'The Mystique Is One'

In a recent interview with Chicago WXAV 88.3 FM a radio station, displacement singer Steve “Zetro” Souza He was asked how the introduction of social media has affected the music industry. Answered (as written by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). I was at a concert and I saw, like – I don’t know – Angus [Young, AC/DC guitarist] Get off the bus or one of the men Aerosmith And he looked at you and waved at you, you’ll be so happy because it’s such a rare thing. Now they will film themselves and put it on their own Instagram them doing nonsense like that. It has no validity anymore. It is not special. It’s not, like, ‘Wow. How cool was that? I have to check this out. This is so cool and this is an exclusive picture man’ or whatever. Now there’s a camera on everyone Phone… So what memory should you have with anyone? It’s a photo or video. So there you are. And puts it in your hands. So the mystery went… [Fans attending concerts will] Take a picture of themselves with the band behind them, like, ‘Look at where I am. I’m at this party. It’s like, ‘Oh my God.’ Watch the show. Put the phone away. But we don’t get much of that, because when we go play, there’s the moshpit, there are people who go crazy. A good chance [the phone will] I got out of your hand. I’m Mina, this is happening. In this kind of metal, there aren’t 40 people in the front holding the camera because they wouldn’t be able to. It kind of works in our favour.”

displacementhis last album, “Unwanted person”, came out in november via Nuclear Blast Records. It’s a follow up to 2014 “Blood in, blood out”, which was Thrashers’ first release in the San Francisco Bay Area since the departure of Rob Dukes back Susa, who previously faced displacement From 1986 to 1993 and from 2002 to 2004.

“Unwanted person” Recorded in a studio in Lake Illuminator, California and designed by Steve Lagody And displacement. Produced by displacement And it was mixed Andy Snape. For the third time in the group’s history, they have returned to the Swedish artist Olofson Bar To create album art.

In July 2021, displacement drummer Tom Hunting He underwent a successful complete gastrectomy in his battle with squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) of the stomach. He returned to his bandmates on stage on October 7, 2021 at after the shock Festival in Sacramento, California.

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