Hailing from the center of musical activity in Nova Scotia, Halifax-based Last Call Chernobyl is a group of young men who have come together from various backgrounds to pursue a shared passion of metal music.
Last Call Chernobyl recently released their debut D5R album, Drowning Beneath the Sound Of Change. I also recently asked LCC’s bassist Jason Szeto about his Jim Dunlop MXR D.I.+. Read on to find out about this great piece of equipment and how it affects LCC’s signature sound.
I’m a sucker for metal bands that can add great melodic overlays to their music. Last Call Chernobyl do just that with all 7 tracks on their D5R debut album, Drowning Beneath the Sound of Change. I recently got the chance to email some questions off to LCC’s bassist Jason Szeto, and ask about the album, the “Burden Of Dreams” music video and to find out what the future holds for these boys. Here’s what he said.
As of late I’ve been rocking out to some awesome bands from Diminished Fifth Records. Artists that I enjoy include: Orchids Curse, The.Daisy.Anthesis and UIGG. Last Call Chernobyl recently inked a deal with D5R and now have released their first record Drowning Beneath The Sound Of Change. Aware of D5R’s eye for talent, I made a point of checking out this group’s MySpace and found that D5R had had done it again; signed another great band. I was ecstatic.