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We tracked the drums at The Steakhouse in North Hollywood, and everything else was done at his home studio, which is called Babyland Studios. You know, to get some cash to go record demos here and there, passing them out for free, doing that whole thing. Share on Twitter Share on Facebook. In our interview, Danielsen talks about the song and the album, as well as reflecting on the band’s career. About weeks ago, we signed with the folks at eOne. So you’ve got the hundreds of thousands of bands that are actually from here and then you’ve also got the hundreds of thousands of bands that just moved here, and so its just like a crazy kind of clusterf going on of just so many bands.
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So there is some slow, soft stuff on the record and there is some up-tempo fast, hard stuff too, but I think ‘Afterlife’ is right there in the middle. We also booked a studio and working schedule to record our next album. Share on Twitter Share on Facebook.
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You know, when we were making the record, we were looking for titles and the way we like to kinda do things when we are searching for a title for an album is msile see what themes keep popping themselves up as you’re creating the record. The idea for that song came to me when I was actually at a Wal-Mart making a purchase and I looked at my receipt — and you know, when you purchase something at Wal-Mart, it actually says who the on-duty manager is We have been through four or five different management companies, four or five different booking agencies, several different lawyers … it’s been a crazy ride and seems like we had all that success on the first record and ever since then we’ve just been struggling to just keep it going.
About weeks ago, we emlty with the folks at eOne. It’s just very hard to get noticed or recognized or achieve any sort of success.
Noisecreep asked Danielsen what Smile Empty Soul fans can expect from the forthcoming album: He understands us as people and our sound. You know, to get some cash to go record demos here and there, passing them out for free, doing that whole thing.
Perhaps best known for their eponymous debut album, and its smash single “Bottom of a Bottle,” Smile Empty Soul are set to return to rock radio with 3’stheir upcoming fifth proper studio album. We sat and started writing the different threes in our lives down and it was overwhelming. We got a demo tape to our producer that liked the potential in what he heard and what sol did and he signed us to his production company.
It was great, it ssoul a real fun ride. So you’ve got the hundreds of thousands of bands that are actually from here and then you’ve also got the hundreds of thousands of bands that just moved here, and so its emppty like a crazy kind of clusterf going on of just so many bands. It just became real apparent that we function better as a three piece — that we just gelled better and there is something about our sound that it just worked like that.
We were just a local band and playing the L. With a brand-new album out called ‘3’s,’ Danielson opened up about Smile Empty Soul’s sudden success with ‘Bottom of a Bottle’ and ‘Nowhere Kids,’ while describing the frustration of attempting to keep their career at that very high point.
I think people will be surprised by some of the new stuff, but if they liked us in the past, they’ll be happy. We tracked the drums at The Steakhouse in North Hollywood, and everything else was done at his home studio, which is called Babyland Studios.
Smile Empty Soul’s Sean Danielsen Discusses New Album ‘3’s’ and Looks Back at Band’s Career
We’ve just had our albuj share of instability when it comes to record labels, management and all of that other stuff. Smile Empty Soul’s new smlle ‘3’s’ is now available on iTunes. But the record has a lot of ups and downs, a lot of peaks and valleys. We came home right before Christmas of and we were just very discouraged with the way the music business was going. You Think You Know Metal?
We grew up out here so technically we were actually a local band, but you’re not just competing with the other local bands, you’re also competing with all the bands from all around the country and the world that thought they could smike it in L.
I guess we just need 3a take a break every now and then. Once we got back to work, things started happening the way we wanted them to.
We landed a really good record deal with Lava records and the song [‘Bottom of a Bottle’] came out and it really did kinda take off on its own you know? Yeah, I definitely think ‘Afterlife’ is a pretty good representation of the rest of it. You know, we added an extra guitar player for only a short period of time.
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This one is heavier and much more riff-oriented than anything we’ve done in the past. So here we are we are still doing our thing and releasing music, so I can’t really complain. In our interview, Danielsen talks about the song and the album, as well as reflecting on the band’s career.
It took off right away and we were kinda flung into being just a local band with big aspirations and dreams to all of a sudden opening up for all these bands that we followed and looked up to and touring with all these great bands and selling a decent amount of records and being all over the radio and then TV and stuff like that.