Thousand Below: A Conversation With Rock and Roll Newcomers

By: Cullen Ronan

With a little over a month and a half left before the biggest tour of their careers, Devin Chance and the rest of the members of Thousand Below are gearing up for an important milestone for the young band.

The No Sun/No Moon tour will have them sharing the stage with metal music royalty, including The Devil Wears Prada, Veil of Maya, and an eagerly awaited surprise third guest. This much-anticipated tour will have the band stopping at venues all across the United States from September 29th to November 5th.

The group, with seemingly endless potential, have garnered a positive online following after their announcement as one of Rise Records’ newest signees in January, as well as the subsequent release of their debut single “Tradition”.

Touring endlessly since the band’s sudden appearance on the scene, fans are eagerly awaiting their debut full-length, the details of which including album name, and release date, the band looks to keep under wraps until a little bit further down the road.

In the meantime, the band’s guitarist Devin Chance took the time to phone in and discuss the nuances of new bands making it an ever changing music scene, the backstory of turning this idea of a band into a reality, as well as shedding genre labels placed upon them with their own brand of rock music.

Check out the full conversation below:

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