Teamrock made an interview with the singer
Last September, Arch Enemy’s Will to Power album was released, which has been a success story since then – Teamrock talked with Alissa White-Gluz, the band’s frontwoman about music and other thoughts.
It’s no secret that Alissa makes a solo album. But what record can we expect and when will the release appear?
“I hope I can finish the songs in time, though I have not enough time to do it. I’ve been working on my album since January last year, but I had to leave it because I had to deal with Arch Enemy’s album, there is no deadline when I finish my album. I wrote it alone, but I also worked with guest musicians. I would also like to get a good producer. “
Of course, Alissa could not escape veganism. In this regard, she said:
“I know my influence is smaller than media, like a Hollywood celebrity or Donald Trump, but recently we went to Russia. There veganism is still a bit widespread, but a fan came over to me after one of the concerts and said: >> I’ve become a vegan two years ago. << It was wonderful to hear that our music affects a lot of people. “
– said the singer.
“From Donald Trump, I’m disgusted, I respect the views of others, but I feel every single occasion when it comes to saying, offensive and disgusting things are left out his mouth. I am particularly concerned about women, the rights of the gay and the environment. Especially his manifestations were in my mind when, for example, I wrote The Race or Blood In The Water. It is sad and fearsome about the situation in the world with Trump coming to power and drastically wrong decisions. “
Alissa has learned a lot about her in recent years, especially since her family was in a natural disaster: almost everything was lost in a flood. The singer said that she grew up really then.
“It’s more important for me to try to think positively. Life is very short.”