Well, we have just started yet and are still collecting ideas. Three One G celebrates the 25th anniversary of the record label with this montage You played only 3 shows outside Germany that last time. And back then, Jonas was still our bass player. More of the same! Well, right now we simply enjoy playing around with more heavy riffs, with rhythmically more challenging parts and odd dissonant chords. It takes us pretty long to finally finish a song, because we usually tweak on songs for quite a time and sometimes even abandon whole parts after months.
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Of course, this was different ten years ago…haha, we grew old!
Endless experience and wisdom, for example. And on and on and on. Yeah, it was a bit of a journey into the unknown, since touring had also become a bit stressful for us, to be honest. But in general, all requirements are met to make our national scenes more European.
But nowadays, I think it was especially this constant unrest which made us mature as a band. It would be a bit over the top if we claimed to mnknts part of a worldwide scene, but I think we would definitely consider ourselves to be part of an European scene, if you like.
How do you see your neighboring countries in terms of their punks scenes anyway? Writing our second album is definitely of top priority right now. But we definitely try to play as many shows as possible.
But all in all, we are really happy with the EP. That will be an amazing experience! Fortunately, they turned out to be the best people ever. Whenever there is a new design to be done, we all mnmbts lots of discussions, again, similar to when writing a song.
It is more of a very heterogeneous pool of people, who want to make a difference. And in the end, Benny always manages it really nicely to connect our ideas with his own. Mnknts somehow, it went totally fast to get the shows confirmed. News Stories Three One G celebrates the 25th anniversary of the record label!
He regularly came up with crazy ideas like that. I think the sometimes elitist attitudes of many of its scene-members and activists — including ourselves — is as obvious as it leads to certain paradoxies, which are often tried to be hidden: It takes us pretty long to finally finish a song, because we usually tweak on songs for quite a time and sometimes even abandon whole parts after months.
But we are all pretty excited. I think finding the right sound for a record has a huge impact on the final product and is, to some extend, maybe the most important part about recording. And from time to time he wildly detuned our guitars to some strange open tunings and suggestes to play this or that chord — and most of the time it sounded awesome. Robin, who was responsible for the recording, is able to play every single instrument of the world.
So far, we made friends with great people from bands from, for example, France, England and as we have already mentioned, Austria. And of having enough money left to spend, unfortunately. As a consequence, we consider punk as a quite positive and creative way of life, and not a nihilist self-destructive one.
Besides that, working with Robert is really relaxed. So yeah, Robert is very attentive to us. Exclusive Streams Political and fun!
About a year ago, our old singer Seb and bass player Jonas left the band. Assuming that everything will work out how we want it to, it should be released in the middle of Before I let you go, I need to know… what Polish bands do you know? Someone at the show in Hamburg described their sound as mnmngs brawl. Nevertheless, I am more than glad that we finally have a constant lineup, so that we can plan things ahead and work on new songs.
Death to corporate punk!