Merging modern aggression with considerable melodic depth and multi-part arrangements, the prodigies in Next to None represent the next generation of progressive music! Formed in the Lehigh Valley area of Pennsylvania, the young band features Max Portnoy (16, drums), Ryland Holland (16, guitar), Kris Rank (16, bass) and Thomas Cuce (17, vocals/keyboards). The album features guest appearances by Bumblefoot (Guns N’ Roses) & Neal Morse, and was produced by Mike Portnoy.
The album released earlier this week and Metal Wani’s Editor In Chief Owais ‘Vitek’ Nabi had a chat with drummer Max Portnoy & as well as producer Mike Portnoy. They discussed new album “A Light In The Dark”, songwriting, drumming, producer’s vision, Mike’s opinion on the band, The Winery Dogs New album release date and update, Dream Theater era, upcoming tours and much more.
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