Greg Puciato’s name is quite well-known within the metal community, best recognized for his vocal work with mathcore legends The Dillinger Escape Plan. Already a fan of his projects, I was very interested in hearing his latest endeavor, The Black Queen. However, as my knowledge of his previous bands built up a certain expectation, my initial reaction wasn’t too positive. But I was wrong to judge so quickly, for this is not Dillinger, it’s not even Killer Be Killed – The Black Queen is Puciato’s way of branching out and exploring new sounds, and creative versatility is more valuable than staying in your comfort zone.
Recently Metal Wani’s William Richards had a chat with Greg Puciato. Greg discusses upcoming electronic album “Fever Daydream” (Click Here To Read Our Review), songwriting, why this album brings fans of heavy metal and electronic music together, musical direction and sounds he explored on the album. Greg also talks about his vocals, how he framed the melodies and worked on his clean vocals, vibrato and much more. To know more about The Black Queen album, listen to the complete Interview.
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