Intronaut’s Sacha Dunable on The MetalSucks Podcast #326
Intronaut guitarist and vocalist Sacha Dunable is our guest this week. We discuss if the band’s long break between albums benefited the music on their new record, Fluid Existential Inversions, the decision to let go of founding drummer Danny Walker following abuse allegations leveled against him, how the band dynamic has changed after that decision was made and how close Sacha himself was to quitting Intronaut in recent years. We also chatted about his excitement for Intronaut’s upcoming North American tour with Cult of Luna, his custom guitar company, Dunable Guitars, how he got credited as a guitar tech on Tool’s latest album, his creation of the world’s first “smokeable” six-string guitar, and which guitar player he’d like to make a custom guitar for.
Petar, Brandon, and Jozalyn discuss Ozzy Osbourne’s cancelation of his No More Tours 2 tour (again), John Dolmayan’s comment that System of A Down never reached their potential, and ex-Fear Factory bassist Christian Olde Wolbers’ political finger-pointing post.
Songs: Intronaut – “Cubensis” and “Pangloss”
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