During the Orion Music + More Festival in Atlantic City earlier this month, Rock It Out! Blog’s Sami Jarroush spoke with The Gaslight Anthem, Baroness, Cage the Elephant, and A Place to Bury Strangers. You can watch all four video interviews below. Also, check out our full coverage and mini-documentary of Orion 2012 here.
Gaslight Anthem singer Brian Fallon discussed the band’s upcoming album, Handwritten, his public defense of Against Me!’s Laura Jane Grace, and his favorite album thus far.
Baroness guitarist Peter Adams discussed the band’s upcoming double album, Yellow and Green, whether Baroness should be defined as a metal band, and his favorite non-music activities.
A Place to Bury Strangers discussed the band’s new album, Worship, being compared to The Jesus and Mary Chain, what it means to be a DIY band, and how they got invited to play Metallica’s festival.
Cage the Elephant singer Matt Shultz discussed the band’s own Starry Night Music Festival, what it’s like for a fan to see the band perform for the first time, and how it feels to get invited to play Orion.