A Glimpse into the World of Dying Fetus: An Interview with Trey Williams

With powerful lyrics and killer live shows, Dying Fetus have achieved cult status among Death Metal fans. Despite a busy day, drummer Trey Williams made time to talk to Artist Resource & Review when Dying Fetus played a packed DNA Lounge in San Francisco on Sunday. It was great to hear the band’s experience touring all over the world, their new album “Reign Supreme”, what bands have influenced memebers, and Williams’ take on how new music evolves from past influences.

Sean Beasley (bass, vocals), John Gallagher (guitar, vocals). Photo by Tanja Alvarez.

 

Tanja: Among many other great places, you’ve played the Tuska Open Air Metal Festival in Finland. What was that like?

Trey: Tuska was great, the unique part about it was they’re so far north that you get that really interesting light cycle. So you

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About the author: Tanja Alvarez

Tanja was raised in Berlin, Germany but has been immersed in the Bay Area music scene since her move across the Atlantic in 1994. Contrary to her background in classical music, her biggest passion is hard rock, metal, and anything that’s raw and really loud. Taking equal pleasure in writing and photography, being able to combine these two with music is every bit of a dream job. Tanja has worked with many local bands and has been a contributing writer and photographer for Your Music Magazine, Patch.com, Vallejo Free Press, and currently Blue Jaguar Group.

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