It has been a busy year for Gibralter's Breed 77. They have just completed a heavy touring session of the UK, promoting new album Cultura, and set off again soon with a date at the Download Festival, Donington. Here the band talk about about their music, touring and more. Those of you who have not yet been wowed over by Breed 77, read on and those who have, enjoy!
1. Many music lovers feel that you are instilling a much needed dose of integrity into the nu metal genre. How hard has it been to remain true to your ethos and your roots when it has proved lucrative for bands of a similar elk to commercialize their sound?
It is fortunate that our culture and heritage determines the influences of our music. It is great that music lovers like and identify with it - we are not trying to sound commercial or necessariliy metal - we are just doing what we do best and it comes out in a very real manner.
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