New Interview with Justyn Vynn ex-Snakeskyn Whiskey
It is the second interview with Justyn Vynn, who currently started his solo carrer. I would like to say thanks to him, as it is the first interview where he speaks about his plans for upcoming weeks.
Maciej Bis: What are your plans for upcoming weeks, are you going to start solo career?
Justyn Vynn: Yes! My plans are to continue on my own, I’ve been offered a lot of help to record my E.P. and have already started. I write Music everyday of my life, so it was just a matter of choosing which songs I wanted to release.
MB: Have you already thought about name of the band?
JV: I’ve been thinking a lot about it, I’ve asked the opinions of others who I trust, and I think I’m going to stick with Vynn. It’s simple, and it’s who I am. If I find lime minded members within the next few weeks, then we’d probably come up with a name unless they’d like to use my name.
MB: In which direction will your music go, are you going to stick to heavy tones or play something different?
JV: The direction of my music will still remain the same, except it’ll be a sleaze thrash metal band. 2 forms of music I absolutely adore. However, I do write music outside of these genres, and one new song that will be released (Nostalgia), is actually a Flamenco song I wrote. I’m not being held back from writing everything I want to, so I wanna show everyone i’m not a one trick pony. I’m also gonna try my hand at singing. Ive heard from a few people that they’d like to hear me take up vocals, so I’ll give it a shot!
MB: Are you going to cover some legendary metal songs?
JV: I was thinking about it actually! It if does happen it’ll definitely be a heavier song, something by Metallica or Pantera for sure. I mean, technically this wouldn’t be a cover since I wrote it, BUT I will be re-recording In The Night.
MB: When will we see a first sample of your music?
JV: Definitely within the next few weeks, I’m starting the process now, finishing up songs, and lyrics, plus showing the session musicians what I have in mind in terms of bass, and drums.
MB: What was the most successful moment in last months?
JV: Oh wow! Well, I could definitely say the Tour with Crashdiet and Crucified Barbara, I mean, I made friends with bands that really inspire the hell out of me. But a specific point, I think was when Crashdiet and Crucified Barbara mentioned they were singing along to “I Hate When Pretty Girls Are Married’. They told me they loved that song, and since Crashdiet has inspired my music, for me, I was overjoyed knowing they really enjoyed something I wrote. Another thing was the amount of support I had gotten from around the world. People wanting me to go solo, that’s something I don’t even have words for.
MB: How do you see the future of glam/sleaze metal?
JV: There are a whole host of amazing new sleaze bands that I think can really push the envelope on the success of this genre. I think the more bands that come out and do this, the more people will get to know it, and eventually put it on the map I guess you can say. The genre is going beyond a nostalgic type of music and a younger generation is starting to get attached to the bands of this genre. So I actually see a bright future for this music, but only time will tell!