Interview: Ivan Nahem of Ritual Tension, on a Brief History of Carnival Crash and the Bridge Between Punk and Noise Rock

All bands eventually break up. Sometimes it’s due to a change in priorities, a move city, a new job… Sometimes members start families that they need to support, leaving no time left in the day between work and other obligations for the pursuit of art. Sometimes bands break up because the members get too old to keep up with them. Sometimes a death is what seals the group’s fate. T...

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