Zoroaster's Will Fiore Predicts Hospital Rooms and Jail Cells for the Band
Atlanta's Zoroaster are taking this year with a violent unforgiving force. Their newest album 'Voice of Saturn' - which features a guest guitar solo and some vocals from Brent Hinds of Mastodon - has been converting people in droves to their sludgy ways. Now they've been handpicked by Gojira to open for them on a two week stretch of shows beginning September 21. These are dates that Gorija are playing on their off days from their supporting run for Metallica and Lamb of God.
So when the news came to Zoraster of getting to hit the road with Gojira what did singer/guitarist Will Fiore do? Pour more drinks down the gullet of course. "I was at a bar when I heard the news, so of course I had to get a couple more shots," Fiore told Noisecreep, "after which, I kinda blacked out and then forgot about it. Then while checking my messages later, I learned of it again...so, of course - more shots."
The celebratory shots shouldn't be ending anytime soon because once this monumental tour for Zoroaster ends they head off to Europe for the first time. "I'm a bit terrified actually," Fiore says of what he's expecting the band's first trip over the seas to be like, "Being on the road with Nachtmystium again, I'm fairly certain one or more people will wind up arrested or in the hospital."