Aric Improta, batteur des Fever 333 s’est lancé dans un projet expérimental et pour le premier titre, « Zhurmë », il s’est entouré de Munky de KoRn et Ra Diaz de Suicidal Tendencies. Un délire auditif à base de skate, scotch et autres sonorités du quotidien.
“As a film major, I’ve been very interested in the work of foley artists and their creative contributions to enhance the viewers experience. During quarantine, I decided to start this art project with my film collaborator Kevin Garcia, where we recorded a ton of found sounds then tried to compose a song around the noises we captured.”
Quant à l’implication de Munky et Ra, Aric explique :
“[Munky] came out to the studio and improvised for three hours straight. He even brought a cello to experiment with. After everything was tracked, I went through all of the recordings, grabbed my favorite parts and built the middle and end around his work.
Both Munky and Ra have undeniably unique approaches to their instruments and I wanted to make sure I captured that, while still putting together something that felt different than their previous work. At times, I also made sure to change my initial work and compose around supporting their ideas. That way I would have also have to think differently.”