Interview With Gloria Volt

What was the beginning of your music career? How did it all start?

It all started  with the Rolling Stones, they were placed in my cradle. From then on, I found rock music to be the greatest, and as I  got older,  I was already playing in small bands.  But at that time  still on the drums, later I  changed to the vocals, where I felt very comfortable.   Meanwhile, I have been their singer since the founding of Gloria Volt.

Were there bumps on the road? What challenges did you have to deal with?

We are still  playing in the same formation  since our founding eleven years  ago, which means we have found each other and we all  work together. The biggest challenge is planning, because we all work and part of us also has  a family.

What has been the most fulfilling and satisfying moment so far?

Very cool was when we were allowed to play in front of Motörhead, in front of a sold-out house.  We put on a great show  and sold a lot of merchandise   accordingly. We also met  the guys from Motörhead, they were super nice and very likeable.

How would you describe the music you normally create?

We do hard rock, sometimes there is a  pinch of punk.

What does your creative process look like?

Drink a lot of beer, pull in the sound,  take the guitar,   start playing and see what  comes out of it

If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?

 It’s hard to say, maybe you  could support young bands more.  But since we are already old  anyway,  it doesn’t  matter

If you were asked to give one piece of advice to up-and-coming bands, what would it be?

It is important that you  take each other into consideration and  are also willing to compromise. And you should  make music that you like!

What has been the best performance of your career so far?

I think the best performance of our career is that  we are still  in the original line-up, after eleven years  this is already relatively rare.

If you hadn’t become a musician, what would you do now?

I  really wanted to be a musician or a motocross rider.  In the meantime I am  glad that I did not become a motocross rider  . I would piss😊 my pants in fear.

What’s new about the band at the moment? What are you currently working on and would like to share it with the world?

We have a new EP in the box, with the  rather stupid name “100 Years”, which  will be released at the end of  October.  Now it’s time  to land some  good shows  and  knit your legs.