Adam gontier dating

24-Jun-2017 00:10

We're taking a step forward." He added: "I believe this record is a big evolution for us.

Adam Gontier was a recent guest on Loudwire Nights. When we were making this record, we definitely weren't really conscious about any of that stuff.

He can write incredible guitar riffs and he can write incredible music, and the same goes with Corey.

So the three of us together, we're in a place right now where we're really happy with the music that we're writing.

I think as a young band, it's very important, because as a young band, you're very influential and you definitely need that outside ear to help you move along and help you decide the direction of where you wanna go as a young band.

In our case, just because we've done it so many times and we've made quite a few records between all of us, it's one of those things that we feel pretty confident that when we finish a batch of songs, or we finish a record that between the three of us, if we're happy with it, we're almost positive that our fans, definitely our loyal fans as well as maybe some fans that might not have heard of us before are gonna enjoy it as well.

It's raised the bar tenfold from the band that I used to be in where it was a little bit different, where we'd all get in the studio and things would just be, for lack of a better word, things would be sort of mediocre.

And this time around, we go into the studio trying really hard to be the best we can be, and Mike Mushok is legendary.

But as for the songwriting, it's pretty much done, and we're having a really good time putting the finishing touches on the music we've got so far." Asked how important it is for a rock band in 2017 to work with a producer, Gontier said: "I've been really fortunate to work with some really great producers — Howard Benson and Don Gilmore, and a whole bunch of different guys.

That's why we're all in this business, we love doing it.

The anticipation of getting on the road and all that stuff is the same as it was 10 years ago.

At that point, the only real option was "let's put this band together, let's hit the road, make a record and see how it goes."How is the eagerness that comes with starting a band different when you've already been in another successful band?

Well, actually it's not a whole heck of a lot different really.I'd like to think that I am always progressing and evolving as a singer and I really believe that this Saint Asonia record is my best vocal performance of any record that I've ever put out. Saint Asonia's first headlining tour is coming up.