Dead Horse Trauma Interview – Maximum Threshold Radio

Los Angeles, Ca has one of the busiest music scenes in the country and bands can get lost in the crowd out here. Here and there you find one of those stand out bands that just take you by surprise. Dead Horse Trauma is one of those bands.

DHT rolled into to town on the West Coast leg of the  “Life Tour” to support their new album “Life”.  As I had never seen them live before, I was looking forward to it and I can say they did not disappoint. Look for this mid-west band coming to a festival or local show near you. I highly recommend these guys as they are not just another dread wearing metal band, they actually have the musical talent to back it up.

DHT vocalist Eric Davidson took a moment to sit down with me for a chat. To hear, and see, the interview and what we talked about, click the video below.

DHT:
Eric Davidson – Vocals
Seth Peters – Guitar
Jayson Kempf – Guitar
Brian Carter – Bass Guitar
Garrett Dewald – Drums

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Thanks for taking a few seconds to read this. I have been with MTRS since its inception. Love doing the live broadcasts and interviewing my hero's and other very interesting people over the decade of this. MTR is my therapy. Have always looked at this site and station as being part of the solution for the artists. We have NEVER pushed our own agenda, it has always been in the name of the bands, the music and the direction in which we have an influence in helping. We are part of the solution. Its simple! We are here to help bands and entertainers succeed. We go way far beyond of what is expected of a station/PR piece.