2020 release by the Swedish metal band. Citing Metallica and Gojira as their main heavy influences, Orbit Culture is a band who love to experiment with wide range of sounds and textures to create something that is fresh but also familiar. Speaking about their influences, vocalist/guitarist Nikas Karlsson says, "as much as we love metal, we love other music, too. We love a good hard-hitting song as much as the next guy, but we've always found that blending and mixing genres seems more fun for us at least, rather than deciding on a specific genre to write within the metal scene. It really helps us to be creative and motivated. I'm guessing that is something that we'll always do."
2020 release by the Swedish metal band. Citing Metallica and Gojira as their main heavy influences, Orbit Culture is a band who love to experiment with wide range of sounds and textures to create something that is fresh but also familiar. Speaking about their influences, vocalist/guitarist Nikas Karlsson says, "as much as we love metal, we love other music, too. We love a good hard-hitting song as much as the next guy, but we've always found that blending and mixing genres seems more fun for us at least, rather than deciding on a specific genre to write within the metal scene. It really helps us to be creative and motivated. I'm guessing that is something that we'll always do."
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2020 release by the Swedish metal band. Citing Metallica and Gojira as their main heavy influences, Orbit Culture is a band who love to experiment with wide range of sounds and textures to create something that is fresh but also familiar. Speaking about their influences, vocalist/guitarist Nikas Karlsson says, "as much as we love metal, we love other music, too. We love a good hard-hitting song as much as the next guy, but we've always found that blending and mixing genres seems more fun for us at least, rather than deciding on a specific genre to write within the metal scene. It really helps us to be creative and motivated. I'm guessing that is something that we'll always do."