From Hellgate to Shellac

McDermott, Ted
October 2011
Missoula Independent;10/13/2011, Vol. 22 Issue 41, p30
An interview with musician Steve Albini, member of the band Shellac, is presented. He states that he started a punk band with his friends in high school in Missoula, Montana. When asked if his band demands their listeners to listen to their songs, he cites that he does not consider the listeners when his band is working. He also mentions that his band is always working on a new song.


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