Tooth Cemetery - Sound In The Signals Interview

I recently had the opportunity to interview Tooth Cemetery. We discussed songwriting, upcoming new music, shows with Newgrounds Death Rugby, and more. Check it out below. 

First, thanks for the interview.


You released your newest single “Keep Smoking” last year. Can you tell me about writing that song?

That was actually one of the first songs b ever wrote, it was unfinished for a super long time and he came back to it a few years later and finished it for tooth cemetery, Jack added bass, and Eli added drums. 

Do you have a favorite lyrical or musical moment from it? Why?

We all really like the part where the hard guitars kick in, it’s super fun to play the loud ass chorus live it feels dramatic and awesome, and the walking bassline is super fun to play.

What’s your favorite part of writing songs?

I like being able to step back and look at the finished product after we make it and be like “damn, we did that”, and get super proud and excited and show friends and family and stuff. Also being able to bounce ideas off of each other and collaborate to make something that none of us could’ve made on our own feels really good. :)

Which song or songs do you think would be a good introduction to your band for anyone who hasn’t heard of your band before? 

I think tony hawk is the perfect intro to our stuff. It retains the same energy as the old tracks while adding a polish and quality that we’ve never had before, and starts to lean more into the stuff we’re working on now.

Have you been working on more music? Do you have any plans for an EP or album?

We have an album and a split with some really cool bands in the works right now. The demos are coming along really nice and the ideas are flowing, we’re all really excited for the future of this band.

You recently played some shows with Newgrounds Death Rugby. How do you think those shows went and what were a few of your favorite moments from those shows?

Our favorite moments from these shows were honestly just getting to spend time with these wonderful people and call them our friends. We had a really sweet moment at the last show where ngdr all came up to sing western union w us, and that was a super fun moment. The tour wasn’t without hardship, but at the end of the day we were with our friends, and we all had eachothers backs. We <3 ngdr. 

Is there any chance that we’ll see some new physical releases of your music on cassette or vinyl anytime soon?

We’re definitely hoping to put out the new album on some physicals, we just don’t know quite what that entails this early on in the process. Expect some form of tooth cemmy physical copies, tho.

Thanks for taking the time to answer the questions. Do you have anything else that you would like to add?

Ya, nah, but shoutout philth media. 

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