David from Zul interviews Jaime Reynolds from 1967 and Prozack Staple

David recently got the opportunity to talk to Jaime Reynolds (1967, Prozack Staple) regarding music business, new music from 1967, working with Terry Date (producer for Pantera, Soundgarden, Slipknot, Deftones, Metal Church, Slayer, and many other Washington State bands), being a father, the creative process, and how he goes about producing new music.

Zul’s new album, Memories Adrift, arrives on October 31st, 2017 on all major platforms. You can pre-order the digital files on itunes, Amazon, and Bandcamp. For a review copy, email David at stu@zulonline.com.

 

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