Sounds Like the End of the World on Progstravaganza progressive rock & metal compilation

Progstravaganza Questionnaire: Sounds Like the End of the World

Sounds Like The End Of The World is a five piece instrumental band which formed in 2012. In January of 2013 they recorded their debut promo mini album titled, “It All Starts Here” featuring 5 songs. The album was released in March of the same year. The band has performed live shows alongside God is An Astronaut, Long Distance Calling, Sleepmakeswaves, Tides from Nebula, Tune, Disperse, and Lebowski.

In February of 2014 the band’s first full length album, “Stages of Delusion” was recorded at Sounds Great Promotion Studio in Gdynia. Produced by Jan Galbas, mixed and mastered by Jakub Mankowski, known for his work with artists such as Behemoth, Obscure Sphinx, and Jordan Rudess from Dream Theater.

Read the Progstravaganza Questionnaire answered by Michał Baszuro.

How did you come to do what you do?

I grew up with parents both playing guitar. I always watched my mom doing it during parties with friends and It naturaly became my desire to play guitar.

What is your first musical memory?

It’s polish song called “Pieśń o zachodnich bankierach” by Andrzej Rosiewicz. I was less than 5 years old.

Where do you draw your inspiration from?

Emotions and everything that cause them. Music is emotion.

What message does the song on our Progstravaganza compilation carry?

That’s what I love in instrumental playing. There is no message, there is no vocalist that characterize band, there is no straight answer to that question. Everybody is free to feel or imagine everything they want while listening to our piece.

Do you tend to follow any pre-defined patterns when composing a piece?


What is your method of songwriting?

Usually we do it with the whole band. Just jamming over some ideas till we reach this point where everybody feel that “This Is It”!

How do you see your music evolving?

I hope we will develop our sound, ideas and emotions we put in music. Everybody is evolving as a human beeing different way and everybody is experiencing life diffrently. We will see we where it bring us in the future.

What advice would you give to other musicians, trying to make inspired music and get it out in the world?

Do what you love to do and do it honestly – people will see that and
appreciate your work!

What are you looking forward to?

Can’t wait to share my emotions with people on my live shows. See you!


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