Halfway through day two at Rock On The Range and despite the rain, I would have to say that this has been one of the greatest festivals I have been to so far. Great music, great friends and an extraordinary lineup. But most of all, having the honor of talking with Chris Motionless and Ricky Horror of Motionless In White, was the icing on this awesome day. Originally, I was to meet with only Chris, but damn I got the two of them and I was pumped. After seeing MIW somewhere around 10 times on stage over the past few years, I felt very fortunate that they took the time to chat with me. Motionless just released their fourth studio album called Graveyard Shift and recently switched labels from Fearless Records to Roadrunner Records. Whether they are selling out stadiums or dimly lit venues, Motionless In White has created a following so dedicated, no matter the sound or song. Their lyrics breathe truth and emotion.
Check out our interview below as we spoke of transitioning to another label, the new album and it’s mixed reviews, and Area 51 (yep, I said Area 51).
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