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Take Ten with Trinatyde
One of Brisbane’s heaviest up and coming metal acts, Trinatyde, gives us the inside on their band. Not ones to waste words, these ten questions are direct and to the point. Razor sharp!
What best describes your band?
Trinatyde: That’s a very hard question first up. But, quickest way to put it is that we are an energetic, powerful, groove journey.
Who came up with the name Trinatyde?
Trinatyde: Mico (bass) originally came up with Trinatite, which is the sandy substance of an atom bomb. We then, as a group, decided to go with what it is now: Trinatyde.
Best gig so far?
Trinatyde: The Jubilee Hotel as part of 4ZZZZ Rumble Rock and there was another one at the Hi-Fi Bar.
Worst gig so far?
Trinatyde: Transcontinental Hotel.
What does music mean to a band like Trinatyde?
Trinatyde: It means a lot to us. It’s something to break us away from everyday life.
What are some of your favourite local bands?
Trinatyde: Shotgun Halo, Hack and A Breach of Silence.
Is metal dead or dying?
Trinatyde: It’s on its way back and only getting started. It has never started dying!
How do you go about writing your songs?
Trinatyde: We have two band practices a week, one to write the music and the other to put it all together as a unit.
What inspires you to do what you do?
Trinatyde: We inspire each other to create and excel.
Jackie Chan or Bruce Lee?
Trinatyde: Definitely Bruce Lee, he is the legend, but Tom Byrnes ain’t too bad either!
Make sure you catch Trinatyde as they bring it hard on back to back nights in September. On Saturday the 10th they play the Turn Of The Tide Metal Festival at Queen Street Community Centre (Queen Street, Caloundra) from 1:30 pm along with Mannequin Republic’s own Inhailed and again the next day, Sunday September 11th, as part of the Southern Discomfort micro-tour at The Beetle Bar (350 Upper Roma Street, Brisbane) from 2:00 pm along with Mannequin Republic hardcore acts Road To Ransome and The Last Outlaw.