Archetypes Collide’s Kyle Pastor Discusses Upcoming Self-Titled Full Length Debut, Influences & More

Ryan Murray | Co-Owner | Chief Editor | Contributor

Arizona upstarts, Archetypes Collide, is set to release their killer debut self-titled full length “Archetypes Collide” on March 31st via Fearless Records! This incredible band, if aren’t already on your radar needs to be! With lots of different musical influences all being a part of their musical style, we hear soaring vocal melodies, aggressive harsh vocals, edgy rock/metal riffs, insanely good metal breakdowns, synth and pop influences and so much more.

What started out as just a bunch of friends getting together for late night jam sessions at a local church in Phoenix, AZ quickly turned into something so much more. The friends immediately realized that they had something fresh and heavy, and that it was going somewhere quick, eventually having ended up on Oshie Bichar’s radar.

Kyle Pastor and I had a great, in-depth chat about some past influences, the writing process for their upcoming full-length debut self titled album, the difficult meaning behind the new song on the album “Love Again” and more!

Be sure to pre-order “Archetypes Collide”, releasing March 31st via Fearless Records HERE!

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