Vor wenigen Tagen haben Capture The Crown ihre Auflösung bekannt gegeben, nun folgt die Ankündigung eines neuen Projektes: Capture!
Eine erste Single gibt es mit “Lost Control” auch schon, von einem Debütalbum ist ebenfalls bereits die Rede.
Sänger Jeffrey Wellfare:
“We’re moving on and opening another chapter of the book. I just feel like it’s necessary moving forward. It’s a good thing for me and for the team.
We did an RIP CTC [post] because we’re not going to be referred to as Capture The Crown anymore—we’re just going to be Capture. It allows us to play some back catalog stuff, but it also allows us to progress into a new realm that we’ve been wanting to do for awhile.
It’s weird because I feel like I’ve been stuck in Capture The Crown for a few years and doing stuff that I don’t really enjoy doing because obviously at the beginning the band, my music choices and tastes were very different from what I’m into now. That was seven years ago—even longer than that. People change, opinions change and music tastes change, and I’m just moving forward with what I feel comfortable with and what everyone else in my team and the band feels comfortable with. We’re just going to capitalize on that and if people like it, they like it, and if not, it’s all good. Just going to do it and enjoy it.
It’s going to compliment what direction we want to go in and open a lot of new doors for us. But it’s a weird place to be in because for a long time, we’ve been in the metalcore or the metal scene of things, and I kind of want to get out of it. I feel like there’s a lot of negativity around it, and I’m too old for that stuff now. Not that I don’t want to be a part of it, but I don’t really want to associate myself with negativity that comes with the genre that we’re playing right now. It’s just moving forward and being happy and getting excited about music again, and I’m very, very excited about this album and moving forward.
I don’t want to be known as a band or a musician anymore. I want to be known as an artist, and I want the team to be known as artists because music is a very, very important form of artwork We obviously want people to enjoy it, but also grow with our music, grow with us and move forward with us because it’s time for a change.”