Episode 117: the movielife w/ Vinnie Caruana

The Movielife formed in 1997 in Long Island, New York. They’ve released quite a few records such as It’s Go Time (1999) This Time Next Year (2000) Forty Hour Train Back to Penn (2003) Cities in Search of a Heart (2017).

I got Vinnie on the Skype and this is what we talked about:

  • The latest I Am The Avalanche album
  • Silent Majority
  • Touring with No Use For A Name
  • Playing in front of 5000 people while on tour with New Found Glory
  • Going from Revelation to Drive-Thru
  • The band breaking up
  • How was I am the avalanche perceived in the beginning
  • Making handwritten lyric sheets
  • And a ton more

Go get the new I am the Avalanche album out now on iSurrender Records which Vinnie says is their best album to date.

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