“I started screaming by mimicking Phil Anselmo and Chuck Billy” – Unearth’s Trevor Phipps shares his story as a metal vocalist 

Author Arto Mäenpää - 1.5.2023

US metalcore band Unearth are set to release their next album “The Wretched; The Ruinous” on 5 May via Century Media Records. The band’s upcoming album is produced by Will Putney (Body Count, Thy Art Is Murder) and is the band’s eighth album to date. The album will be the group’s first without guitarist Ken Susi, who left the band in 2022. Trevor Phipps said the following about Ken Susi’s departure in a press release:

”It simply came time for Unearth and Ken to take a break from working together. He’ll always be a large part of the story of this band, and we wish him the best on all of his endeavors.”

Chaoszine sat down with Trevor Phipps via Zoom recently and discussed about his long and successful story as a metal vocalist from the very early days until the release of “The Wretched; The Ruinous”. You can check out the video interview entirely below:

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You can check out the singles released from the upcoming “The Wretched; The Ruinous” album below: