CONVERGE‘s Jacob Bannon recently did an interview with Lochlan Watt for themusic.com.au.
“To be honest, I genuinely don’t pay attention to it,” responds the 36 year-old musical entrepreneur to a question regarding the band’s continuously positive critical adoration. He’s had years to get used to it – while their previous output was by no means unworthy, Converge truly turned the world of heavy music on its head with the 2001 release of Jane Doe – an album often seen as a clearly defined rebirth in the band’s stunning discography, of which the iconography and influence is immediately recognisable throughout heavy music all across the globe. More specifically however, he speaks in relation to their eighth and most heavily publicised full-length to date, All We Love We Leave Behind.
Go here to read the full interview.