Interim News: Metanarratives

INTERIM_Metanarratives_EP_ArtBrisbane-soon-to-be-Sydney hard-out rock quintet INTERIM are about to drop their 5-track EP entitled Metanarratives. The outfit are moving to Sydney to align with singer Alec Snow’s movements and are releasing the EP Friday June 12, with tour date announcements yet to come. 
The band has been moving from strength to strength, shifting from their high school garage grunge roots into a more layered, blues influenced style of heavy rock. 2014 saw the band recording and organising the release of this EP and coming tour, with the first taste and previous single, She’s the Devil, was released late in the year to resounding results. Shows alongside Caligula’s Horse and Monks of Mellonwah have set the tone for a huge 2015.
Metanarratives are literally “narratives about narratives”. Interim have constructed 5 tracks which lyrically tell stories about the stories we share as a society. Each track a carefully crafted journey, some not necessarily in the verse-chorus-verse structure – sometimes in movements, sometimes in sections – and rarely repeating sections or looking back. The EP is all about building tension to a climax – in both the songs and the overall narrative. 

Interim have shared the stage with artists such as Dead Letter OpenerBreaking OrbitCaligula’s Horse, StrangersAerials and Monks of Mellonwah and have been featured on Channel 7’s Morning Show, playing their previous single, She’s The Devil, featured on this EP. 
The Metanarratives EP will be released via MGM Distribution on Friday June 12. More details can be found at


“…Brisbane lads Interim took to the stage for what was an absolute onslaught of balls out hard rock.”

– Mind the Music Blog 


As everything picked up, Snow’s voice got some grunt in it and [Interim] smashed into a high-energy set that had all the band members thrashing around on stage like they were possessed.” 

 Chris Condoleon, Music Feeds

“Each member of Interim has phenomenal on-stage energy and it doesn’t take long before the crowd are sucked into the spectacle of the driving rhythm and catc


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