Singer Peril Erinyes joined The Roman Show to talk about the latest track.
“I read a lot and watch a lot of Egyptian documentaries and a lot of things,” Erinyes said. “I am interested in culture.
Moreover, Erinyes said, “I am into Egyptian culture. I found interesting in their culture they classify things that were artistic, and it was defined as divine and secret feminine.”
The band puts a glam core twist on Lady Gaga, Bryan Adams, and Childish Gambino tracks.
Coined as “ironic pop back from hell”, Phantom High will entice those looking for something very different from the traditional rock aesthetic.
Those who can look past the mask can expect a cathartic release, anthemic melodies, heavy guitars, and abysmal soundscapes, under honest unfiltered lyrics.
Wearing masks, is something seen in bands all too often but Erinyes said they don’t want to be labeled a gimmick band.
Erinyes said the band got the inspiration of wearing masks after watching an anime film.
Phantom High covered favorites such as David Bowie’s Let’s Dance and more.
“Typically, I’ll cover the song then I’ll start removing drum patterns and what I can take away from. That was my favorite Bowie song.”
Hear more from the band as they speak about new music, inspirations, and more.