Caleb Shomo has shared that he recorded an entire Attack Attack! album that's never seen the light of day.
In this month's issue of Rock Sound, we go in-depth with former-Attack Attack!, and current Beartooth frontman Caleb Shomo, in his biggest career-spanning interview ever.
Across eight pages, Caleb leaves no page unturned, and goes in deep on the history of both bands - including the fact that there's a whole Attack Attack! album out there which never got released.
Speaking about co-writing, and working with others on recordings, Caleb shared, "On the subject of co-writing, I had always been weird about it. I have only ever co-written with a small group of people and when it comes to Beartooth that’s even less. I wrote with John Feldmann on the first record. We’ve been friends for a long time. We actually recorded a whole Attack Attack! album together that never got released."
He continued, "The day that I turned in the master for ‘This Means War’ I flew out to LA for another month and just recorded a whole other record. Basically him and me stayed friends through that whole thing, which was a bit messy, and he was one of the first people who actually hit me up when I left the band. We wrote ‘In Between’ together, which obviously did very well. I work well with him because he knows who I am as a person and what Beartooth means so wasn’t going to mess with it. He wouldn’t compromise anything, he would just help me."
It's out there. It'll likely never see the light of day, but it's OUT THERE.
This is just a taste - check out the full, career-spanning interview with Caleb Shomo inside this month's issue of Rock Sound. Pick up your copy below: