The first track from Ever Onward Ever Inward, the first full length from Interstitia, “Savage in the Sun” is powerful and layered.

Scala offers, “This was the first one I finished for this record, and it went a long way towards setting the tone for the remainder of the songs. It felt brighter and more sun-bleached than anything I’d ever had a hand in, so the Faulkner line jumped out as a good title. One of my favorites off the album.”

Interstitia is the solo work of Asheville, NC resident Graham Scala. When not collaborating with other on various bands and projects over the years (Harmonic Cross, Highness, Forensics, Bleach Everything, Souvenirs Young America, et al), Scala routinely works on material at home, some of which has manifested to the outside world in the form of Ventoux and now Interstitia.

Having recently issued an EP, Sunreturn, and a single, “A Negative Peace,” Ever Onward Ever Inward is the first proper full-length album from Interstitia. Instrumental, electronic, and truly worldly in nature, the album is a cohesive piece sure to uplift the spirit and inspire productivity.

Snag Ever Onward Ever Inward out July 26 via Pax Axaeternum.


Addison is reviews and online news editor for New Noise. She specializes in metal, queer issues, and dog cuddles.

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