Thrash Hits verdict: It’s probably a bit of a misnomer to lumber Intervals with the unwieldy “supergroup” label. Sure, there are former members of The Haarp Machine and Skyharbour in it. Sure, everyone involved in the project is basically pretty damn brilliant at what they do. But “supergroup” is the ultimate millstone to hang around a band’s neck – it weighs them down before they’ve even gotten going. Let’s not lumber Intervals with it before their debut album drops. We caught up with band founder and overall lynchpin, guitarist Aaron Marshall, to go through our Future Hits interrogation before that dreadful day arrives.
1) Intervals are a Canadian/American progressive metal band. Intervals originally started as a creative outlet for guitarist Aaron Marshall in 2011 after the demise of his previous band; he wrote, recorded and programmed all the instruments for the debut EP "The Space Between".
After the release of "The Space Between", Aaron recruited 3 more members and made Intervals into an instrumental band. The band toured extensively and recorded a follow up EP, "In Time", in 2012. Read more on Last.fm