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Interview: Kris Vlad of Vlad In Tears

 You recently performed at the Spider's Web Festival in the UK, how was that different to touring in the Eastern parts of Europe?
 


  It's pretty the same thing for me...it depends on the people by the way...wherever you'll go you'll find always some good and bad things...the most important thing is still to communicate our feelings to the people and let them know and love (or hate) us...




 You have always shown a deep love for your music and the music world you are a part of. What have been some of the challenges that you have had to face in the beginning of the band?

  heheh...It's a challenge all the time.. about everything...it's about to make the people believe you and to take you seriously when you're talking about deep emotions...sometimes speaking through weird or creepy stories...


 Who writes the music for Vlad In Tears?
 


  I write all the songs...sometimes my bro D. helps me with some lyrics or other things...after I've written a song we started to play and then...



 Being a band of friends and family, you spend a ton of time together with the band. Do you all hang out together when not working on music? If so, what do you like to do?
 


  We spend a lot of time together and in most of cases we even go out together to have fun and come crazy into the wild night...which is awesome...in other cases everyone is going about his business...




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