What would you do for the person who literally saved your life? Especially if that person didn’t know it or physically help in any way? Well, you do your absolute best to talk about the good in them and how they helped you through that rough patch, then dedicate your life to supporting each and everything they do moving forward. To some it may seem like a big ask, but when the person in question is Beartooth frontman Caleb Shomo, there’s no limits to the level of gratitude Wall of Sound: Up Against The Wall host Browny has for the metalcore frontman, so he’s put together this Special Episode of the podcast as a way to return the favour and introduce you to a man and band that could potentially save you too.
Beartooth was conceived during Shomo’s own deep, dark struggles where he battled his own demons for the majority of his teenage years and turned to heavy music as a therapeutic way to release his built up tension, anger and frustration. What started as a project for himself, quickly turned into the wrecking ball force of nature it is now where we’re seeing the band grow rapidly and gain popularity across the world at an increasing rate.
In July, we’ll finally get to see the band playing their very first headline shows across Australia and you better believe we grilled the man and legend about what fans can expect as well as a look into the band’s past and future.
Also, we go way back through the band’s early years with a dedicated episode featuring how they came to be what they are now, where Caleb, Kamron and Oshie first met (and how they consequently joined the band) + a few surprises along the way…
WARNING: There may be moments in this podcast which could trigger mental health issues and bring up old scars or feelings. If you are dealing with depression, anxiety or suicidal thoughts and have nobody to talk too, please visit your GP/Doctor or ring a hotline today. Click Here to find an extensive list of Suicide Crisis Hotlines and find the one for your local area/country. There is always someone around willing to help.