Ever wonder how singers in heavy metal bands manage to not shred their vocal cords at every show? Have you ever thought about singing in a hardcore band but worry about spitting up blood after your first rehearsal? On today’s episode of Rock it Out! Blog, Sami looks into the art of hardcore singing and how to actually do it without killing yourself.
We first make our way to Chicago’s Cobra Lounge, where Savannah, GA metal band Black Tusk tell us how they’ve managed to hold on to their voices after all these years of touring. Later, we meet up with Dee Connors, a vocal coach at Chicago Voice Lessons, to talk about the mechanics of singing and what you need to learn before screaming into that microphone.
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Today’s Recommended Links
– Halestorm, Redlight King Announce 2013 North American Tour Dates
– Watch Marilyn Manson’s Cameo Appearance On Eastbound & Down
– Check Out A Perfect Circle – “The Hollow (Live)”