Crannk Interviews Nakatomi Plaza

Jai That Aussie Metal Guy catches up with Adelaide-based heavy metal trio Nakatomi Plaza to talk about the first two singles Bloodlines and Voices, their influences, how the band got together, playing live, and all things Nakatomi Plaza.

The Performer (Chinese/Scottish bass player and vocalist Jason Sym Choon), The Powerhouse (Jason Eyers-White, best described by one reviewer as a muscular presence on drums) and The Technical Wizard (chief songwriter and riff merchant Jason Higgs on guitar) After playing together in other local bands for years, they made their live debut as Nakatomi Plaza on Boxing Day 2022, and on the strength of that, they were invited to play at the Churches of Steel festival in January 2023.

With influences like Maiden, Metallica, In Flames, Motorhead, and Ghost, the band has a huge, compelling sound with earworms for days. The Nakatomi Plaza live show is unrivaled in terms of energy, stagecraft, and audience engagement and the band is ready to take their sound to the world.

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