Brandon, Zach, Pablo, and JR of Fellowcraft join the Alchemicast to discuss the recent release of their latest studio album, This Is Where You’ll Find Me, along with how the band has been growing its fanbase internationally, its acceptance within the metal community, and the importance of press coverage – especially from local DMV outlets.
Featured Song “This Is How The World Ends” by Fellowcraft
Hosted by Andy Reed
Produced by Daniel Warren Hill
Edited, Mixed, and Mastered by Daniel Warren Hill
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Thursday, June 10, 2021 @ 7:00 PM EDT
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