Top of the Line Guitarist Reflects on Album and Friendship
Over the past 16 years Corbin has seen Rittz evolve and is one proud friend. Working with Rittz allows him to do something different yet do what he wants. Comparing the difference between metal and hip-hop he states, “You’re in a different atmosphere – you have to take everything you know and put it in a different place.” But, over all it’s really like hanging out as friends. Speaking of the axe he uses on Top of the Line, he has a bit of a “Frankenstien” Fender. It’s his comfort axe and has used it on everything he’s done for Rittz.
The interview ends with a little insight to the Atlanta metal scene. The overall outlook is not good. It’s pretty much a sure lost. Metal fans are not ones to want to come out to shows apparently.
Read the exclusive interview with Top of the Line guitarist Corbin King on the Strange Music Blog.