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The Agonist Vocalist Vicky Psarakis Discusses New Album "Orphans," Music Videos, Singing In Greek And More

For every action, there's a reaction, as they say. As it turns out, an Agonist reaction is quite a thing. The band had a tough time following the release of their previous album, "Five," but now at the end of the decade, their new album, "Orphans" is stunning fans and being hailed as the best yet. Thanks to the clear boundary pushing and superb musicianship, the Montreal based quintet are kicking so much ass that they have to buy new shoes every week.

At their recent show in Bristol with rising Ukranian stars Jinjer, I had the pleasure of meeting up with the band's vocalist Vicky Psarakis to discuss "Orphans," the plethora of high concept music videos which accompanies it, how women are seen in metal music today and much much more. You can watch it in full below, with a transcription to follow.

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Ollie Hynes has been a writer for Metal Underground.com since 2007 and a metal fan since 2001, going as far as to travel to other countries and continents for metal gigs.

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